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  • 'Inherent Vice' a trippy beach noir set in '70s L.A.

    "Inherent Vice," Paul Thomas Anderson's trippy, trenchant satire, is very much a creature of Thomas Pynchon's biting deconstruction of the final daze of peace, love and understanding that gives the film its inspiration and its name.
  • The 'Vice' inherent in this mystery-comedy is its randomness

    "Inherent Vice" is a stoner "Chinatown" as directed by Wes Anderson, if Wes got sick midway through it and the darker Paul Thomas Anderson took over for the last acts. Actually, only one Anderson Paul Thomas ("The Master," "There Will Be Blood") tried to...

    Amy Adams, you worry too much! It's only 40 ...

    Amy Adams, you worry too much! It's only 40 ...
    Amy Adams is a self-proclaimed "mess." She's squirrely, self-loathing, obsessive, a worrier and a perfectionist — and those are just a handful of self-deprecating qualities that surfaced in her Vogue interview. "I'm a perfectionist," the 40-year-...

    Paul Thomas Anderson takes on 'Inherent Vice'

    Paul Thomas Anderson takes on 'Inherent Vice'
    If only Paul Thomas Anderson could remember what drew him to the story of "Inherent Vice" in the first place. Or, more specifically, by making a movie of cultural confusion, spiritual uncertainty and overall disorientation set in 1970 — perhaps...

    NYFF 2014: 'Inherent Vice' and the contemporary cult hit

    NYFF 2014: 'Inherent Vice' and the contemporary cult hit
    Paul Thomas Anderson's "Inherent Vice" world-premiered at the New York Film Festival on Saturday night, finally taking off the stove a mix of speculation and anticipation that in recent weeks had come to a full boil. Anderson's film, after all, is the...