It couldn’t be a better time for United Artists to celebrate its 90th anniversary: Right now, writers are protesting the exact kind of corporate profit hoarding that led Charlie Chaplin, Mary Pickford, Douglas Fairbanks, and D.W. Griffith to form the indie film company almost a century ago. This ginormous collection collects 90 of the studio’s best films, from boxing flicks (Rocky and Raging Bull) to spy films (The Manchurian Candidate and The Pink Panther), plus little New York movies like Midnight Cowboy and Annie Hall. It’s almost enough to make you forget Lions for Lambs.
United Artists Super Deluxe Gift Set
On sale Dec. 11