The Film Club: A True Story of a Father and Son
Publish date: September 13th 2007
Publisher: Thomas Allen Press
Pages no: 264
Edition language: English
, Media Tie In
, Biography Memoir
Movie critiques and a father babbling about his teenage son suffering from his first heartache. Boring. Nuff said.
This book kept me reading it, but I'm not sure why. I haven't seen too many of the movies (maybe seven total of the ones they watched). But that doesn't matter since the book is mostly about the father-son relationship. And this is why the book fails for me. I just do not care at all what happens to...
I really didn't like this book. I know the only reason why I got through the whole thing and didn't stop and throw the book was because I didn't have anything better to do.
sometimes the idea of a book surpasses what the book is actually able to accomplish. an interesting idea to have a father honestly discuss life with his son. too many reviews have been critical of the author's choice to allow his son to make his own decisions about sex, drinking and drugs. i unde...
David Gilmour's son is failing high school. Gilmour sizes up the situation and decides to let Jesse drop out if he wants to -- which he does. The catch is that he has to stay away from drugs and watches 3 movies a week which his father picks with his father.It's a risky strategy. Gilmour is unconven...
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