Saturday, September 14, 2013

'The Master' Was Released 1 Year Ago Today

Paul Thomas Anderson's six feature-length motion picture The Master was formally released into the world one year ago today, on September 14th, 2012. Time flies, right? To commemorate this occasion, here's every available trailer for the film. Have a good weekend, everyone!




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"The Master" is now available on Blu-ray and DVD

6 comments:

  1. Still hoping Phillip Seymour Hoffman makes it into Inherent Vice, even if its just a cameo

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    1. i hope he will to..but there are no roles left for him ..it seems they are all taken

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  2. Following this movie from trailer to screen was one of the best movie experiences I've had. I ended up seeing it a total of 4 times in theaters. And who could forget the 70mm screenings?

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  3. "Paul Thomas Anderson and Maya Rudolph, who have reportedly welcomed their fourth child into the world" (last post...)

    "Paul Thomas Anderson's six feature-length motion picture The Master was formally released into the world one year ago today" (this post!)

    Everything PTA does is like having a special baby granting the world with it's presence! Rock on! Babies rock! Wooo! *imagines babies and reels of film dancing together in the mystical sunlight*

    (Just saw The World's End so I'm imagine them dancing to this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVGf3ePIO04)

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  4. I'm from the UK so i frustratingly had to wait until mid-November to see it, but i made sure i went to the Odeon West End in London to see it in 70mm. It was about 11am and i was one of only 6 or 7 people in this massive cinema. At some point towards the end of its run there (early December?), i heard the print got a scratch, and i cannot remember how many 70mm prints were in the UK? 2 maybe?? Anyway, its my favourite film. Good memories.

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