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Interview: Paul Thomas Anderson (The Master)

Interview: Paul Thomas Anderson (The Master). By Simon Miraudo. Paul Thomas Anderson‘s reputation is such that merely uttering the titles of his six feature films should be enough of an introduction. Frankly, the press shy auteur would probably prefer his work speak for itself. He’s enjoyed a nearly unprecedented run of creative success since making […]

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Paul Thomas Anderson readies Inherent Vice after The Master

After a five year break between films it seems Paul Thomas Anderson fans will not have such a long wait for his next masterpiece. Empire reports the writer/director of the upcoming The Master is already hard at work on an adaptation of Thomas Pynchon’s Inherent Vice. Anderson describes his adaptation as a “Cheech and Chong […]

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The top 10 movies about movies

The top 10 movies about movies. By Simon Miraudo. At this year’s Oscars, the Academy decided to reward two pictures that were paeans to cinema itself: Michel Hazanavicius‘ silent saga of The Artist, and Martin Scorsese‘s tribute to Georges Méliès, Hugo (out now on DVD and Blu-ray). Such was the voters’ willingness to bestow them awards galore, you […]

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Roll with it – Skateland review

Skateland – Starring Shiloh Fernandez, Ashley Greene, and Haley Ramm. Directed by Anthony Burns. Rated M. By Hilary Simmons. Skateland is a Sundance-approved indie coming-of-age drama set in a small east Texas town in the 1980s. Ritchie (Shiloh Fernandez), the 19 year old assistant manager of the eponymous roller rink, can’t decide what to do […]

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