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Started by Punch Drunk Hate, November 30, 2017, 10:49:34 PM

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wilberfan

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Tdog

I can't argue with that Top 3 but everything else I'd have to go through and figure out.

eward

That Joaquin in IV isn't included kinda invalidates the whole thing for me.

wilberfan

Don't you wish we were having this much fun?

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kingfan011

Quote from: wilberfan on January 07, 2020, 07:54:58 PM
Don't you wish we were having this much fun?

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Wonder who the woman is and where that is?

WorldForgot


wilberfan

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Alma

At the New Beverly screening of Uncut Gems last night with the Safdies. Apparently Vicky Krieps was there as well.

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Alma

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WorldForgot

Quote from: Alma on February 11, 2020, 01:09:12 PM
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QuoteForeword by the Safdie Brothers

A heavily illustrated mid-career monograph exploring the 30-year creative journey of the 8-time Academy Award–nominated writer and director

Paul Thomas Anderson has been described as a true auteur and among the foremost filmmaking talents of his generation. His films have received 25 Academy Award nominations, and he has worked closely with the finest actors of our time, including Daniel Day-Lewis, Joaquin Phoenix, and Philip Seymour Hoffman. In Paul Thomas Anderson: Masterworks, Anderson's entire oeuvre—from Boogie Nights (1997), There Will Be Blood (2007), and The Master (2012) to his music videos for Radiohead to his early short films—is examined in illustrated detail for the first time.

Anderson's influences, his style, and the recurring themes of reinvention, alienation, destiny, and ambition that course through his movies are analyzed and supplemented by firsthand interviews with Anderson's closest collaborators and illuminated by film stills, archival photos, original illustrations, and a vibrant, engaging design aesthetic.

pynchonikon

Quote from: Alma on February 11, 2020, 01:09:12 PM
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This is a dream coming true. Usually I'm a bit skeptical with such publications about artists that are still active (with hopefully a lot of years and films to come), but this is an exception. A future classic.