Thursday, January 6, 2022

Inherent Vice (USA: Paul Thomas Anderson, 2014)


Inherent Vice (USA: Paul Thomas Anderson, 2014: 148 mins)

Bernstein, Arielle and Nelson Carvajal. "The Inherent Vice in Paul Thomas Anderson's Films: A Video Essay." Press Play (January 2, 2015)

Brody, Richard. "Paul Thomas Anderson's Nostalgia Trip." The New Yorker (January 9, 2015)

Donelan, Loretta. "New Inherent Vice Trailer Is Painfully ‘70s, But How Does It Stack Up to Other Trailers From That Decade? — VIDEO." Bustle (January 9, 2015)

Jack's Movie Reviews. "Paul Thomas Anderson - Finding a Purpose In Life." (Posted on Youtube: March 11, 2017)

Jones, Kent. "What’s Up, Doc?" Film Comment (November/December 2014) ["The dream horizons and phantom vibes of 1970 California are brought tangibly close in Paul Thomas Anderson’s spaced-out private investigation."]

Knudsen, Tyler. "What I learned (about filmmaking) from watching Inherent Vice." (Posted on Youtube: December 10, 2014)

Lane, Anthony. "Swinging Seventies: Inherent Vice." The New Yorker (December 15, 2014)

Lee, Kevin B. "The Career of Paul Thomas Anderson in Five Shots." (Posted on Vimeo: 2013)

Morgan, Kim. "Inherent Vice." The New Beverly Cinema (May 16, 2017)

"Paul Thomas Anderson." The Close Up #1 (November 2014)

Ratcliff, Travis Lee. "The Legacy of Paranoid Thrillers." (Posted on Vimeo: June 2017) ["Paranoid thrillers are constant in cinema's history, but at any given moment they reflect our specific anxieties back to us and reveal how we feel about our institutions. Here, I explore how paranoid thrillers crystalized as a genre in American cinema and examine the possibility of a contemporary renaissance in conspiracy fiction."]

Ratzlaff, Jeremy. "Paul Thomas Anderson: A Chronological Timeline." (Posted on Vimeo: November 2015)

Sabo, Lee Weston. "Peace Out and Fuck You: Paul Thomas Anderson’s Inherent Vice." Bright Lights Film Journal (January 20, 2015)

The Directors Series - Paul Thomas Anderson [Part 4] from FilmFrontier on Vimeo.

The Directors Series- Paul Thomas Anderson [Part 5] from FilmFrontier on Vimeo.

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