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Watch: 6 Minute Tribute To The Films Of Paul Thomas Anderson

The Playlist By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist July 9, 2014 at 5:08PM

It's still a long road to anyone seeing Paul Thomas Anderson's highly anticipated "Inherent Vice"....or is it? According to Jeffrey Wells over at Hollywood Elsewhere, some folks have managed to be lucky enough to see the film and the feedback has apparently been that it's “brilliant and mesmerizing in an atmospheric, non-linear sort of way”—which is basically what we'd expect from a Thomas Pynchon adaptation.
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Paul Thomas Anderson

It's still a long road to anyone seeing Paul Thomas Anderson's highly anticipated "Inherent Vice"....or is it? According to Jeffrey Wells over at Hollywood Elsewhere, some folks have managed to be lucky enough to see the film and the feedback has apparently been that it's “brilliant and mesmerizing in an atmospheric, non-linear sort of way”—which is basically what we'd expect from a Thomas Pynchon adaptation. Moreover, there are apparent rumblings that a New York Film Festival premiere could be in the works...

Anyway, something to consider while you wait, but in the meantime, this video tribute to PTA's films by Randall Star should at least hold you over. It's nicely cut six minutes going through PTA's catalog, scored with Jon Brion's music from "Magnolia" providing the backdrop along with "Momentum" by Aimee Mann. Watch below. [Frequency]

This article is related to: Paul Thomas Anderson, Inherent Vice


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