It’s taken long enough, but one of the great American movies — hell, one of the great films from anywhere, anytime — has finally made it to home video in the US. Leo McCarey’s sublime “Make Way for Tomorrow” has been issued by Criterion in a transfer that strikes me as much superior to the recent French edition (and of, course, there are no hard subtitles) and the movie continues to play magnificently. My appreciation for McCarey’s work, with its subtleties of construction and minutely detailed performances (such as the moment, in the scene above, when Bondi self-consciously tugs up her lace collar when Moore tells her how young she still looks), grows every time I see this magnificent film — which I plan to do every day from now on (I wish).
I guess the "I wish" is acknowledging that he will not actually be able to watch it every day, maybe he just doesn't have time? He's not retired, he works for the Museum of Modern Art now.
Also, in his Chicago reader review of Sansho the Bailiff he says See it—as often as you can.