Posts Tagged ‘Paul Thomas Anderson’

Review: Phantom Thread

— by RON WILKINSON — Announced by Daniel Day-Lewis as his last film, the three-time Oscar-winner has opted to go out with dignity and grace. Nominated for a Golden Globe, and backed up by a Globe-nominated score by Jonny Greenwood, watching “Phantom Thread” is like walking through an[...]

Five must-see movies from top directors

— by CRAIG SMITH — This year has a lot in store for movie fans, with new films coming in 2018 from some of the finest directors in history, including Steven Spielberg, Woody Allen, Paul Thomas Anderson, Guillermo del Toro and Terry Gilliam. Everyone is going to be making a point of seein[...]

Review: Inherent Vice

— by RON WILKINSON — Those who have read any of Thomas Pynchon’s intractable tails must have been amazed that Paul Thomas Anderson would take on the hazardous task of transforming his 2009 novel into a movie. Continuing Pynchon’s ongoing war against the establishment, the “Inhe[...]

Paul Thomas Anderson Headed Back to Work

— by JASON EAKEN — Last week, the new film from writer/director Paul Thomas Anderson was announced, and already there is much buzz and speculation about the project (see the Variety article here), tentatively titled, “The Master.” Philip Seymour Hoffman will star as[...]