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Movie love: complete reviews 1988-1991

Pauline Kael - Performing Arts - 1991 - 348 pages
The film critic for the New Yorker reviews thirty months of films, including "Dangerous Liaisons," "Rain Man," "Batman," "Goodfellas," and "Casualties of War"
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When the lights go down

Pauline Kael - Performing Arts - 1980 - 592 pages
Brings together all of Kael's writings for The New Yorker over the past four years, including her famous profile of Cary Grant and her reviews of some two hundred films of the ...
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For keeps

Pauline Kael - Performing Arts - 1994 - 1291 pages
A collection of film reviews, most of them originally published in the "New Yorker," selected from the author's previous collections, covers movies from "Hud" to "Dances with ...
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State of the art

Pauline Kael - Performing Arts - 1985 - 404 pages
The eminent film critic of "The New Yorker" writes about movies of the 1980s, including "Flashdance," "Terms of Endearment," "Purple Rain," "Amadeus," "Under the Volcano ...
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I Lost it at the Movies: Film Writings, 1954-1965

Pauline Kael - Performing Arts - 1965 - 365 pages
Originally published: Boston: Little, Brown. 1965.
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5001 Nights at the Movies

Pauline Kael - Performing Arts - 1991 - 945 pages
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Love and Hisses: The National Society of Film Critics Sound Off on the ...

Peter Rainer - Performing Arts - 1992 - 546 pages
A collection of essays on the most hotly debated films features discussions on Spike Lee, Oliver Stone, the ratings war, and the war of the sexes by such critics as Pauline ...
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Going Steady: Film Writings, 1968-1969

Pauline Kael - Performing Arts - 1970 - 304 pages
In Going Steady Kael has deliberately kept her film reviews in chronological order so that the reader can follow 'what was evolving in film during a crucial period of social ...
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