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“Maltin’s still king of the succinct review, making [Leonard Matlin’s 151 Best Movies You’ve Never Seen] a handy reference for cineasts who think they’ve seen it all.” (Booklist)

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Popular film critic and esteemed cinema historian Leonard Maltin offers a fresh look at underappreciated screen gems in Leonard Maltin’s 151 Best Movies You’ve Never Seen. From the over 17,000 entries in his definitive yearly collection Leonard Maltin’s Movie Guide, Maltin has selected great movies that will appeal to serious film buffs, but that may have fallen through the cracks. A must-have reference source for the bookshelf of movie connoisseurs everywhere.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 472 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 354 Seiten
  • ISBN-Quelle für Seitenzahl: 0061732346
  • Verlag: Dey Street Books; Auflage: 1 (21. Januar 2010)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B0035D9US2
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5.0 von 5 Sternen 151 Best Movies You've Never Seen - Leonard Maltin (Harper Studio) 12. März 2010
Von BlogOnBooks - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
With Oscar season upon us, we thought it would be a good time to take a look at some of the movies you won't be hearing about on the telecast. Between all the Avatars and Clooneys of the world, there are a host of smaller movies (or box-office duds) that are well deserving of your time and attention.

Or so says film critic Leonard Maltin, who would probably be a good judge, as he probably sees about a dozen movies a week in his job as a journalist and TV personality. Maltin's latest book singles out films from the last 20 years that, unless you are an extreme movie aficionado, chances are that most of these selections never hit your radar.

FIlms like "The Door in the Floor" (Jeff Bridges, Kim Basinger, Mimi Rogers, Bijou Phillips) or "The Great Buck Howard" (Tom Hanks, John Malkovich, Griffin Dunne, etc.) may not have made a big splash at your local cinema, but they are among Maltin's picks as key flicks to go back and find. (Nearly every major actor is represented from Robert DeNiro to Meryl Streep to Leo DiCaprio and all the rest.)

The films are divided into roughly three categories; mainstream studio fare, foreign and independent films that often struggle for attention here and a few choice gems from the first half of cinematic history. Maltin rightly focuses most of his light on movies from the last 20 years. (As there are already many books that highlight pictures from the golden age of cinema.)

Of course, it's hard to tell just how great the book is without sampling a host of the films that Maltin singles out for a revisit, but next time you are at Blockbuster or on Netflix, keep this book handy and see if one of Maltin's picks might sound worthwhile even while it would pass your normal purview. Just be ready to fire up that old VHS machine in the garage, as many of these gems have never made the leap to DVD.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen "You make up your own truth." - Memento 10. Februar 2010
Von Found Highways - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I sat down expecting to quickly skim this book and I read every word.

It shouldn't by now, but it always surprises me when I realize how good a film critic and historian (as opposed to a thumbs-up thumbs down reviewer) Leonard Maltin is. Lately, the film writers I learn the most from are Maltin and David Thomson.

I've seen a few of the off-the-wall movies in this book (Tristram Shandy, Peter's Friends, Millions, Innocent Blood, Bubba Ho-tep, Brick, and the documentaries [...] and Word Wars) and I agree that they're intriguing. (I'm glad Maltin includes documentaries--I find myself watching a lot more of them than I used to.)

A stunning movie was Hedwig and the Angry Inch, which mixes Cold War politics, music, and gender reassignment. Director Christopher Nolan's first film--Following--is better than any of his comic-book movies and at least as good as Memento. (Nolan is a perfect example of the kind of filmmaker that Jason Horsley writes about in his book Dogville vs. Hollywood: The Independents and the Hollywood Machine--someone who starts making personal stories about real people, then goes on to do remakes of foreign films and blockbuster trash.)

So this book has made me rethink seeing movies I already rejected for some reason or another (like American Dreamz or Hidalgo).
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Buried treasures at the video store... 17. Juli 2010
Von Erik Olson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verifizierter Kauf
I love reading books and watching movies, so when I find a good book about movies I'm like a pig in...well, you know. Lately I've gone through a number of Roger Ebert's cinematic tomes, in part to discover new flicks. So when I came across "Leonard Maltin's 151 Best Movies You've Never Seen," I immediately bought it on my Kindle. I'm glad I did, because Mr. Maltin validated some of my favorite films and satisfied my need for fresh ones.

Even the worst movie has its champions. Heck, I liked the original "Punisher," and sometimes my brother shakes his head in wonder at my viewing choices. It's cool to see that a major critic shares my madness, and I enjoyed reading about Mr. Maltin's guilty cinematic pleasures - especially when he validates some of mine (like "Bubba Ho-Tep" and "The Tao of Steve") or turns me on to new possibilities (such as "The Devil's Backbone" and "Two Lovers").

Although I enjoyed "151 Best Movies...", I kind of wish that Mr. Maltin had delved a little deeper into these gems (like Roger Ebert does in his books). Each flick rates a couple pages of spoiler-free description, which may bother some readers looking for more in-depth analysis. But his brevity is for our benefit, as Mr. Maltin wants to tantalize us with possibility and ensure that our sense of joyful discovery matches his own. Recommended for all cinephiles desperately searching for their latest fix.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Suprisingly helpful & enjoyably informative 11. Februar 2013
Von Blue Leaf - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
I must say that when I saw the title of the book, "151 Best Movies You've Never Seen", I thought Leonard Maltin was being quite presumptuous and a bit cocky. Most people that buy books like this love films and have seen so many that they are looking for more ideas. Personally, I have seen almost a hundred of these films that I supposedly have never seen. I will excuse Mr. Maltin however because his suggestions are excellent and so far I have watched over a dozen of the film in the book and have been extremely entertained by them.

The format of the book is well done and the description and reviews of the films are very well written. They give the reader just enough information to allow one to know if the plot would be to our liking but not too much to ruin our viewing experience.

In the past I have always thought that Maltin is a little too "white bread" in his selections for great films but in this book he really steps outside the box and presents the reader with some incredible choices for films that may have been forgotten or not given enough critical acclaim when they were first released.

I have many of these types of film reference books and this one is definitely at the top of the list. My only suggestion would have been to increase the number to make it, "500 Best Movies You've Never Seen". I will also say that most of the film choices were contemporary, american independent films which, for me was a plus but, for others, who may be hoping for more diversity, it might be a bit of a disappointment. There were only a few foreign and classic film ideas in the book but otherwise it is worth purchasing especially if you enjoy independent films that for whatever reason(s) never made it to your local cinema or video rental store.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Should be entitled "151 okay movies of the past 15 years" 2. August 2010
Von Jon Groubert - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
If it had that title, I might give it 4 stars. As it is, I gave it one. I was expecting a book that covered the last century of movies. I read the title and expected to hear about great movies from the 30s, 40s, and 50s that don't get airtime for whatever reason. And there are about 5 of these. Instead, about 90% of the movies in this book are from the last 15 years. Well, guess what, if I didn't want to see a movie in the last 15 years, there was probably a pretty good reason for it.

Even the movies that are the "best" aren't even that great; I've seen a few of them and can comment. The Tao of Steve - a good movie, a cute movie, but not great. In the Shadow of the Moon - I am a diehard space fanatic, and even I found this movie snoozeworthy. Yeah, there was plenty of footage I'd never seen, and interviews I'd never heard, but after seeing it, there was a good reason. Yawn. Connie and Carla - good for a lazy afternoon when nothing else is on, but not something you should reach out for.

Even Maltin admits these movies aren't the "best." His review of Idiocracy exemplifies this: "The film wanders, repeats itself, and loses momentum." And this is the best? Please. Maltin, you're a hack who just tried to cash in. Don't waste your time with this book. Thumbs down.
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