Official ‘Inherent Vice’ Trailer from Paul Thomas Anderson [82 Screenshots]

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Paul Thomas Anderson has finally come out of hiding with the first trailer for his latest film, Inherent Vice. Based on the novel by Thomas Pynchon in 2009, the movie revolves around a private investigator in 1970. The tone of the movie is definitely a departure from P.T. Anderson’s most recent, including The Master and There Will Be Blood. It has a pretty stellar casting too, consisting of Joaquin Phoenix, Owen Wilson, Reese Witherspoon, Josh Brolin, Martin Short, and Benecio Del Toro. Watch the trailer and check out the screenshots after the jump. Continue reading

Connect with ‘Her’ at Home on Blu-Ray and DVD May 13

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After an impressive Oscar run, Warner Bros. Home Enteratinment will be releasing Her on Blu-ray, DVD, and Digital HD on May 13. Winning the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay (Spike Jonze), Her was also nominated for Best Picture, Original Score (Arcade Fire), and Original Song (Karen O for “Moon Song”), and Production Design. Check out the list of special features you can find upon its release after the jump. Continue reading

‘Her’ Movie Review: An Incredibly Beautiful Story That Hits You Right in the Feels

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One could easily define a relationship as the inclusion of another person into their life, good or bad, whether as a friend, relative, co-worker, or romantic companion. And that definition can easily be expanded to include pets, places, and even inanimate objects; queue Office Space printer sequence. Spike Jonze’s Her explores this unique gift humans are able to forge between other people, places, and things in one of the best, most beautifully told stories of the year. Continue reading

Find Love in the New Trailer for Spike Jonze’s ‘Her’ (37 Screenshots)

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Is it possible to fall in love with in inanimate object? What if that inanimate object had a self-awareness that wanted to learn and develop a sense of being. Spike Jonze’s Her asks these fantastical questions in his latest film starring Joaquin Phoenix, as he steers us into the near-distant future where artificial intelligence is made possible. Watch the full-length trailer for this beautiful looking flick after the break. Continue reading