Thinking about Burt Lancaster a little bit today because the fine folks at the UK physical media retailers Indicator have announced a gorgeous limited edition blu-ray of his 1968 movie The Swimmer -- seriously they do the most beautiful editions, look at that beauty below! If I'm being honest I've always found both Burt and that movie a little overrated, but that's obviously from my perspective deep inside a bubble of Movie Nerd-dom -- the general audiences of the world at this point barely know who Lancaster was, much less a 1968 John Cheever adaptation about a man wandering through his suburban neighbors backyards. That's not a crazy thing to say right? Do you think Burt Lancaster is well remembered by people under oh let's say 50? That said I do always give him credit for his more daring work with Visconti -- the man did know how to pick interesting projects. So my stance is that he should be remembered better than he is by general audiences but also that he's always left me a little bit cold, personally. Where do you stand on big ol' Burt?