Published November 1, 1998
by Time Out .
Written in English
|Contributions||Geoff Andrew (Foreword), John Pym (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||1217|
Equally useful for trivia hounds, casual dippers, and hardcore cinephiles, Time Out Film Guide shows a happy egalitarianism, placing popular genre movies alongside art-house treasures. The series has been hailed for having more complete international coverage than any comparable film guide, and this edition proves it with new reviews in every genre of world/5. Equally useful for trivia hounds, casual dippers, and hardcore cinephiles, Time Out Film Guide shows a happy egalitarianism, placing popular genre movies alongside art-house treasures. The series has been hailed for having more complete international coverage than any comparable film guide, and this edition proves it with new reviews in every genre of world cinema.4/5(27). Get this from a library! Time Out film guide. [John Pym;] -- An authoritative annual reference provides reviews by knowledgeable critics of films from the history of cinema, in a guide that is complemented by a directory of film-related Web sites and coverage. This is an aphabetical critical guide to films, based on Time-Out reviews since the mids. It covers every area of world cinema, including: classic silents and s comedies, documentaries and the avant garde, French or Japanese, the Hollywood mainstream and B-movie horrors. Features include cast lists and other key creative personnel, more than obituary notes from / and Reviews: 1.
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