At last, a life story with everything but the movie stuff edited out! In this amusing memoir, film critic Betty Jo Tucker chronicles her love affair with the cinema, one that’s lasted over half a century. Beginning with a 6-year-old’s fright and fascination while watching FRANKENSTEIN, Tucker relates a wealth of personal movie-related anecdotes and takes readers behind the scenes of the entertainment industry, sharing her favorite celebrity interviews and revealing a number of hilarious encounters with movie stars and filmmakers. “If Oscars were given out for the funniest book of the year, CONFESSIONS OF A MOVIE ADDICT would win hands down,” writes James Colt Harrison, editor of National Film PreVue Film Magazine. Tucker also includes such added attractions as a compendium of “cool” books and Websites for movie fans, a checklist for movie addiction, and her reviews of over 70 films.