Earlier this week, The Weinstein Company premiered three stylish new posters for Killing Them Softly. The Andrew Dominick adaptation of George Higgins’ crime novel Cogan’s Trade is set to arrive in theaters on November 30th. Today, we’re happy to reveal … READ MORE

This year, Quentin Tarantino’s Christmas present to the world is “Django Unchained,” the violent story of a slave (Jamie Foxx) on a mission to free his wife (Kerry Washington) from the plantation of the man who owns her (Leonardo DiCaprio). … READ MORE

  Who do you send in when a mob-enforced poker game gets robbed? Brad Pitt — with a shotgun. In the upcoming crime drama “Killing Them Softly,” Pitt plays Jackie Cogan, a man who looks to track down two individuals … READ MORE

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It’s a lofty statement, indeed, but it’s apt: With The Master, writer-director Paul Thomas Anderson, a filmmaker with a flawless filmography, has made his most challenging motion picture. The kind of film that’s abound with layered characters, intensely up-close-and-personal ventures … READ MORE

You may be a state trooper, you might be a young Turk You may be the head of some big TV network You may be rich or poor, you may be blind or lame You may be living in another … READ MORE

“The Master,” Paul Thomas Anderson’s imposing, confounding and altogether amazing new film, is partly concerned with the life and work of one Lancaster Dodd, leader of a therapeutic, quasi-religious cult known as the Cause. Dodd’s “process,” a stew of Freud, … READ MORE

Reviews of the new film The Master have ranged from acclaim to disdain. Almost all the critics, though, seem to admire the film’s music, composed by Jonny Greenwood. Greenwood’s story begins in the early 1990s, when he was playing the … READ MORE

n one literally hypnotic passage of “The Master,” Philip Seymour Hoffman’s crackpot messiah, Lancaster Dodd, turns a now-classic technique of Scientology on Freddie Quell, a lost soul who has lurched into his clutches. He forbids Freddie, played by Joaquin Phoenix, … READ MORE

The Master offers none of the awesome, convulsive ”I’m finished” climax of There Will Be Blood. Neither Lancaster Dodd, the crackpot-charismatic Pied Piper of self-actualization played by Philip Seymour Hoffman, nor Freddie Quell, the damaged, sozzled animal of a man … READ MORE