“If Oscars were given out for the funniest book of the year, CONFESSIONS OF A MOVIE ADDICT by Betty Jo Tucker would win hands down,” says James Colt Harrison, editor of National Film PreVue Magazine.
Harrison goes on to explain, “Film critic Tucker is as star-struck today as she was as a little girl when she was frightened out of her wits by FRANKENSTEIN and later in high school when she did impersonations of Rita Hayworth singing ‘Put the Blame on Mame.’ She fell hopelessly in love with the movies and movie stars. The affection she developed warped her mind from that point on to her present day success as a film critic. . . . Tucker takes us through her life in a chatty, gossipy way and regales us with hilarious personal encounters with movie stars and directors. Her unique and jolly way of looking at films is sampled in the reviews that are also included in the book.”
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