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No Country for Old Men (movie)

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  • 'Inherent Vice': Paul Thomas Anderson on His Trip Through Thomas Pynchon's L.A.

    "What are we talking about? I'm lost," says Paul Thomas Anderson midway through a lunch interview, as he runs a hand quizzically through his unkempt brown hair. It's a reminder that a conversation with Anderson can be akin to one of his own movies: a jam-packed jostle of characters, ideas, exuberant digressions and narrative curlicues that somehow align to form an inimitable whole. Still picking through his appetizer course, Anderson has already held forth on his love for Lena Dunham, "The Hunger Games," his inability to read books that friends give him as gifts, and his habit of walking on the outer edges of his feet. But mostly, we are talking about "Inherent Vice," Anderson's seventh feature film -- the first-ever authorized screen adaptation of a novel by National Book Award-winning author Thomas Pynchon.
  • Brolin has a little two-fisted fun as 'Bigfoot' the cop in 'Inherent Vice'

    "Luckily," Josh Brolin growls, "I don't take these characters personally." Sometimes he's the "No Country for Old Men" anti-hero, sometimes Brolin plays villains ("American Gangster"), corrupt to the core. But if you want him to pick up another badge, if...

    Genre movies that have won best picture

    Genre movies that have won best picture
    "Wings," action-adventure (1927) "The Broadway Melody," musical (1929) "Cimarron," western (1931) "It Happened One Night," comedy (1934) "The Great Ziegfield," musical (1935) "You Can't Take It With You," comedy (1938) "Going My Way,"...

    Best picture Oscar contenders often break the genre film barrier

    There is a long-running misconception that members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences love only underdog biopics, literary adaptations and anything in which Meryl Streep speaks with an accent. But if you look at the list of the 500-plus...

    Coen Brothers comedy 'Hail, Caesar!' to open in February 2016

    Coen Brothers comedy 'Hail, Caesar!' to open in February 2016
    Mark your Julian calendar: "Hail, Caesar!," the upcoming comedy from Joel and Ethan Coen, has been scheduled for release Feb. 5, 2016, from Universal Pictures, the first time in a decade the Coens will bring out a movie in the first quarter. Set...