There is a criterion discovered its first 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray releases with six movies that include Citizen of Kane,, Menace II Society,, Piano,, Mulholland Dr.,, Red shoes,, i A night of a hard day. The new releases will give film lovers the opportunity to watch some of these films in the greatest detail so far, even during their theaters.
The criterion notes that it was a masterpiece by Orson Welles in 1941 Citizen of Kane it was his first laser release 37 years ago. “She is now rejoining the library after a long absence, making her first appearance in 4K Ultra HD,” Criterion wrote on his blog. Other editions represent an eclectic series of periods ranging from the 1940s to the year Red shoes, 1960s (Heavy day night) to the ’90s and concludes with Menace II Society,, Mulholland Drive i Piano))
Each title will come in a combined package that includes both 4K UHD and 1080p Blu-ray versions, along with Criterion’s popular special features about each film. Some movies will be available in both Dolby Vision HDR and Dolby Atmos, although Criterion has not yet said which one.
Criterion’s new 4K UHD releases are likely to be the best way to watch classic movies at home. However, if you don’t need super pristine quality, get started Criteria streaming service 2019 and now offers more than “1,000 important classic and contemporary films”, according to the site.
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