Tag Archives: Paul Thomas Anderson

December 06

Magnolia – Falling frogs and coincidence, Paul Thomas Anderson Style. (Film Review)

After being so impressed with Paul Thoms Anderson’s film The Master, I decided to plonk myself down in front of his previous works. I already reviewed Punch Drunk Love, which I enjoyed a great deal.  The next film for me in the list was Magnolia. Magnolia is a complex film packed with symbolism and imagery that for a freudian […]

November 20

Punch Drunk Love – Paul Thomas Anderson and the Rom-Com. (Film Review)

Seeing as I was so impressed with The Master, I thought I’d check out all the other Paul Thomas Anderson (or PTA as I see he’s being called around the traps) films this week and be the last person to get on board with a fantastic contemporary director. I just watched Punch Drunk Love, the […]

November 12

“The Master” review – Paul Thomas Anderson and the Death-Drive

One of the best ways to avert a certain kind of controversy is by allowing another kind to take its place. In other words, when you are going to write a controversial book, film or piece of music, if you want to avoid the controversy, overlap it with another controversy that will divert critics and […]