Thomas Pynchon

The actor who no longer wants to act wrote a novel called “Bob Honey Who Just Do Stuff,” and somehow it gets worse from there.
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If F. Scott Fitzgerald was alive today and writing, his income would be roughly half a million dollars a year. In his prime writing days, Fitzgerald was pulling in well over ten thousand dollars a year on short stories alone.
Inherent Vice squanders a strong start in an orgy of wheel-spinning. Perhaps Anderson is indulging himself with one of those lengthy jokes in which the punchline is that there's no punchline.
The desire to make another film with Anderson was not the only reason Phoenix jumped into “Inherent Vice,” he said. After
Making a film is the art of retroactive hypnotism. And there is no greater cinema hypnotist than Paul Thomas Anderson. It's rare to see a movie simultaneously this interesting and this good; this incoherent and this profound; this frustrating and this enjoyable.
There are films that make you want to run to the bookstore or, in reality, Amazon.com. Any Jane Austen or Dickens adaptation. Atonement. Requiem for a Dream perhaps. Then there is Paul Thomas Anderson's adaptation of Thomas Pynchon's Inherent Vice.
3. "Repo Man," directed by Alex Cox (1984) "Manson just fucked everything up for all these folks," Anderson said. "Used to
Jacobs: "Inherent Vice" was without a doubt the most enigmatic movie of the New York Film Festival lineup. We'd seen the
After months of not knowing much about "Inherent Vice" beyond its cast list and what's in Thomas Pynchon's 2009 novel, the
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Now that we know a little too much about Salinger, will the real Thomas Pynchon please step forward. It is time, Tom. I get it, the work is the message, the gift.
Does anyone know about a Thomas Pynchon t-shirt offered for sale sometime around 1970? The whole t-shirt campaign for Bleeding Edge is making me wonder.
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What if reading Elmore Leonard, F. Scott Fitzgerald or any great author could help you find a job?Sounds crazy. Or at best a gimmick. Until you start thinking about what really helps people find jobs.
"Will perpetrators be revealed, forget about brought to justice? Will Maxine have to take the handgun out of her purse? Will
Reese Witherspoon has used the weeks after her arrest in Atlanta for disorderly conduct to reunite with some of the collaborators behind her biggest success. Just one week after agreeing to star in "Three Little Words" with "Walk the Line" director James Mangold, Witherspoon has attached herself to appear opposite "Walk the Line" co-star Joaquin Phoenix in "Inherent Vice." "Walk the Line," as fans will recall, earned Witherspoon her first and only Academy Award for Best Actress.
"Inherent Vice" would count as one of Anderson's most star-studded efforts since 1999's "Magnolia," which featured everyone