If You're Talking to Me, Your Career Must Be in Trouble by Joe Queenan
Movies, Mayhem, and Malice

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The outspoken and hilarious Hollywood commentator collects seventy-five of his most controversial interviews and essays about such figures as Barbra Streisand and Melanie Griffith.
 

About Joe Queenan

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Joe Queenan was born November 3, 1950. The author of five previous books, Joe Queenan is a contributing editor at GQ and writes a column, "Good Fences," for The New York Times. He lives in Tarrytown, New York.
 
Published February 3, 1994 by Hyperion. 288 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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States Queenan: ``As readers familiar with my work know, I make my living by watching unspeakably foul, hopelessly incomprehensible movies, and then issuing belated, useless warnings to the viewing public, telling them not to go to movies they have already gone to see...I really don't have anythi...

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This collection of essays and interviews, reprinted from Movieline , Rolling Stone and the Washington Post , includes illuminating pieces on the work of Woody Allen (Queenan prefers the satire and silliness of his earlier work), Martin Scorsese (the director is ``getting back at the nuns'') and O...

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His appreciation of Melanie Griffiths ('The message of Melanie Griffiths is a message of hope.

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