The Best, Worst, Weird Movies of the 1990s

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The Best, Worst, Weird Movies of the 1990s
 

Authored by Mark McPherson

From Pulp Fiction to Space Jam to Wild Wild West, "The Best, Worst, Weird Movies of the 1990s" covers over 250 movies that were either so great they're must-sees, so bad they're must-avoids or so strange they should probably be seen to be believed. Written by film critic Mark McPherson, this book showcases the unforgettable movies of the era that included Anthony Hopkins playing a frightening killer in Silence of the Lambs, Mike Myers playing a groovy spy in Austin Powers, Keanu Reeves playing "The One" in The Matrix and George Clooney playing a Batman with nipples in Batman & Robin. Also included are the lesser known and highly recommended greats of the dark mockumentary Man Bites Dog, the modern western Lone Star and the ensemble drama Short Cuts. And, of course, should you choose to torture yourself, there are plenty of terrible films to indulge your so-bad-its-good desires, from the bad acting of Troll 2 to the disgusting special effects of Nothing But Trouble.


Publication Date:
2017-09-29
ISBN/EAN13:
1977719430 / 9781977719430
Page Count:
524
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Performing Arts / Film & Video / Guides & Reviews




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