1. "The epic uncool of Philip Seymour Hoffman": A masterful, epic profile of the late, beloved acting genius penned by The Dissolve's Nathan Rabin. “Hoffman doesn’t appear onscreen until 40 minutes into Paul Thomas Anderson’s 1997 breakthrough ‘Boogie Nights,’ and he doesn’t have as much screen time as the rest of the overstuffed cast. Show More Summary
Joaquin Phoenix is dapper as he attends a photo call for his latest film Inherent Vice at Hotel De Russie on Tuesday (January 26) in Rome, Italy. The 40-year-old actor was joined by screenwriter and director Paul Thomas Anderson as they also took part in a press conference for the flick, which is playing in [...]
Dope (dir. Rick Famuyiwa) Bursting with joyous cinematic energy, colour, pop music, pop culture we can't help compare Dope to the energy and verve of the first films of Spike Lee, Paul Thomas Anderson, Martin Scorsese and Quentin Tarantino. Show More Summary
Yesterday Heritage Foundation staffer and anti-gay marriage activist Ryan T. Anderson posted the above photo of himself, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, and former NOM chairman Robert George, who wrote the Manhattan Declaration, whose signees avow that they will disobey (somehow) the legalization of same-sex marriage. Show More Summary
Robert George is the cofounder (along with Maggie Gallagher) of the National Organization For Marriage. Ryan T. Anderson is a Heritage Foundation staffer and a top voice against marriage equality. Today, the two men managed to hug up against a...
If you do a little diving into the reviews for Paul Thomas Anderson’s new, highly misunderstood adaptation of the similarly virtuosic novel by Thomas Pynchon, Inherent Vice, bells start ringing. The movie is “stoned, a “twisty tale” that takes “foggy turns,” has “stoner vibes”; “nothing coheres,” there’s “more style than substance”;... More »
Inherent Vice writer/director Paul Thomas Anderson is known for making ultra-serious, lately very complicated movies for film lovers. It's highly unlikely, in this day and age of multi billion-dollar, summer blockbuster movies, that he'll ever make one of the highest-grossing films of the year. Show More Summary
PaulThomasAndersontalkedtoRollingStone aboutInherentViceandotherthings,andoneofthesubjectsbroughtupwasthecurrentstateofmovies.Whiledirectorsaredraggingeachother onwhatkindofsuperheromovieisimportant,orwhatcountsasa“real”movie,othersarewonderingwhentheinevitablecrashofpopularity isgoingtohappenwithcomicbookmoviefranchises.
The shiny, pink rompers of Rollergirl in Boogie Nights are the stuff my dreams are made of.
Paul Thomas Anderson is definitely considered a champion of cinema. He’s a guy who shot his last film on 70mm film, loves the medium, and makes movies with deep characters and complex themes. Recently, he’s began eschewing strict narrative in favor of a looser structures, too. Show More Summary
The cinematic genius loved 2014 in movies... even the superhero ones.
See Inherent Vice at the Guild 45th tonight at 4:45 and 8 pm 1) Pynchon's novel was adapted into this huge, gasping mammoth of a movie by the worthy Paul Thomas Anderson. See Inherent Vice tonight @ Guild 45th. 2) Reflecting on our broken...Show More Summary
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Paul Thomas Anderson adapts a Thomas Pynchon novel. Ryan Ingram review. The post Inherent Vice is a deeply strange film that probably shouldn’t exist appeared first on The Snipe News.
Paul Thomas Anderson’s adaptation of “Inherent Vice” bears the burden of his manifest devotion to Thomas Pynchon, but it’s second to his apparent devotion to Robert Altman. Rarely has a film trumpeted its subtexts so blatantly: Anderson...Show More Summary
Hanging with celebrated director Paul Thomas Anderson for a marijuana-themed screening of ‘Inherent Vice’ in legal weed’s world headquarters.
The Manhattan Beach apartment where Thomas Pynchon wrote Gravity's Rainbow looks exactly like all the other ones around it. There's no memorial placard or telltale chemtrail to mark the spot where that infamously incomparable novel first came to life. Show More Summary
Inherent Vice, Paul Thomas Anderson’s film adaptation of Thomas Pynchon’s book of the same name, expanded into theaters nationwide on Friday after a limited December release. The movie is an opaque, blissed-out exercise in “slacker noir,”...Show More Summary
Buckets of frogs. Flying bowling balls. Rick Springfield. Anderson is the master of capturing our messy, strange reality. Navigating Paul Thomas Anderson's universe is like trying to catch a bucketful of frogs while blasted on Acapulco Gold. (Hang tight, all will become clear.) Read Full Story