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Submitted by The_Game21x 844d ago | review

The Master (2012) Review | GUFUyourself

Trey Smith for GUFUyourself writes - "Every so often a movie comes along that is so good that it feels important. This isn’t because the director is trying to force its importance upon the audience, but because the movie is just so well made on every single level that it feels important, it feels like a movie that will matter for quite some time. Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest work “The Master” is one of these films. I’ve always thought of Anderson as a great director, perhaps one of the greatest contemporary directors, but his screenplays have never quite matched up to the power of his camera for me. “The Master” is an exception; it is truly his masterpiece, everything comes together in a glorious rhapsody that held be completely enthralled, both challenging and entertaining me, which for me is the pinnacle that all movies should hope to achieve." (Cinema, The Master) 5/5

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