Thursday, July 19, 2012

Official Trailer For Paul Thomas Anderson's ‘The Master' Released


Fresh off the recent release of the teaser poster and, with the film's release now just a little under 3 months away, the Weinstein Company and Annapurna Films tweeted that the first full length official trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master" was going to drop today at 8pm EST. If you follow our Twitter account, you'd have been expecting this as our detective skills are clearly on point. Waste no more time skimming what I have to say, select 1080p then press play. #internalrhymescheme

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31 comments:

  1. i already love the scene of him running through the field and falling...

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  2. Aside from the shot of PSH and Phoenix riding motorcycles in the desert (which looks straight outta one of Paul's favorite Films: "MELVIN AND HOWARD" (directed by Jonathan Demme). Aside from that shot, everything else seems not only Fresh and New for Paul Thomas Anderson but Fresh and New for Cinema in General.

    Seriously, this is some Next Level shit. I love how all the Close-Ups have Very dark Backgrounds that Highlight the actor's face. Only thing I didn't like is that it seems like it was NOT made in Widescreen : '(... But I could be wrong.

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  3. PTA is a LEGEND!!!

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  4. I'm in awe. This looks stellar even for PTA standards.

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  5. Tyler, about your comment re: NOT made in Widescreen, fear not. This thing was shot on 65mm.

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  6. it being shot in 65mm does NOT mean it is 2.35:1, Playtime is a film that comes to mind. if paul released the teasers in 1.85:1 and the studio is now releasing this trailer in 1.85:1, the film is almost definitely 1.85:1. I prefer 2.35 as well, but i'm sure he has his reasons for switching ratios, especially considering how outspoken a fan he is of composing for 2.35, maybe because 1.85 works better for tight CUs, which The Master apparently has many of.

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  7. Previous Link Died:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJ1O1vb9AUU

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  8. anyone knows the name the song at the end of the trailer?

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  9. The song at the end is:

    "No Other Love" - Jo Stafford (from 1950)

    Classic Love song from the 50's.

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  10. Joaquin Phoenix can become the Jack Nicholson of this generation...

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  11. Holy fuck! It's finally here. This looks phenomenal and I like how Johnny Greenwood shows a lot more range with the score. The cinematography looks great, even without Elswit. Hail The Master.

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  12. This must be at least three hours. Wish it we four!

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  13. anyone else think of the passenger with nicholson pretending to swim high up on the glider when phoenix is backwards over that boat rail with the water underneath him.

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    2. Trailer for THE PASSENGER: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nl_vc_IVFao

      That shot you mention with Joaquin Phoenix (At 2:03 in the Trailer), seems like a mix between: 0:35 and 1:35 in the Trailer for "The Passenger".

      But as I said before, It's just a nice reference that PTA borrows and add his own to it. No Big Deal.

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  14. ^ You know what... LOL Now that you mention it, it does look similar. Also, In the same way that Joaquin Phoenix being interviewed in the first trailer reminds me of Jack Nicholson getting interviewed in "One flew over the cuckoo's nest".

    But still... PTA always takes his references and makes them HIS OWN. As opposed to Tarantino whose references are much more obvious.

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  15. Yeah I was just making a observation ty ty I never said it was a big deal. Pt takes from many people as well as old quents. Altman Scorsese demme tati and many others its hard to be an original you just have to make things you're own.

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  16. And I know it looks similar that's why I said it it teas the first thing that came to mind

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  17. what about double life of veronique when jp puts his face up to the glass kinda made me think of kieslowski.

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  18. the "making it up as he goes along" line is the one that got all the scientologists butt-hurt, right?? they put it in the trailer - haha.

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  19. In the last shot you can see Joaquin's tattoo on his arm which he actually has. Seeing Daniel Day-Lewis's earring holes in TWBB still makes me incredibly happy.

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  20. At 1:25 in the trailer, when Master and Co. are packed into the elevator, the man standing behind Kevin J. O'Connor (Henry from TWBB) looks an awful lot like PTA.

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  21. ^ You're right, he really does.... But I don't think Paul ever does Cameos in his own movies or other's peoples movies. But it would be interesting to see if that IS REALLY HIM.

    I mean, if even TERRENCE MALICK made a cameo in BADLANDS and KUBRICK made a cameo in EYES WIDE SHUT then anything is possible.

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  22. Isn't Paul supposed to be playing a priest in the film? I remember hearing that would be his cameo a while back.

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  23. Great and all, but is PTA taking himself too serious now? Will he ever make a fun or funny film again? Not sure anymore.......

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  24. It has a pretty great comic tone for the last half of the trailer. The music and the motorcycle scene and Jaoquin pressed up against the wall and PSH hamming it up down the ship. I think it looks like there is a comic flair to this. And really, the trailer is great but it's obviously been cut by the weinstein team. It has that same feel that you would see from a weinstein trailer like Iron Lady, Kings Speech, any of those sorts of movies. And I kinda like the two previous trailers and have a feeling this trailer is not showing much of what this film will really feel like. I could be wrong but comparing this to the first two trailers it is very different. And I think it is PTA in the elevator. I cant believe its almost here. I already want to hear news about Inherent Vice. Maybe two PTA films in the next two years. Fingers crossed.

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  25. this film is going to probably be, for me, the greatest cinematic experience i'll ever have... i've admired paul ever since i saw magnolia and there will be blood at my friends house a few years ago and even just watching it on a television i was so transfixed on the screen and deeply moved by everything. and now that i actually get to see it in theaters i just keep counting down the days and re-watching the trailer a million times every day.. yup im obsessed lol.

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  26. This brief look into the movie brought tears to my eyes. So inspiring, and such a powerful basis for a story. I already feel for phoenix's character more than I do for a character that i'm with for 90 minutes or more.

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  27. That is not Paul in the elevator.

    Watch it in 1080p (like you should be in the first place) and you can see there are only slight similarities.

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  28. Certainly seems Paul has upped his game again, i must say I'm looking forward to what he's going to do with Inherent Vice already, I can't help it.

    After the formalist approach of There Will Be Blood which The Master seems to be following (though we'll have to see) I'm looking forward to a possible return to Boogie Nights territory with IV.

    Please check out my blog (below) for a complete PTA career retrospective located in the articles tab.

    Joe McDonagh Film

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