book review

It’s not very often that a book about film can serve as both a coffee table book and a critical examination of a movie’s themes, structure, and cultural legacy, but Jason Bailey’s ‘Pulp Fiction: The Complete Story of Quentin Tarantino‚Äôs Masterpiece’ does just that.

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“You could say that Monty Python did for comedy what The Beatles did for music,” Handlen writes in If You Like Monty Python…. He then follows up with: “Anyone listening would almost certainly and rightly, think you were a bit of a prat, but you could say it.”

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Ian Nathan has captured ‘Alien”s vibe and created a virtual treasure trove of cool collectibles and images in the new book ‘Alien Vault: The Definitive Story of the Making of the Film.’

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‘The Age of Movies: Selected Writings of Pauline Kael’ collects some of the impassioned New Yorker critic’s best writing — essay-length diatribes on specific movies and trends.

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’1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die’ is a great book for list-obsessed movie fans who want to argue about what’s there and what’s not, as well as discovering new films to watch.

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