Edited by the late Boston Globe film critic Jay Carr, this is a 2002 anthology of essays on what the New York Film Critics Circle membership considered the 100 most essential feature films ever made.
The selection includes Roger Ebert on The General and La Dolce Vita; Matt Zoller Seitz on E.T., Close Encounters of the Third Kind, the original Star Wars, and Double Indemnity; Dave Kehr on The Birth of a Nation; Armond White on Killer of Sheep, Metropolis, and Happy Together; Carrie Rickey on Jailhouse Rock; James Verniere on 2001: A Space Odyssey; Jami Bernard on Pulp Fiction and The Graduate; Terrence Rafferty on The Exorcist; Jonathan Rosenbaum on Close-Up, and many more.
6.1 x 0.9 x 9 inches
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