Movies, Movie Stars, and Me

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AuthorHouse, Jul 31, 2007 - Reference - 408 pages
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Alan Neff wrote movie and book reviews and interviewed Hollywood stars for the Seattle Gay News from 1983-1993; he has been published in the Advocate. Movies, Movie Stars, and Me boasts Jim Henson, Rob Lowe, Demi Moore, Spike Lee, Lily Tomlin, John Waters, Pauline Kael, Rita Mae Brown, and other exciting personalities caught unguarded and exposed. Reviews of Labyrinth, Top Gun, No Way Out, Dirty Dancing, The Whales of August, Pretty Woman, The Grifters, Switch, George Cukor: A Double Life, Tales of the City, (and much more!), are lively reading and can be used for reference or as a guide to picking videos. And included in this format are Alan Neffs politically-charged letters-to-the-editor, re-printed from major periodicals.

 

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amazingly witty and funny reviews and the movie stars are candid and smart.

Contents

Movies
1
Book Reviews
263
My Letters to the Editor
289
Index
357
About the author and book
388
Cover
390
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Alan Neff wrote reviews and interviewed Hollywood stars for the Seattle Gay News from 1983-1993; he has also been published in The Advocate. Movies, Movie Stars, and Me boasts Jim Henson, Rob Lowe, Demi Moore, Spike Lee, Lily Tomlin, John Waters, Pauline Kael, Rita Mae Brown, and other exciting personalities caught unguarded and exposed. Neff’s reviews of Labyrinth, Top Gun, No Way Out, Dirty Dancing, The Whales of August, Pretty Woman, The Grifters, Switch, George Cukor: A Double Life, and Tales of the City (as well as many more!) are lively reading and can be used for reference or as a guide to picking videos. Also included in this format is an astonishing assortment of Alan Neff’s provocative, politically-charged “letters-to-the-editor,” re-printed from major periodicals. Also by this author: Precious Tribes, Vicious Lies (short stories, essays, and plays)

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