If You're Talking to Me, Your Career Must Be in Trouble: Movies, Mayhem, and Malice

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Hyperion, Apr 14, 1999 - Humor - 288 pages
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Now in paperback--the hilarious and scandalous book that skewered Hollywood. Infamous Tinsel Town journalist-"hatchetman" Joe Queenan presents the interviews and essays that made him persona non grata among Hollywood's stars and movie moguls.

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Review: If You're Talking to Me, Your Career Must Be in Trouble: Movies, Mayhem, and Malice

User Review  - Horza - Goodreads

Droll reviews of terrible crap from a bizarre and long-lost time when film was the dominant cultural medium (the 1980s). Read full review

Review: If You're Talking to Me, Your Career Must Be in Trouble: Movies, Mayhem, and Malice

User Review  - Barbara - Goodreads

I heart him deeply. And I'm counting it as part of the great book res of 2011 even though I probably would've read him anyway. He crystallizes a lot of my thoughts for me. And makes me want to watch ... Read full review

Contents

BABY LOVE
3
MICKEY ROURKE FOR A DAY
14
ITS A MANS MANS MANS WORLD
27
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Joe Queenan was born November 3, 1950. The author of five previous books, Joe Queenan is a contributing editor at GQ and writes a column, "Good Fences," for The New York Times. He lives in Tarrytown, New York.

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