The A List: The National Society of Film Critics' 100 Essential Filmsby Jay Carr
The 100 essential films of all time (you might be surprised what they are) and why they matter (you might be surprised about that, too). See more details below
The 100 essential films of all time (you might be surprised what they are) and why they matter (you might be surprised about that, too).
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This is a very helpful book that list 100 of the greatest films ever made and what makes them so important. The essays written on each film are in depth, but never boring. The films were selected by the National Society of Film Critics, which is a very distinguished entity. I would trust their judgement as I agree with many of their choices for landmark films. Some of the films included in the book are the 1915 silent/French cinematic triumph 'Les Vampires', 1955's 'Rebel Without a Cause', and 1960's 'Psycho'. Highly recommended!