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Selma Early Review - Thrilling, Triumphant, and Timely

The story of Selma, Martin Luther King’s march between the Alabama cities of Selma and Montgomery, is one of great success, and yet, in the context of 2014, it also highlights a great many failures. 762 more words

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Ranking + Dissected: Paul Thomas Anderson

Paul Thomas Anderson is in many ways our Kubrick. I’ll hear an argument that there are better movies from other directors, and I’ll even entertain the notion that there are better directors. 4,510 more words

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349 - There Will Be Blood (2007)

We’re so close to the end of our Paul Thomas Anderson retrospective that I can practically taste it. Unfortunately it tastes like crude oil, which isn’t something you really want in your mouth. 570 more words

Film

You Need To Be Nicer To Me: The Fathers of Paul Thomas Anderson's Films

With Inherent Vice dropping this week, it seems like a good time to look at the common threads of Paul Thomas Anderson’s work. Many of these are well-known: his repeated use of actors (Philip Baker Hall, John C. 2,842 more words

Movies

GANGS OF NEW YORK (2002)

Review by Derrick Carter

Running Time: 2 hours 47 minutes

MPAA Rating: R for Intense Strong Violence, Sexuality/Nudity and Language

Directed by: Martin Scorsese

Written by: Jay Cocks, Steven Zaillian & Kenneth Lonergan… 826 more words

Drama

Alfred Lambremont Webre: "ANTICHRIST" UPDATE

“ANTICHRIST” UPDATE:  Several years ago ExopoliticsTV had already exposed THE POPE, THE QUEEN & THE OBAMA as upper theatre archetypes and had identified the following with… 1,079 more words

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