There's no doubt that United Artists has a huge catalogue, and it would take a really long time to comb through and release most of it, but i'm still confused as to why these 2 films by such distinguished filmmakers have been forgotten.
Hal Ashby's THE LANDLORD (1970) is a movie very much of it's time, but still manages to say a lot about humanity regardless. It's often left out when Ashby's more popular films are shown, but I count it as one of his best. Better than BEING THERE, even.
Sidney Lumet's THE GROUP (1966) boasts an all-star cast of great actresses who all deliver powerful and truthful performances--Shirley Knight in particular is a stand out.
Again, another film that may be dated with time, but I--a dude even--still found myself relating to it's characters many ups and downs. Forget SEX AND THE CITY. Watch a real chick flick with a lot of soul.
And dig the NYC locations for both of these films. Viva la UA!
**UPDATE** as of 10/7/10 both these titles have been released on DVD from MGM. Yay!