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Inherent Vice

inherentviceIn 1970, hippie private eye ā€œDocā€ Sportello (Joaquin Phoenix) looks into several events that are connected to the disappearance of a wealthy real estate developer in Californiaā€¦ The first screen adaptation of a Thomas Pynchon novel is true to its labyrinthine, energetic style. A special kind of audience will love its freewheeling attitude, the visual solutions and the eclectic soundtrack, but most will find the complicated (read pointless) plot too much of a snooze. A saving grace is the cast, especially Phoenix whoā€™s very funny as the hippie detective, and Josh Brolin as a crew-cut cop.

2014-U.S. 148 min. Color. Written and directed byĀ Paul Thomas Anderson. Novel: Thomas Pynchon. Cinematography: Robert Elswit. Cast: Joaquin Phoenix (Larry ā€œDocā€ Sportello), Josh Brolin (Christian F. ā€œBigfootā€ Bjornsen), Owen Wilson (Coy Harlingen), Katherine Waterston, Reese Witherspoon, Benicio Del Toroā€¦ Jena Malone, Maya Rudolph, Martin Short, Eric Roberts.

Trivia: Robert Downey, Jr. and Charlize Theron were allegedly considered for lead roles.

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