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Joaquin Phoenix

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  • Joaquin Phoenix in the zone

    "Inherent Vice" is an unconventional detective comedy-drama set in trippy 1970 Los Angeles. The first film adaptation of a Thomas Pynchon novel, it shows U.S. society as psychedelic disarray, everyone struggling to get, and keep, their unstable feet on...
  • Despite premise, stars, 'Inherent Vice' a disappointment

    "Inherent Vice" is an absurdist gag from the occasionally brilliant writer/director Paul Thomas Anderson, whose exquisite filmography runs from "Boogie Nights" to "There Will Be Blood." It's based on a crime comedy by acclaimed novelist Thomas Pynchon and...
  • Reel Critics: 'Selma' is a superb depiction of history

    Modern cinema is full of fictional comic book heroes fighting fictional villains. They survive wild exploits, but their phony lives are never really in jeopardy. In contrast, "Selma" recreates a tumultuous time in American history when true heroes rose up...
  • Paul Thomas Anderson struggles with Thomas Pynchon's 'Inherent Vice'

    When it comes to talking about Paul Thomas Anderson's adaptation of Thomas Pynchon's "Inherent Vice," the question is whether to hail the director for attempting the impossible or chide him for failing to accomplish the improbable. Anderson has managed...
  • Golden Globes 2015: Michael Keaton named top musical or comedy actor

    Golden Globes 2015: Michael Keaton named top musical or comedy actor
    Michael Keaton has added a new feather in his cap, winning the Golden Globe for lead actor in a comedy or musical motion picture with his performance as a washed-up movie star in Alejandro G. Inarritu's "Birdman." "Alejandro, there's not a person in...
  • Golden Globes 2015: A surprisingly mature broadcast

    Golden Globes 2015: A surprisingly mature broadcast
    The Golden Globes is all grown up. As the first gathering of Hollywood in the wake of the Sony hacking scandal and the terrorist attacks in Paris, the awards show known for boozy outrageousness admirably balanced humor with meaning, self-...
  • Michael Keaton wins Golden Globe for best actor in musical or comedy for 'Birdman'

    Michael Keaton has won the Golden Globe for best actor in a musical or comedy for "Birdman." Keaton, in a career-topping performance, plays an aging movie actor trying to exorcise his superhero past — and jumpstart his fading career — by...
  • Johnny Depp, others indulge esoteric side at Art of Elysium gala curated by Marina Abramovic

    If the Golden Globes are obvious — celebs, cameras, tuxedoes — the night-before Art of Elysium fundraiser is the ultimate in esoteric. Where the typical black-tie gala promises drinks, dinner and entertainment, the art charity's eighth annual...
  • Golden Globes: Who will win in key film categories? Our final predictions

    Golden Globes: Who will win in key film categories? Our final predictions
    The Golden Globes are mere hours away. As you read this, Hollywood A-listers are busy primping and plucking and plotting arrival strategies that avoid awkward red-carpet encounters. And then ... the awards themselves, maybe not the most interesting...
  • Amber Heard honored at Art of Elysium Heaven Gala

    Amber Heard honored at Art of Elysium Heaven Gala
    The event: The Art of Elysium's 8th annual Heaven Gala on Saturday wasn't an "event," organization founder Jennifer Howell told Hollywood A-listers, up-and-comers and other VIPs who attended. “This is an experience,” Howell said, as the...
  • Joaquin Phoenix rises to occasion in 'Inherent Vice'

    LOS ANGELES Joaquin Phoenix calls himself "selfish." He's talking about the thought process he uses when it comes to selecting scripts. With "Her" he challenged the modern concepts of relationships, while in "The Master" he pushed for more discussion...