Brian W. Fairbanks, Entertainment Editor at Paris Woman Journal in Paris, France, qhas a talent for extracting the essence of a given subject and articulating it in a meaningful way.qIn I SAW THAT MOVIE, TOO, he extracts the essence from several hundred films, and articulates some of the most meaningful opinions on the cinema you'll ever read. In the foreword, he also offers a perceptive analysis of the way that movies, more importantly, the way we qseeq movies, has changed from the time he was a young movie buff qobsessed by that light in the darknessq to the era of the multiplex and the DVD.As one reader says, he has qa sophisticated yet effortlessly readable style.q Smart, insightful, always honest, but never pretentious, Fairbanks is a life-long film buff who backs up his opinions with a knowledge of both the art and artifice of cinema.You see, hea#39;s on his way to Australia, what he calls aquot;the new frontier, aquot; but the town is looking for a sheriff. The town is ... No one expects the sheriff in this rowdy town to survive long enough to be a permanent employee, anyway. McCullough isanbsp;...
|Title||:||I Saw That Movie, Too: Selected Film Reviews|
|Author||:||Brian W. Fairbanks|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2005-11|