Guides & Reviews
For Keeps: 30 Years at the Movies by Kael, Pauline
For Keeps: 30 Years at the Movies
by Pauline Kael
Dutton Adult (1994-10-01)
Hardcover - 1312 pages
**A WONDERFUL HARDBACK BOOK!** AS PICTURED. 1974. DUTTON. EARLY PRINT. HARDBACK BOOK, DUST JACKET AND PAGES ARE IN MINT CONDITION. SHIPS RAPIDLY. GREAT PACKAGING. PRIORITY AIR MAIL.
A comprehensive collection of the best reviews and other writings on movie from a respected film critic offers more than 275 chronologically arranged reviews, all with her unique, witty, and knowledgeable touch. 50,000 first printing.
is a dazzling anthology of reviews and essays by Pauline Kael, America's most important movie critic. This hefty book contains a fifth of Kael's total output. It reprints all of her most famous reviews, including her controversial treatments of
Last Tango in Paris
The Long Goodbye
. Also here are some of her best longer essays, "Movie Brutalists," "Trash, Art, and the Movies," and &quoy;Cary Grant: the Man from Dream City."
Kael's book-length revisionist view of
, is reproduced in its entirety. Kael's style is impassioned, incisive, witty, and deeply personal. In the preface to this extraordinary volume, Kael says, "I'm frequently asked why I don't write my memoirs. I think I have."
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