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The Denver Post Guide to Best Family Films: 2 Great Movies to Fill Up Your Year (Anglais) Broché – 1 octobre 2007


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A Knight at the Movies 18 novembre 2007
Par Iris Rotberg - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I am Mike Booth's mother-in-law. I am also a lifelong movie addict. What distinguishes "The Denver Post's Guide to the Best Family Films" from other movie reviews is its unique perspective on the role movies can play in enriching intergenerational dialogue. The introduction pulls the reader into the book by describing the fun of sharing movies with children and grandchildren. The book also gives practical advice on how to interpret movie ratings to determine whether a particular movie is right for your child. But, most important, the reviews--written with humor and great enthusiasm for the art form--will make you want to drop everything and go on a 52 movie binge. They will also encourage you to add your own favorites to the list. How about "Cinema Paradiso," Mike?

Iris Rotberg
Potomac, Maryland
Lost in Blockbuster... 16 novembre 2007
Par J. Savoie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Oh, how I wish I could reclaim the lost hours, days, weeks? spent wandering the isles of Blockbuster, searching for appropriate family films! Mr. Booth to the rescue, with this inspiring volume of choice cinema fun, to satisfy the fussiest offspring, and adults alike. I appreciate his out-of-the-box approach, in choosing movies completely off my radar screen. His essay clarifying Hollywood's mystifying rating system, alone, is worth the price of admission.
Not only has this book made my life easier, but here's the best part,...he gives children credit for having actual brains. Way to blow right past all the Disney/Pixar mainstream stuff, and deliver some thought provoking options! Family Movie night has just lost the hassle factor, and become all about the FUN!
Excellent writing, insight and alot of fun! 19 novembre 2007
Par William Mark Eddy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Michael Booth is a skilled writer, a keen observer and his sense of humor is a gift! I've read Michael Booth online for years and always found his reviews to be honest, insightful and fun. Movies are a universal language and these days when it's more important than ever to build bridges between parents and children this book is a must. These days it's all too easy to to wind up with a movie that no one in the family wants to see. Booth will help you find your way to the kinds of films - whether they be whimsical, fanciful, edgy or just plain fun - that will give families something to talk about around the dinner table. You can trust Booth's reviews.
Excellent Suggestions 17 novembre 2007
Par Mark Stevens - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
If you haven't been reading Michael Booth's film criticism in The Denver Post, you're missed some of the best takes on cinema today. His writing is fresh, sharp and unpretentious. In most cases, it's also hilarious (when appropriate, of course). Here Booth goes beyond the obvious and selects a year's worth of gems for the family to enjoy -- and pushes the boundaries beyond what the movie making moguls believe we all want in a "family film." Buy this book for the writing, the insight and how easy it makes a trip through Netflix, Amazon or your neighborhood independent video store. A perfect addition to the home reference library.
Everything but the popcorn 14 novembre 2007
Par HockeyDad - Publié sur Amazon.com
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It's hard to know whose opinion to trust when it comes to choosing age-appropriate films for the kids, and the task becomes doubly difficult when trying to figure out which of those movies would also appeal to the whole family. Mike Booth has turned this job into an art form. His amusing and spot-on observations make this book a fun read even if you never pop a DVD into the player. But it's invaluable as a guide to a satisfying family movie night that doesn't send us -- or our 14-year-old son -- scrambling to revise our Neflix queue.
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