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A Guide for the Video-confused Can't decide what film to rend? Tired of wandering the aisles of your video store? Sick of searching for that one movie that perfeclty matches your mood? Then The 100 Best Films to Rent You've Never Heard Of is for you. Westerns, Comedies, Romance, Sci-Fi, Drama, B&W Classics, Films Noir, Documentaries, and much more... Featuring the one and only m A Guide for the Video-confused Can't decide what film to rend? Tired of wandering the aisles of your video store? Sick of searching for that one movie that perfeclty matches your mood? Then The 100 Best Films to Rent You've Never Heard Of is for you. Westerns, Comedies, Romance, Sci-Fi, Drama, B&W Classics, Films Noir, Documentaries, and much more... Featuring the one and only mood guide Every film review is preceeded by a Mood Guide, which lets you know at a glance whether a film is right for you. Are you in the mood for a Relentless Screwball Comedy? A Smart Love Story? How about a No-Nonsense, Manly Thriller? In addition to expert and entertaining film reviews, the book also includes: Additional rental selections listed by director Toll-free 800 numbers for renting and purchasing hard-to-find movies by mail Thorough indexing for a quick find of any film by director, actor, or rental category. The one must-have film guide for the true movie lover!


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A Guide for the Video-confused Can't decide what film to rend? Tired of wandering the aisles of your video store? Sick of searching for that one movie that perfeclty matches your mood? Then The 100 Best Films to Rent You've Never Heard Of is for you. Westerns, Comedies, Romance, Sci-Fi, Drama, B&W Classics, Films Noir, Documentaries, and much more... Featuring the one and only m A Guide for the Video-confused Can't decide what film to rend? Tired of wandering the aisles of your video store? Sick of searching for that one movie that perfeclty matches your mood? Then The 100 Best Films to Rent You've Never Heard Of is for you. Westerns, Comedies, Romance, Sci-Fi, Drama, B&W Classics, Films Noir, Documentaries, and much more... Featuring the one and only mood guide Every film review is preceeded by a Mood Guide, which lets you know at a glance whether a film is right for you. Are you in the mood for a Relentless Screwball Comedy? A Smart Love Story? How about a No-Nonsense, Manly Thriller? In addition to expert and entertaining film reviews, the book also includes: Additional rental selections listed by director Toll-free 800 numbers for renting and purchasing hard-to-find movies by mail Thorough indexing for a quick find of any film by director, actor, or rental category. The one must-have film guide for the true movie lover!

30 review for The 100 Best Films to Rent You've Never Heard Of: Hidden Treasures, Neglected Classics, and Hits From By-Gone Eras

  1. 4 out of 5

    Aki Umemoto

    Interesting book, I have seen over 75% of the film mentioned here, but there were several movies that are well known and shouldn't be here: "Adventures of Robin Hood" an Errol Flynn Classic, "My Darling Clementine" a John Ford gem, the Academy Award Winning "Thief of Bagdad" and many others. But there are many neglected classics here, some of my favorites: "The American Friend", "Sweet Smell of Success", "The Duellists", "Cutter's Way", "Peeping Tom", and "Sorcerer/Wages of Fear". There are also Interesting book, I have seen over 75% of the film mentioned here, but there were several movies that are well known and shouldn't be here: "Adventures of Robin Hood" an Errol Flynn Classic, "My Darling Clementine" a John Ford gem, the Academy Award Winning "Thief of Bagdad" and many others. But there are many neglected classics here, some of my favorites: "The American Friend", "Sweet Smell of Success", "The Duellists", "Cutter's Way", "Peeping Tom", and "Sorcerer/Wages of Fear". There are also films that I haven't heard of and now want to see: "Poto & Cabengo", "Deep Cover", and "Suture". Most of the comments are interesting and informative but sometimes becomes a little pompous at times. Still an interesting perspective on some little-known films.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Dawn Livingston

    None of the movies seemed worth watching to be honest. The descriptions really didn't make me want to see them. A few on the list I've seen and were worth watching (Withnail and I, Kind Hearts and Coronets). After reading through the book, I felt like I wasted my time. None of the movies seemed worth watching to be honest. The descriptions really didn't make me want to see them. A few on the list I've seen and were worth watching (Withnail and I, Kind Hearts and Coronets). After reading through the book, I felt like I wasted my time.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Joyce

    Hero-worships Michael Powell, but the author actually makes you want to watch a bunch of slow-paced old flicks. Bases a lot of his judgments on filmic stuff like editing, lighting, and sound.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Andrew

    The best film review book I have ever come across. Looking forward to an updated version.

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    Jane Susann MacCarter

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