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  1. Persona

    Magnolia (1999)

    I'm posting this for Matt and anyone else who's interested. This is Doug's article on Magnolia. The Article is from PTAnderson.com [updated EDIT: Link broken.] Magnolia: Spirituality in Film And it is in the humble opinion of this narrator that this is not just "something that happened." This cannot be "one of those things..." This, please, cannot be that. These strange things happen all the time. These words, spoken in the beginning of Paul Thomas Anderson's Magnolia, inaugurate the movie's unpredictable narrative that many reviewers claim is a comment on "chance" as a part of life. H
  2. Tyler

    Phantom Thread

    Not a lot of info yet, but still exciting.
  3. Okay saw PDL finally, and was sooooo ready to love it. But I just thought it was okay. I felt like it had interesting characters but never really developed or explored any of them. I like Anderson's films, and have always thought that his strength (unlike Payne and Jonez) is that his dispicable characters become friends because we get to know them so well. Three hours will do that for ya. But in 96 minutes I felt like I had just met this guy and all the sudden it was over. Perhaps Anderson has been criticized for his lengthy films and is overcompensating. But I wanted more. I walked away fro
  4. Anderson working on 'Master' "There Will Be Blood" writer-director Paul Thomas Anderson is working on his next project, a period drama to star Philip Seymour Hoffman as a founder of a new religious organization in the 1950s. The project is set up at Universal, which will make a decision about whether to greenlight the pic, with a $35 million budget, once Anderson delivers a finished script. Hoffman, who has played supporting roles in most of Anderson's past films, this time will be at the center, playing "the Master," as in "master of ceremonies," a charismatic intellectual who hatches a fai
  5. Achtung! Paul Thomas Anderson wants to adapt the Thomas Pynchon novel Inherent Vice?
  6. ...according to ptanderson.com, which says its source is quite reliable, it looks like Paul will be adapting the Upton Sinclair novel...Oil! And to top it off, looks like Daniel Day-Lewis is gonna star. Sign me up, sign me up, sign me up! Where can I get my ticket?
  7. Guest

    Hard Eight (1996)

    Whjile laid up with a bum foot the last few days, I watched a lot of movies, one of which was Magnolia--again--by Paul Thomas Anderson. In its aftermatfch, I realize I have never seen Hard Eight. Can I get some of you folks to weigh in on this one for me? What can I expect from the director who later made Boogie Nights and Magnolia? Thanks
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