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The Master (2012) Review


The Master follows a lost, deranged man named Freddie Quell (Joaquin Phoenix). Psychologically damaged in the second world war, Quell returns to the US but finds it impossible to hold on to jobs. 637 more words


Looking Back: The Immigrant

James Gray’s new film, The Lost City of Z, is currently showing in theaters and is making some waves. I thought it might be worthwhile to dust-off my review of his previous picture, 2013’s 

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The Village

I am a tad bit late on getting to finally watch this movie after so many years of wanting to see it. I mean common, the whole concept of something eerie going on in some little community out in the woods just sounds like a cool idea for a film. 903 more words

Movie Reviews

Rooney Mara/Mary Magdalene makes smoking look cool

I know nothing about this movie. There’s no wiki on it, there’s barely an IMDB – just a tentative November 2017 release date and a blurb about it being the story of Mary Magdalene (I do heart Chiwitel playing Peter. 100 more words


We Own the Night

Released 2007 Rating (UK) 15 Source of story An original screenplay Writer/s Script James Gray Director James Gray Starring 157 more words

The Master

Paul Thomas Anderson is one of the greatest theatrical minds of my time. He writes, directs, and produces nearly everything that he works on. He works with A-list actors that he coaxes flawless performances out of. 303 more words


O Mentor: Paul Thomas Anderson não sabe fazer maus filmes

O Mentor (2014) é um filme estranho. Há um clima de tensão evidente e que deixa o espectador em constante sobressalto, mas, visto em retrospectiva, percebemos que as cenas de violência física são raras e caricaturais. 396 more words