By Peter Bogdanovich
A FRONT-ROW SEAT TO A YEAR'S worthy OF MUST-SEE FILMS
Director, manufacturer, screenwriter, writer, actor, and picture critic, Peter Bogdanovich understands videos. Now, during this certain new e-book, he stocks his ardour with a connoisseur's perception and pleasure via inviting the reader to hitch him for a 12 months on the movies--fifty-two weeks, fifty-two movies, fifty-two purposes to observe. Which movies does Peter Bogdanovich name . . .
"The such a lot hauntingly chilling, unusually prophetic science-fiction photograph ever made."
(You'll be handled to it on Halloween)
"A scintillatingly directed comedy."
(Discover it with somebody you like on Valentine's Day)
"A bittersweet human comedy of classic genius [that] in simple terms turns into extra important because the years pass."
(Ringing within the New yr with it's cause adequate to celebrate)
With ideas particular to the seasons and holidays--from glowing comedies, undying musicals, landmark international movies, strong dramas and thrillers to mythical masterpieces and overlooked treasures--Bogdanovich's eclectic cinematic calendar of classics, every one on hand on video, each one observed by way of an illuminating essay, and every by means of a listing of tie-in innovations, makes definitely the right date for movielovers per week of the yr.
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