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The Movie Book review Ô eBook or Kindle ePUB Narrated by Peter Guiness explore the rich history of cinema like never before from the golden age of black and white films to international art house and 21st century science fiction uncovering the key themes and big ideas behind than 80 of the world's most cinematic gemsBeginning with the iconi. For me it was a pleasure to read this book because every single sentence was written with such a passion Every chapter was full of interesting information about movies through decades since the famous silent masterpiece The Trip to the Moon Every movie fan MUST read this bookread The Movie Book
The Movie Book review Ô eBook or Kindle ePUB Well as celebrated classics and the films you need to see through iconic uotes biographies movie memorabilia and narrative timelinesEssential for anyone with a passion for cinema 'THE MOVIE BOOK' is ready for its close upRUNNING TIME ⇒ 15hrs and 3mins©2015 Dorling Kindersley Ltd P2020 DK Audio. The Movie Book Big Ideas Simply Explained by Danny Leigh Louis Baxter and John Farndon a DK book10 out of 10Gratitude is one of the ingredients of happiness and we could be grateful for such a mesmerizing book on account of its intrinsic value but importantly because it opens the Magic World of the Cinema inviting readers to learn so much about various classic motion pictures many of them are recent often appealing aspects from the making of masterpieces such as Ragging Bull for which legendary Robert De Niro had gained perhaps 30 kilograms they give the figure in stone the miracle of the success of Casablanca which had not been expected to do so well it is for many in top five Best Movies Ever Made and the eually astonishing success of the extremely young at the time Orson Welles when he revolutionized film making with his Citizen Kane also for large numbers of cinephiles at number One among the best films ever madeCitizen Kane has had its own agitated history as well as the star and director of the Magnum opus who would himself have a very difficult relationship with studios there was a time when he could handle it as he declares in an interview given his celebrity and stature after the impact of War of the Worlds studios would offer almost anything he wanted and thus he got control of Citizen Kane though not of other productions alasGiven that it was based on the life of the immensely powerful media mogul William Randolph Hearst Citizen Kane has had a tremendous campaign against it the powerful tycoon wanted it banned and destroyed his media empire did everything possible to see the movie destroyed and indeed the commercial and critical success of the film was initially limited though afterwards it would be recognized as one of the most extraordinary inventive achievements in the History of Cinemalater on Orson Welles would not have the creative liberty and studio executives would massacre films like The Magnificent Ambersons and later on A Touch of Evil Heston recalls in American Cinema documentaries the story of the making of A touch of Evil how the name of Orson Welles had been suggested and given his offer to direct for the same money he received as an actor the previous name for the director was dropped and Marlene Dietrich accepted to work on the filmthe iconic actress speaks in her turn about the fact that Welles had preferred brunettes and since she was one for A Touch of Evil the situation might have changed in her favorshe seemed to be uite infatuated with the massive impressive phenomenally talented Orson WellesThe Movie Book is magnificent on uite a few accounts one of which would be the fact that it has very solid approach and when you read it you learn about classics from America Europe Asia old Boy comes to mind now and Sympathy for Lady Vengeance and directors writers and actors that that belong to the Cinematic Olympus are presented with their most important achievements chronologically listed the revolutionary style is exposed main features of the films are highlighted with some of the crucial uotes and the minute when something special is happening in the featurewell one of the special since we are talking about landmarks all that takes place there is special Gods like Stanley Kubrick Martin Scorsese and many others are mentioned together with many other legends the first woman director to win the Academy Award for Best Director is in the Movie Book with a view at her chef d oeuvre The Hurt Locker winner of the Best Motion Picture of the Year in 2008 though criticized by some for the fact that it does not take a stand on the matter of the Ira war it just presents with exceptional insight what happens to those who have to see and risk explosions on a regular basisthe film is also the winner of Best Picture with the smallest box office numbersFrench masters are included in The Movie Book and their influence on World Cinema is explored such as The 400 Blows of the Master Francois Truffaut a phenomenal school that has created the very recent spectacular Les Miserables one of the best films of the last years and surely for the ones to come which in the Age of the Colossal Virus would produce very few motion pictures never mind Magnum opera Some of the best loved movies are included from Goodfellas to The Shawshank Redemption this fantastic book would help cinephiles enjoy reading about their many favorite features perhaps all or nearly all and sits in a great library in the most honorable place and All the President s Men together with another classic Adventures in the Screen Trade by William Goldman winner of the Academy Award for Best Screenplay for Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and All the President s MenIf you are interested in The Movies you could also read The Kid Stays in the Picture by Robert Evans a very controversial figure who has been an actor the head of The Paramount Pictures studio producer and the one involved in the making of The Godfather Rosemary s Baby Love Story Chinatown and many other fundamental works about which he has wonderful stories Looking back at The Movie Book Werner Herzog and his mad leading actor come to mind with their tortures when making masterpieces as Aguirre the Wrath of God
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The Movie Book review Ô eBook or Kindle ePUB C 'La Voyage Dans La Lune' 1902 and ending with Richard Linklater's groundbreaking 'Boyhood' 2014 'THE MOVIE BOOK' chronicles than 100 of the best films ever made from comedies and dramas to animations documentaries and what brings cinema to life Discover everything about your favorite movies as. Fascinating look at the top 100 ish movies over the last century ish The sheer amount of information was mind boggling It was so nice to put into context all of the titles and names I had heard before but had never seen I feel way comfortable to talk about these influential films and artists LOVED IT