Film Review 2001-2002: The Definitive Film Yearbook
Now in its 57th edition, the Film Review is the world’s longest-running film annual. A definitive, up-to-date reference guide to the year in cinema, it includes reviews, cast lists, and credits for all the year's new releases; a review of the top ten box office stars, plus new faces of the year; details on the major awards and film festivals; comprehensive coverage of the year's video releases; and the best soundtracks and web sites. Recognized for more than half a century as the authoritative guide to the cinema year, the Film Review has a user-friendly design as well as 200 photos and film stills. James Cameron-Wilson writes regularly for Flicks, Film Review magazine, and the Times. He is the author of Young Hollywood, The New Generation, and The Cinema of Robert De Niro.
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