The TLA Film, Video and DVD Guide 2004 is the absolutely indispensable guide to worthwhile cinema. It includes over 10, 000 entries on the best of film and video that a real film lover might actually want to see. Unlike some of the other mass market guides that tend to be clogged with unenlightening entries on even more unenlightening films, TLA focuses on independent, foreign as well as the best of Hollywood to bring the cineaste an opinionated guide that is both fun to read and easy to use. The guide includes: * Reviews of more than 10, 000 entries * Four detailed indexes--by star, director, country of origin, and theme. * More than 300 photos throughout * A listing of all the major film awards of the past quarter century, as well as TLA Bests and recommended films *A comprehensive selection of cinema from over 50 countries. From one of the finest names in video retailing and a growing rental chain comes the latest edition of one of the most respected film, video, and DVD guides. The TLA Film, Video and DVD Guide is perfect for anyone with an eclectic taste in cinema.(1952, 109 min, US, John Ford) James Cagney, Dan Dailey, Corinne Calvet, William Demarest, Robert Wagner. ... Adela Rogers St. Johna#39;s story about an alcoholicdirector whose career goesdown asthe girl he made a star eclipses him. ... Tsaia#39;sminimal use of dialogue and music and his extensive use of the Price Glory? ...
|Title||:||TLA Video & DVD Guide 2004|
|Publisher||:||St. Martin's Griffin - 2014-04-08|