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Review: I Lost it at the Movies: Film Writings, 1954-1965 (The Film Writings #1)

User Review  - Perrystroika - Goodreads

Of the great film critics, Kael has probably aged the worst. Otis Ferguson, James Agee and Andrew Sarris still retain much of their felicity. Kael, on the other hand, seems capricious, stubborn and ... Read full review

Review: I Lost it at the Movies: Film Writings, 1954-1965 (The Film Writings #1)

User Review  - Chris Gager - Goodreads

My favorite movie critic as far as interesting prose is concerned. Maybe a bit too intellectual/analytical for what is mostly a pop entertainment form. My movie heyday was back in the sixties and ... Read full review

Review: I Lost it at the Movies: Film Writings, 1954-1965 (The Film Writings #1)

User Review  - Goodreads

My favorite movie critic as far as interesting prose is concerned. Maybe a bit too intellectual/analytical for what is mostly a pop entertainment form. My movie heyday was back in the sixties and ... Read full review

Review: I Lost it at the Movies: Film Writings, 1954-1965 (The Film Writings #1)

User Review  - Chris Gager - Goodreads

My favorite movie critic as far as interesting prose is concerned. Maybe a bit too intellectual/analytical for what is mostly a pop entertainment form. My movie heyday was back in the sixties and ... Read full review

Review: I Lost it at the Movies: Film Writings, 1954-1965 (The Film Writings #1)

User Review  - Jesse - Goodreads

Kael's problem isn't that she's a contrarian, but that she's obsessed with the lonely, vigilante allure of being a contrarian (ie the madness that has overtaken Armond White). This makes for criticism ... Read full review

Review: I Lost it at the Movies: Film Writings, 1954-1965 (The Film Writings #1)

User Review  - Chris Schaeffer - Goodreads

Call me misguided but Pauline Kael is basically the most unpleasant critic I've ever come across. What's that delicious smell wafting in across the plains? It's the scent of socioeconomic snobbery ... Read full review

Review: I Lost it at the Movies: Film Writings, 1954-1965 (The Film Writings #1)

User Review  - Goodreads

Call me misguided but Pauline Kael is basically the most unpleasant critic I've ever come across. What's that delicious smell wafting in across the plains? It's the scent of socioeconomic snobbery ... Read full review

Review: I Lost it at the Movies: Film Writings, 1954-1965 (The Film Writings #1)

User Review  - Chris Schaeffer - Goodreads

Call me misguided but Pauline Kael is basically the most unpleasant critic I've ever come across. What's that delicious smell wafting in across the plains? It's the scent of socioeconomic snobbery ... Read full review

Review: I Lost it at the Movies: Film Writings, 1954-1965 (The Film Writings #1)

User Review  - Patrick McCoy - Goodreads

I Lost It At The Movies is the first book of criticism by iconic film critic Pauline Kael. It has lots of food for thought throughout, and has inspired me to see some classics. many of the films from ... Read full review

Review: I Lost it at the Movies: Film Writings, 1954-1965 (The Film Writings #1)

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Please check the display shelves and cabinets. Read full review


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