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Product NameDVD & Video Guide 2007 (DVD & Video Guide (Mass Market Paper))
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AuthorMick Martin, Marsha Porter
Page Count1664
BindingMass Market Paperback
Long Description“THE BEST.” –People “THE BEST ALL-AROUND VOLUME.” –Newsday Wondering what video to rent tonight? This bestselling fact-packed guide is the only sourcebook you and your family will ever need. Mick Martin and Marsha Porter steer you toward the winners and warn you about the losers. DVD & Video Guide 2007 covers it all–more films than any other guide, including your favorite serials, B-Westerns, and made-for-TV movies, and even old television programs! Each entry, conveniently alphabetized for easy access, includes a summary, fresh commentary, the director, major cast members, the year of release, and the MPAA rating, plus a reliable Martin and Porter rating–from Five Stars to Turkey–so you’ll never get caught with a clunker again! THE BEST IN THE FIELD! Including • BRAND-NEW DVD LISTINGS • DIRECTOR AND STAR INDEXES • COMPLETE ACADEMY AWARD LISTINGS • WHERE TO GET THOSE HARD-TO-FIND VIDEOS From the Trade Paperback edition.
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