REVIEWS

'A brilliant book' THE MAIL ON SUNDAY

'Pithy put-downs, sparkling one-liners, moving monologues and hilarious quips ... fascinating' THE DAILY MIRROR

'A lavish compilation of one-liners, poster quotes and opening scenes' THE DAILY MAIL


'A treasury of great screen lines ... this is high-end QI material for the movies' THE TIMES

'Stylish and substantial, this collection of the finest lines in film dialogue is also a brief history of cinema itself' THE DAILY TELEGRAPH

'Sublime ... lavish ... a book of inspiring trivia' TOTAL FILM

'Celebrating the silver screen in all of its glory, Tiffin's book offers a history of the medium as seen through the lens of its most sparkling lines and memorable scenes ... A treasure trove of cinematic gems ... Alfred Hitchcock famously said, 'to make a great film you need three things: the script, the script and the script.' And Tiffin's book amply demonstrates the truth of the assertion' THE GOOD BOOK GUIDE