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100 Nights in the Dark: A Collection of Contemporary Film Reviews and Essays

Joe Barlow’s 100 Nights in the Dark┬áremains a hilarious and indispensable collection of film reviews and insightful commentary. Examining the movies released between 1997 and 2000, Barlow highlights the best and worst films of this period, and offers amusing–and occasionally controversial–opinions on them. (He liked The Phantom Menace? He hated Saving Private Ryan?)

But no matter what you might think of his sanity, the fact remains that 100 Nights in the Dark is a funny, and occasionally even insightful, look at modern cinema. Includes an introduction by Robert Wederquist of The DVD Journal.

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