Lately, the film writers I learn the most from are Maltin and David Thomson.
Perhaps a minor point, but this book is also poorly designed -- unattractive and wasteful of space (and trees) and the cheapest possible paper.
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.
We are casual moving watchers and like introducing our kids to "old gem" and unusual movies. This book seemed like a great way to discover some titles we might not otherwise know... Read morePublished 18 months ago by N. Johnson
Leonard Maltin is no Roger Ebert, he's not even a Richard Roper or or Gene Siskel or anyone with a legitimate sense of pointed criticism. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Jackson Quick
I am always on the lookout for quirky movies, and, as usual, Leonard Maltin comes through in spades! Read morePublished 20 months ago by Brian Hieneman
I got this for my husband as a stocking stuffer, but it has been on his bedside table since he got it. I think the front cover should be a little more engaging.Published 22 months ago by Glenna R. Silvan
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. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Blue Leaf
Good reference book, I have since gone and hired some of the movies and appreciated these movies that have gone under the radar because of this bookPublished 23 months ago by River2Sea