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Punch-Drunk Love - 2002

Remember when you saw “The Truman Show”, “Lost in Translation” or “Dead Poets’ Society” for the first time. It was a bit of a shock wasn’t it, seeing a great comedy actor (Jim Carrey, Bill Murray and Robin Williams respectively) take on a more serious role and gives one of his finest performances to date. 494 more words


Podcast Episode 3 - "Inherent Vice"

Some of us loved it, some of us hated it, a few of us understood it, and at least one of us walked away from it being utterly confused. 23 more words

Paul Thomas Anderson

The Music of Paul Thomas Anderson by Sarah Cook

Today Sarah Cook from I’m With Geek has taken a look at the music which features in Paul Thomas Anderson’s work…

Paul Thomas Anderson is a master, with that pun being very much intended. 699 more words


nice vice?

///- perhaps a 2nd viewing is necessary

Non-Review Review: Inherent Vice

In many ways, Inherent Vice resembles its central character – former-hippie-turned-private-investigator Larry “Doc” Sportello.

Inherent Vice is prone to ramble and meander, stumbling across its central conspiracies as much by fate as by actual investigation. 1,318 more words


Magnolia Character Analysis by Julia Van Valkenburg

Today Julia from Catch*All has stopped by to talk about the characters in Anderson’s classic film Magnolia… (be warned there are heavy spoilers ahead) … 961 more words


[11] Inherent Vice - Best Adapted Screenplay

“Inherent Vice”

Ever year that there is a Paul Thomas Anderson film released, everyone looks to the Oscars to see what he or the film will be nominated for, as this ends up being Anderson’s sixth nomination.

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2015 Oscar Challenge