Zagat Shop: 2008 Movie Guide

Zagat Shop: 2008 Movie Guide

This guide provides synopses and ratings for nearly 2,000 films from the classics to the present. Use it to find a movie featuring a favorite actor or to explore an entirely different genre. It's also a handy tool when you the name of that movie, producer or actor is right on the tip of your tongue . . .

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