The Rough Guide to 21st Century Cinema: 101 Movies That Made the Millennium

The Rough Guide to 21st Century Cinema: 101 Movies That Made the Millennium

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by Adam Smith
     
 

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From Hollywood blockbusters like The Departed and The Hangover, to indie gems like Donnie Darko and Shaun of the Dead, to children's favorites, such as Toy Story 3 and WALL-E, the twenty-first century has already provided us with a wealth of amazing films.

Packed with numerous film stills as well as features covering the Top 21 key actors and actresses, genres

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From Hollywood blockbusters like The Departed and The Hangover, to indie gems like Donnie Darko and Shaun of the Dead, to children's favorites, such as Toy Story 3 and WALL-E, the twenty-first century has already provided us with a wealth of amazing films.

Packed with numerous film stills as well as features covering the Top 21 key actors and actresses, genres and their mash-ups, and more, The Rough Guide to 21st Century Cinema is a must-have for any movie buff and film aficionado.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781405385374
Publisher:
DK
Publication date:
10/01/2012
Series:
Rough Guide to... Series
Pages:
272
Product dimensions:
7.70(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.80(d)

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Meet the Author

Adam Smith is a senior feature writer at Empire magazine, one of the bestselling publications in both the US and the UK. In nearly twenty years of writing and broadcasting about films, he's interviewed directors as diverse as Woody Allen, James Cameron, and John Carpenter, as well as actors such as Johnny Depp, Helen Mirren, and Gwyneth Paltrow.

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The Rough Guide to 21st Century Cinema: 101 Movies That Made the Millennium 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Having read The Rough Guides to Sci-fi Movies, Comedies, Mac OS X, and Iphones, this book left very few surprises. The reviews are consistently thorough, and the sidebars are very informative. The presentation, however, leaves something to be desired. The electronic pages do not turn easily, and some are entirely blank. If you're really interested in buying this book, the print version might be a better buy.