By Robert Cettl
Published by Wider Screenings | Transgressor
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Published: Jan. 30, 2011
Words: 59,573 (approximate)
Your favourite movie quotes in the one handy e-resource: an e-anthology of the most memorable, sexiest, strangest and funniest quotes from a century of cinema. "Are you talking to me?" Damn straight! Film Talk is definitely the ebook guide to quoting the Movies in the Age of Home Theatre.
Quoting the Movies in the Age of Home Theatre. Your favourite movie quotes in the one handy e-resource: an e-anthology of the most memorable, sexiest, strangest and funniest quotes from a century of cinema.
"Are you talking to me?" Damn straight!
Movie dialogue is an essential part of the movie-going experience. Many viewers leave the theatre (or turn off the DVD/Blu-Ray player remembering a few choice lines from the movie they have watched, these lines staying with them throughout their moviegoing experience. Film Talk is an anthology devoted to that experience and exclusive to ebook. Each selection has been weighed for fan favored status, humour, importance and uniqueness, making Film Talk a genuine treat for the film enthusiast, home movie buff and genuine scholar alike.
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