A Guide to Paul Thomas Anderson Movies Streaming on Netflix

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If you’re planning on seeing Inherent Vice today, here’s a warning: You’ll need multiple viewings to wrap your mind around what happens. You can chalk it up to its equally dense source novel of the same name, written by Thomas Pynchon, or you can attribute that to its director, Paul Thomas Anderson, a man who seems to get a kick out of filling your brain with more than you can process at once.
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Kevin Hart Doesn’t Like Being Called a ”Whore,” Charlie Sheen May Return to ‘Two and a Half Men’ + More of Today’s First Dibs

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Kevin Hart responds to Screen Gems president Clint Culpepper‘s unflattering comments, Ashton Kutcher hints at Charlie Sheen‘s return to Two and a Half Men, Best Buy apologizes for an insensitive tweet regarding  Serial, and more First Dibs.

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Surprisingly Profound Life Advice from the Greatest Movie Stoners

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Thanks to Paul Thomas Anderson‘s Inherent Vice, Doc Sportello (Joaquin Phoenix) will go down as one of the greatest movie stoners of all time. Based on Thomas Pynchon‘s protagonist in the novel of the same name, Phoenix’s Sportello is a hippie private eye who likes to toke up while pondering the world and solving the mystery of his missing ex-girlfriend. He’s also pleasant proof that stoners aren’t just a collection of nonsense and wasted days. Read more…

Naomi Grossman on Hollywood’s Superficial Nature and the Feminist Themes of ‘American Horror Story’

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As American Horror Story‘s Pepper, actress Naomi Grossman is breaking down Hollywood’s beauty standards. And after years of working, she’s finally getting the recognition she deserves on a high-profile series. But who is the woman behind Freak Show‘s most peculiar character? Read more…

James Franco and the ‘SNL’ Crew Spoof VH1, and It’s Hilarious

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VH1 brings pop culture, nostalgia, and sassy commentary together. We pride ourselves on this. Leave it to James Franco and the Saturday Night Live crew to spoof our own Greatest Lists series with “100 Greatest Guys,” a sketch that’s actually really funny.

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