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Robert Downey Jr.'s Live-Action 'Pinocchio' Just Got Very Interesting

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Team Downey reportedly snags Oscar-winner/genius P.T. Anderson to write a new version of the classic tale.Read Full Story

The Top 10 Movies of 2014

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Sony Pictures Classics | Fox Searchlight | The Weinstein Company Another strong year for film has come to a close. We've seen two Bible movies, three musicals, lots of superheroes, lots of huge franchises, and a comedy about North Korea, a country without a sense of humor. Yes, 2014 was filled with fun and controversy at the movies. These are the best I witnessed: 1 The Grand Budapest Hotel For Wes Anderson: His timing is so sharply honed now, it's easy to take for granted the immensity...Read Full Story

Rudderless 'Inherent Vice' is Still Plenty Groovy

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Paul Thomas Anderson's stoned noir is high comedy and beautifully weird.Read Full Story

Joaquin Phoenix Goes Hippie Noir in First Trailer for 'Inherent Vice'

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He's just a laid-back private detective who might get nominated for an Oscar.Read Full Story

Zimbio Review - 'The Master,' A Laborious, Ultimately Fulfilling Experience

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(The Weinstein Co. | Getty Images) The Bottom Line Should you see it? Yes. Why? The performances alone warrant your attention, but the subtle grace with which Anderson tackles the subject of religion and the kinds of people it attracts is at once compelling and admirable. Shoulders haunched, his face twisted as if in perpetual pain, Freddie Quell has just been diagnosed with a mental disorder and set loose in the aftermath of WWII. In Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master, the past is the...Read Full Story