The Great Movies III

The Great Movies III

Book - 2010
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A new compilation of one hundred essays by the film critic presents his analyses of the films that epitomize the finest examples of cinematic art.
Publisher: Chicago ; London : The University of Chicago Press, 2010.
ISBN: 9780226182087
0226182088
Branch Call Number: 791.4375/EBERT
Characteristics: xvii, 417 p. ; 24 cm.
Alternative Title: Great movies three
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" Denzel stands at the centre of the film, in a performance of enormous breadth." "Washingto n is a congenial, attractive actor." "Malcolm is at Columbia U., where a young white girl tells him her heart is in the right place, and she supports his struggle. ' what can I do to help? nothing,' Malcolm says coldly, and stalks away. Lee sees deeply, and so he ends the scene by showing the hurt on her face." "Every Lee film is an exercise in empathy." " Flaubert wrote that he had disliked reading UNCLE TOM'S CABIN because the author constantly preached against slavery. ' does one have to make observations about slavery? depict it; that is enough. an author must be like god in the universe, present everywhere, and visible nowhere.' " Olivier's famous acceptance speech for winning an honorary Oscar: next day he called Michael Caine, asked him what he thought of the speech. Caine hadn't understood a word. ' Quite so,' said Larry. his mind had gone blank."

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