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Paul Thomas Anderson might go down as one of the most important filmmakers of all-time. His work on films such as There Will Be Blood or Magnolia has ensured him a spot on many critics best directors list. His latest experimental character study, The Master, will surely go down as his most challenging film yet as he attempts to tell a troubling story about a lost Navy man who finds a glimpse of hope in a cult. The Master isn’t PTA’s best film, but it’s clearly one that is to be commended for its performances and visuals.

Freddie (Joaquin Phoenix) is a Navy man that’s been lost at sea for as long as he can remember. He’s got a slight obsession with sex and he continues to drink himself silly by way of homemade alcohol. His life is a complex one, full of loneliness and regret, »

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