Named and Shamed
Author Christopher Tookey and a host of critics, from the celebrated to the obscure, provide feedback on some of the biggest films to have reached our screens, indexed by actor or actress and presented alphabetically.Many of the most famous people of the last 100 years are here, from Woody Allen to Will Ferrell and Andrew Lloyd Webber to Julia Roberts. No celebrity is left unscathed, with short one-liner comments to paragraph reviews, such as:“To my eye, [Daniel] Radcliffe still looks like the teenage offspring of Hitler and a gay owl.”(Robbie Collin, News of the World)Christoper takes inspiration from books including Diana Rigg’s No Turn Unstoned and Matthew Parris’ Scorn. Named & Shamed is guaranteed to make you laugh at least once per page and will appeal greatly to the general reader and in particular to all film fans.
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