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The hypnotic and unconventional Phantom Thread

You won’t see much of the complete picture of Phantom Thread from watching the trailer. That can be a good and bad thing because it might discourage people from seeing it because this movie could easily be a boring stiff upper lip british society kind of movie with not much to offer except showing how rich upper class British society live in the ’50s era. 272 more words

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You Were Never Really Here Trailer: Joaquin Phoenix Brings The Pain In Dark New Thriller

Ahead of its release later this Spring, Film4 has released a UK trailer for Lynne Ramsay’s thriller You Were Never Really Here.

The film stars Joaquin Phoenix as a traumatized veteran who tracks down missing girls for a living. 270 more words

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Review: "Phantom Thread"

5 out of 5 stars.

Let me preface my review of Paul Thomas Anderson’s new film “Phantom Thread” by saying that my thoughts here will likely be incomplete.  883 more words

Film

Phantom Thread

In Paul Thomas Anderson’s films, people are collections of conflicting impulses that express themselves through behavioral patterns, driven less by will than they are by conscious and unconscious desire. 771 more words

Oscars Rewind: 10 Years Ago the Oscar Went to...

A Look Back at The 80th Academy Awards

https://panandslam.files.wordpress.com/2018/01/oscars-10-years-ago.m4a by Jason Koenigsberg

It is Oscar Season and some people hold the Academy Awards in very high regard as telling the general public what should be considered a great film. 1,894 more words

Editorials

Phantom Thread

Watching Paul Thomas Anderson films makes me come to terms with my utter lack of intelligence. I wish I was far more smart. I don’t want to become a stable genius; my desire is to have more brain thinking knowledge. 663 more words

Films

An Unusual Love Story You Won't Be Able To Resist: My Review of THE PHANTOM THREAD

From the moment I first saw the trailer for Phantom Thread, Paul Thomas Anderson and Daniel Day-Lewis’s second cinematic collaboration, I was hooked.

The trailer touched on all of the irresistible things I die for when it comes to cinema: 595 more words

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