44 PagesHighlights Magazine is an American children's magazine. It began publication in June 1946, started by Garry Cleveland Myers and his wife Caroline Clark Myers. This documentary movie takes a deep look in this magazine and how it gains its' current popularity. Along the way, a rich and tragic history is revealed, the state of childhood, technology, and education is explored, and talking about the future of print media.Genre: DocumentaryCountry: United StatesDuration: 90 minQuality: HDRelease: 2017IMDb: 6.9
Critic Reviews of "44 Pages"New YorkerSeptember 19, 2018
Its tone hovers between benign admiration and benign thoughtfulness, and interviewees tend toward pleasantly straightforward insight. But it's a worthy bit of American cultural history.Hollywood ReporterApril 17, 2018
Overflowing with wholesome vibes yet not sappy, the film provokes warm feelings, even if its subject doesn't really demand feature-length treatment.Village VoiceApril 17, 2018
It's likely all the easy jokes that might occur to you about the magazine racks in the lobbies of dentists' offices will evaporate and you'll wonder if they might be hiring.Detroit NewsSeptember 22, 2017
"44 Pages" winds up feeling like an infomercial for "Highlights," something new employees would watch on their first day at the office.Movie NationJuly 28, 2018
Soft as a plush toy and edgy as a "Highlights" advertorial.Common Sense MediaApril 26, 2018
Informative but dry docu on beloved children's magazine.Cinema CrazedSeptember 05, 2017
If you've ever been a fan of the magazine as I have, "44 Pages" will prove to be a wonderful chronicle of a very valuable piece of literature.
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