Pretty In Pink: The Golden Age of Teenage Movies

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Macmillan, Jan 15, 1997 - Performing Arts - 230 pages
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Jon Bernstein, film critic for Spin magazine critiques his favorite teen movies from the golden age of the '80s. The Brat Pack and their contemporaries have grown up, but celluloid has them flickering forever, angst-ridden, haunted, guileless, cocky, stripped to their briefs, and all dressed up pretty in pink. 25 photos, 8-page color insert.

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User Review  - mikeneko - LibraryThing

An era of movies that deserves some discussion, but this is mainly a writer airing his 'clever' at their expense. That is, it's rather like a compilation of blog entries in which he tells you which ... Read full review

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The guy who wrote this book has a very healthy attitude toward Demi Moore. Read full review

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professor of poliitcal science at DePaul University

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