Criterion’s New York review is a “Best of The Year,” a new title given the company’s recent successes.
The New York Times praises Criterion for its work with “the film industry, the press and the public.”
The Criterion Collection also noted the “bizarre and surprising” fact that the film was the “first Criterion movie to be distributed internationally.”
The new title for Criterion is “Criterion: The New York Reviews.”
It was created after Criterion acquired a number of other properties, including a film library and a website, but the New York reviews are an entirely separate entity.
In fact, the review’s title refers to Criterion as “a collection of titles for the public,” which it describes as “not just titles, but a collection of works for the benefit of the public and the cinemagoing public.”
The review is now in its “first year” and has only been available for a limited time on Amazon Prime members.
Criterion’s online catalog also contains titles like “The Art of Cinema,” “The Great Beauty,” “How to Catch a Cat,” “Beaujolais” and “A Star Is Born.”
In terms of overall success, the New Yorkers review has “been received positively by critics and film lovers,” according to the company.
The review also has “great reviews from some of the world’s most prestigious film critics.”
Criteria also said that “critic reviews are now available in more than 70 countries around the world.”