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Jeremy Blackman, Tom Cruise, Philip Baker Hall, Philip Seymour Hoffman View All


Paul Thomas Anderson (Screenplay), Paul Thomas Anderson (Director) View All

Release: Dec. 10th, 1999
Runtime: 3 hours, 8 minutes
An epic mosaic of many interrelated characters in search of happiness, forgiveness, and meaning in the San Fernando Valley.
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55 Magnolia
This isn't a movie review. I just wanted to know if everyone understood and caught all the little things. The frogs, 82's, flowers, magnolias, frogs...Do you know why it's called Magnolia, why it ra...

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Magnolia is a film that totally works for me and just like Paul's other work, I think this will be a film that I'll gladly revisit many more times in the future.
Inside the very core of the film, this is a fairly calm and collected story, which ends up feeling far more complex and meticulously calculated than formerly anticipated, especially considering how the story is actually about human examination and not explosive annihilation, which would be the easy ....
I know that many people feel Anderson is the voice of his generation but I've got to say that outside of There Will Be Blood (which I thought was fantastic) I don't really feel like his films speak to me personally.
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