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Now that films get watched at home instead of cinemas, and a theatrical release is essentially a publicity stunt that a film must go through to get reviewed by critics and talked about by people like us, it only makes sense that “serious cinema” season is getting shorter and shorter. 174 more words

WITH BURDOCKS, HEMLOCK, NETTLES, CUCKOO-FLOWERS, AND ALL THE IDLE WEEDS THAT GROW

Just finished P.T. Anderson‘s Magnolia, which, allowing for severe cabin fever and almost total lack of human contact, has just handily leaped to the top of my favorite films of all time (ousting Casablanca). 126 more words

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On Adaptation, Thomas Pynchon, and PT Anderson in advance of Inherent Vice

by Forest Lewis

Just as the V2 rocket silently hurtles toward the L.A. movie theater in the concluding pages of Gravity’s Rainbow, so Thomas Pynchon’s novel… 769 more words

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P.T. Anderson's Inherent Vice - Trailer

Just a few short days before P.T. Anderson’s latest premieres, the trailer for Inherent Vice makes its debut. It doesn’t look as heavy as The Master… 10 more words

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Trailer for Inherent Vice starring Joaquin Phoenix and Josh Brolin arrives and it's funny

Here’s the funny thing. Technically, the last comedy P.T. Anderson directed was the Adam Sandler film Punch Drunk Love, but lets be honest, all his films are funny, they just ride that line of dark humor that calls into question why you laughed at something so fucked up. 263 more words