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Philip Seymour Hoffman retrospective at NYC's Museum of the Moving Image

Running 16 September to 2 October 2016

From Time Out: It’s hard to believe that Philip Seymour Hoffman is two years gone—he’s still at work in my mind. 162 more words

20th Century

BBC names David Lynch's Mulholland Drive the best film of the 21st century

Someone send a bottle of champagne to David Lynch.

Today, the BBC unveiled its list of the 100 greatest films of the 21st century, and No. 756 more words

News

BBC Culture Critics' Poll Names David Lynch's 'Mulholland Drive' Best Film of 21st Century

David Lynch is perhaps somewhat overexposed at this point — blame ongoing Twin Peaks mania, I guess — so it’s easy to forget just how strange and wonderful his work is. 141 more words

Film

Inherent Vice (2014)

A pot-smoking Private Investigator is visited by his ex-girlfriend who asks for his help foiling a plot to have her wealthy new beau committed to a mental institution by his wife and her lover. 139 more words

Film

Movie Mondays #7 - Punch Drunk Love

As part of our Ultimate Playbill project, each week a faculty member will take the time to extol the virtues of one of the beloved films on this list. 1,439 more words

Movies

Amy Adams Weekends - The Master (2012)

Director: Paul Thomas Anderson

Writer: Paul Thomas Anderson (Screenplay)

Starring: Philip Seymour Hoffman, Joaquin Phoenix, Amy Adams, Ambyr Childers, Rami Malek, Jesse Plemons

 

Plot: A Naval veteran arrives home from war unsettled and uncertain of his future – until he is tantalized by The Cause and its charismatic leader. 594 more words

Drama

Punch-Drunk Love - Review

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Paul Thomas Anderson, is there ever a day in which your brilliance is going to cease to amaze me? Given his excellent track record prior to Punch-Drunk Love, it would already be a risky move for him to cast Adam Sandler in a leading role because Sandler’s comedic schtick is rather juvenile to a point where sometimes it can be unbearable, but instead something more comes out. 1,104 more words

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