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Must-Read Books for Movie Addicts

Betty Jo Tucker
The list author says: "When you love movies as much as I do, you want to read everything you can about films and filmmaking. Below are some of the movie-related books I mention in my amusing memoir, CONFESSIONS OF A MOVIE ADDICT, available in paperback <ASIN: 1587360853> or in the Kindle store <ASIN: B005C67I6G>)."
The Art of the Matrix (Newmarket Pictorial Moviebook)
The Art of the Matrix (Newmarket Pictorial Moviebook)
"An intriguing look at the painstaking process of producing a major special effects extravaganza."
Casablanca: Script and Legend
Casablanca: Script and Legend
"The original script, 25 classic stills, and a behind-the-scenes account of what went into making a film that keeps turning up on lists of America’s best-loved romantic adventures --- no matter how much 'time goes by.'"
Cinematherapy: The Girl's Guide to Movies for Every Mood
Cinematherapy: The Girl's Guide to Movies for Every Mood
"Authors make amusing comments about the healing power of numerous 'chick flicks. Tongue-in-cheek classifications include such categories as 'Phony Gals that Piss Us Off'  and 'Dresses to Die For.' Peske and West also remind us of some oldies-but-goodies to check out again, like 'It Happened One Night' and 'Pride and Prejudice.'"
Comedy Is A Man In Trouble: Slapstick In American Movies
Comedy Is A Man In Trouble: Slapstick In American Movies
"A survey of physical comedy in the movies from the days of Charlie Chaplin, Harold Lloyd, and Buster Keaton to today's masters including Jim Carrey and the Farrelly brothers. (Where are the women? Don't ask Jerry Lewis.)"
For Keeps: 30 Years at the Movies
For Keeps: 30 Years at the Movies
"In this impressive compendium, America's most renowned film critic, the late Pauline Kael, presented the best of her New Yorker reviews and other writings on movies from 1965 to 1991. (At over 1200 pages, 'For Keeps' also makes a terrific doorstop.)"