by Leonard MaltinTime for me to get a new Maltin guide I suppose, but I doubt that my opinion will be much different.The good — Maltin manages to cover a larger number of the good, the bad, and the ugly, especially among American films of the sound era, than anybody else in a single volume, and the reviews are often quite pithy and fun to read.There are rarely significant errors; the editing on this series has always been excellent.The bad?Maltin's middlebrow tastes and his less-than-sterling coverage of non-English-language film doesn't jibe with my own elitist tastes — although he does better than other, similar American guides generally.Which is why I still find him worth paying attention to, I guess.
|Title||Leonard Maltin's Movie and Video Guide 1996|
|eBook format||Paperback, (torrent)|
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|Book rating||4 (10 votes)