Paul Thomas Anderson's Licorice Pizza—a coming-of-age tale set in early 1970s California—finds the auteur in decidedly chill, laid-back mode.
That Shelf's look back at our 100 favourite movies of the past 10 years continues with our biggest year so far: 2017!
Cody Crain joins Jeremy to watch the emotional epic that is MAGNOLIA!
Legendary magician, actor, and raconteur Ricky Jay (Boogie Nights, Deadwood) has died.
Aimee Mann isn’t one of the soundtrack MVPs of the modern era, but she did have an MVP outing with her contributions to 1999’s Magnolia soundtrack.
What are some of the best casino-themed movies of all time?
We talk to actress Katherine Waterston about her role in Paul Thomas Anderson's Inherent Vice.
A mystery without a mystery, Inherent Vice marks Paul Thomas Anderson's most playful work to date.
Led by Best Picture, Director, and Supporting Actress winner Boyhood, the Toronto Film Critics Association has announced their award winners for the best of film in 2014.
This week brings out some heavy hitters at the video store including Life of Pi, The Master, Hitchcock, Smashed, Playing for Keeps, This Must be the Place, and A Late Quartet.
The Toronto Film Critics Association has named the winners in their annual survey of film critics within the city and Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master came out a huge winner. Here's this year's results including a couple of surprise winners and the nominees for the Rogers Best Canadian Feature award to be determined on January 8th.
On the evening of his appearance at the TIFF Bell Lightbox to present the third part in his Pervert's Guide to Cinema series, we take a look at the work of psychoanalyst and philosopher Slavoj Zizek and how his theories can lead to deciphering what many believe to be one of the most obtuse films of the year: Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master.
The Master might be a movie of uncertainties, but it’s guaranteed that it will be the most widely discussed movie of 2012. Easy to admire, yet made in such a way that defies full comprehension (at least in a single viewing), folks will line up to spit out grand statements or theories about it’s greatness while haters will delight in tearing it down as a big beautiful beast of a movie signifying nothing. It reaffirms Paul Thomas Anderson's status as easily being one of the most intriguing (perhaps frustratingly so for some) directors around today.
As TIFF 2012 finishes up its first weekend, our ongoing coverage looks at The Master, To the Wonder, High Park on Hudson, End of Watch, Aftershock, Sightseers, The Crimes of Mike Recket, No One Lives, and Midnight's Children.