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Review: Junun

How do you review a home movie with a great soundtrack? In a lot of ways that's precisely what Paul Thomas Anderson's Junun is. Anderson shot the footage earlier this year, chronicling a month-long recording session between Radiohead's Jonn...

 
 
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Review: Inherent Vice

I’m not educated enough to have an intelligent conversation about Inherent Vice. I’m smart enough, but to seriously wrestle with what Paul Thomas Anderson’s adaptation of Thomas Pynchon’s book is trying to do and say...

 
 
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First trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson's Inherent Vice

Paul Thomas Anderson's upcoming adaptation of Thomas Pynchon's novel Inherent Vice might just be the craziest, and best thing to come out this year. Just by looking at this trailer with its unique style, stupidly talented cast (Joaquin Pho...

 
 
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Flixist Awards 2012: Best Director

The 2012 Flixist Awards (known as the Golden Pterodactyls by those in the know) have arrived. Now that those far less important awards have come and gone, it's time to get down to the ones that really matter. We'll be spending the next week...

 
 
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PT Anderson hopes to shoot Inherent Vice in 2013

After making a divisive but remarkable inkblot of a movie with The Master, Paul Thomas Anderson hopes to get started on his next film in 2013: an adaptation of Thomas Pynchon's Inherent Vice. It's one of Pynchon's lighter novels -- his Cali...

 
 
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Check out these beautiful Turkish posters for The Master

If you haven't seen The Master, you've missed one of the most incredible films of the year. And if you have seen The Master, you'll especially appreciate these overseas posters for Paul Thomas Anderson's epic film. The posters are from Turk...

 
 
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Review: The Master

When I think of Paul Thomas Anderson's films, I usually think of them in terms of velocity. There's a certain kind of drive to them, the movies hurtling toward moments that express frailty and loneliness. There are set pieces (e.g., the "Go...

 
 
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PT Anderson's The Master sets box office record

Even though Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master only played in five theaters across the country, it set the box office on fire. The Master now has the highest per-screen average for a film with a traditional release. It made $736,311 over the...

 
 
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The Church of Scientology is plotting against The Master

The Church of Scientology continues its tradition of creepy, off-putting actions, this time targeting Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master. The New York Post reports that Scientologists have been "'inundating' the distributor, The Weinstein Co...

 
 
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Listen to Jonny Greenwood's score for The Master

With Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master coming out this week, a treat just popped up online. You can now stream Jonny Greenwood's score for The Master in its entirety. Greenwood previously scored Anderson's There Will Be Blood and also plays...

 
 
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PT Anderson adapting Thomas Pynchon's Inherent Vice next

Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master will finally hit theaters on September 14th, but he's already got his eyes set on his next project: an adaptation of Thomas Pynchon's 2009 stoner-detective novel, Inherent Vice. You may remember we reported...

 
 
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Trailer: The Master

Here it is, the final trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master. It's short, it's strange, it's percussive, and it's as foreboding as a mofo. "Mofo," of course, is an abbreviated combination of the words "motherf***ing," "foreboding," ...

 
 
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SF print for PT Anderson's The Master is the cat's PJs

Earlier in the week we shared two promo videos for Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master, which coincided with a special screening in San Francisco at the Castro Theater last Tuesday. In addition to film being shown in glorious 70mm, people who...

 
 
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Joaquin Phoenix loses his ship in new Master promo

Tonight Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master will be screening in 70mm at the Castro Theater in San Francisco. I was too slow to grab tickets, and you shouldn't bother trying because they're all gone, but there was a keen promo video for toni...

 
 
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Tracklist and details for The Master soundtrack

Ages ago we reported that Jonny Greenwood would be doing the score for The Master, marking the Radiohead guitarist's second collaboration with Paul Thomas Anderson. (He previously scored There Will Be Blood.) Yesterday the full tracklist fo...

 
 
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15 images from The Master, which isn't about Scientology*

More than a dozen new images from Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master surfaced over the weekend, giving us more glimpses of Joaquin Phoenix, Philip Seymour Hoffman, and Amy Adams. Perhaps most striking, though, is Phoenix looking like Ed Grim...

 
 
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Kaleidoscopic poster for P.T. Anderson's The Master

Last week a big batch of images from Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master surfaced, but we were asked to remove them for the time being. In lieu of those, here's a second poster for The Master, which is like the cast members viewed through a k...

 
 
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We're getting The Master one month earlier!

This is some of the happiest news I've heard all day. Previously on tap for an October 12th release, Paul Thomas Anderson's "about Scientology in everything but name alone" film The Master will begin attacking our brains in theaters on...

 
 
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Trailer: The Master

Confession time: I'm only a recent fan of Paul Thomas Anderson's. Starting with There Will Be Blood, I've slowly but surely come around to loving the man's work. He's a modern day Stanley Kubrick, which kind of explains why I like him so m...

 
 
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The Master reveals its first poster

If you've been paying attention to Paul Thomas Anderson's upcoming film The Master you know that the marketing department behind is doing some pretty interesting things. The last two (not) trailers for the (not) about-Scientology-or-L.-Ron-...

 
 
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Teaser: The Master

Last month brought us the first footage from Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master, introducing us to Joaquin Phoenix's character. Today's teaser/trailer/clip provides our first glimpse of Philip Seymour Hoffman in action as the title characte...

 
 
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Trailer: The Master

Ok, calling the first clip from Paul Thomas Anderson's not-about-Scientology-at-all-why-would-you-even-say-that picture The Master a "trailer" isn't precisely accurate, but having read the script (hint hint, it's amazing), this a...

 
 
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Confirmed: PT Anderson's The Master out October 12th

Earlier in the month we reported that Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master may be coming out in October. We can now confirm that rumor was true; you may commence dancing. The Master has an official limited release date of October 12th. It will...

 
 
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Behind the scenes pics from PT Anderson's The Master

As we're still waiting for more details about Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master to emerge, BlackBook recently published some fine behind-the-scene photos from the film. These pics taken by Jack Erling are of extras rather than the star...

 
 
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Jonny Greenwood is scoring PT Anderson's The Master

Good news, everyone: Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master is being scored by Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood. Greenwood also scored Anderson's There Will Be Blood, lending extra moodiness, ill-ease, and suffocation to the film. News of the Gr...

 
 
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Cinematographer chosen for PTA's The Master

There was a bit of wonder surrounding the Director of Photography job on Paul Thomas Anderson's next flick. After serving as cinematographer on every one of the director's films from Hard Eight through to There Will Be Blood, Robert Elswit ...

 
 




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