A countdown of each co-hosts lists of the ten best movies of 2017.
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In the lead-up to our Best of the Year episode, Lena Houst guest-hosts to discuss the miscellaneous achievements of 2017.
Justin Jagoe’s 2017 in review: A summation of the best (and worst) of the past year’s cinema.
Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘Inherent Vice’ is an intriguing, riotous dope noir that nonetheless feels emotionally inaccessible.
If you’re a Paul Thomas Anderson fan, you’ll want to check out this sensuous music video he directed for Fiona Apple’s “Hot Knife”.
Now on DVD/Blu-Ray, the deleted scenes from Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘The Master’ offer a glimpse behind the veil of the cutting room floor.
The third and final installment of the Film Misery Awards honors the Best Performances, Best Writing, Best Director and…. Best Picture!
In case you missed the Podcast, check out my top ten list and see why 2012 will be remembered as the year when my movie-going habits changed permanently.
In retrospect, Justin has concluded it’s actually been a pretty great year for movies!
Are the Oscars an optimistic crowd this year? Forward-thinking fare like “Lincoln”, “Argo”, and “Life of Pi” alter the mood of the race.
Alex and Phil return to podcasting to analyze Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘The Master’ and talk about what was missed while away.
Brief reviews of 3 films by directors with new releases this fall: ‘In Bruges’, ‘There Will Be Blood’, and ‘Fish Tank’.
‘The Master’ is a thoughtful meditation on truth that challenges the audience to take sides.
We are now in the post-Toronto portion of the awards calendar. How does that change the Oscar race?
With ‘The Master’ finally arriving in theaters, we look back at Paul Thomas Anderson’s consistently rising history with the Oscars.
Kim Ki-duk’s ‘Pietà’ won the Golden Lion at the 2012 Venice Film Festival, but Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘The Master’ inevitably gathered the most attention.
Our latest “Master Moments” essay defends the divisive final chapter to the Paul Thomas Anderson masterpiece ‘There Will Be Blood.’
‘To the Wonder’ gets mixed reviews while ‘The Master’ gets raves and each reaction gives us a glimpse at their Oscar hopes.
Paul Thomas Anderson’s upcoming film remains my most anticipated of the year.
The Weinstein Company gives us another clip reel in lieu of a full trailer.