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    An "Entertaining' Read...

    Power House is an engaging and interesting story for anyone interested in the business of Hollywood. Miller once again uses his signature "in their own words" first person style of storytelling that puts the subjects front and centre. This works brilliantly in the first half of the book where key players like Ovitz, Meyer, Eisner and Bronfman Jr reflect and throw stones (and some roses) to polish and protect their legacies. It becomes clear that the current era will not provide the same level of gossip or intrigue as the second half of the book degenerates into page after page of corporate speak, as execs pat themselves on the back for the current state of CAA's business, and are careful not to say anything that hasn't been approved by their PR department (a problem I don't remember from his ESPN book). Overall still worth the read but while the first half leaves you wanting more the second half grinds to the end...
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