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2 hr 28 min

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Plot Summary:
In Los Angeles at the turn of the 1970s, drug-fueled detective Larry “Doc” Sportello investigates the disappearance of an ex-girlfriend.
Paul Thomas Anderson
Top Cast
Joaquin Phoenix as Larry “Doc” Sportello

Benicio Del Toro as Sauncho Smilax, Esq

Owen Wilson as Coy Harlingen

Reese Witherspoon as Deputy D.A. Penny Kimball

Inherent Vice 2014 720p.BluRay

937.84 MB
English 2.0

23.976 fps
2 hr 28 min
Seeds 3.

Inherent Vice 2014 1080p.BluRay

2.06 GB
English 2.0

23.976 fps
2 hr 28 min
Seeds 77.

Inherent Vice review

Reviewed by MOscarbradley

9 / 10

Absolutely essential
“Inherent Vice” is the first outright comedy that Paul Thomas Anderson has made and it’s only the second film he’s made based on someone else’s work, (in this case Thomas Pynchon, whose dialogue he has faithfully reproduced). Consequently the film has been somewhat side-lined and underrated so while it may not be “Magnolia”, “There Will Be Blood” or “The Master” it is still head and shoulders above anything else out there at the moment. The plot may be virtually impenetrable, (but then who gives a toss about plot these days), yet as a snapshot of a drug-fueled LA in 1970 this is close to priceless. If Anderson was Altman in a previous life then this is his “The Long Goodbye” by way of Howard Hawks’ “The Big Sleep”.

When I said the plot was impenetrable I think I should have said it was more or less irrelevant since it is easily summed up in the opening and then conveniently disappears down a rabbit-hole. ‘Doc’, (a terrific Joaquin Phoenix), is a spaced-out PI ‘hired’ by former girl-friend Shasta, (newcomer Katherine Waterston), to track down missing billionaire Michael Wolfmann, (Eric Roberts), whom she believes has been kidnapped by his own wife. He isn’t very far into the investigation when he wakes up beside a corpse and finds himself surrounded by the fuzz, chief among whom is one Bigfoot Bjornsen, (a never better Josh Brolin). After that you really need to pay very close attention or just go with the flow as more and more characters slip in and out of the frame and an organization called ‘The Golden Fang’ begins to loom large. Oh, and I did mention this was a comedy and a very funny one, too. It’s the kind of surreal, psychedelic comedy movies don’t do these days and in that respect it’s another throwback to independent Ameriican movie-making in the seventies.

As well as Phoenix and Brolin, both at the top of their game, there is Reese Witherspoon as a promiscuous Assistant DA, an amazing Martin Short as a very peculiar dentist, (and on screen for much too short a time), Owen Wilson as some kind of whistle-blower, (at least I guessed that was what he was), not to mention cameos from the likes of Jeannie Berlin and Jefferson Mays. It’s a fun film though it might confound Anderson devotees and anyone who thought him incapable of doing anything other than “The Master” or “Magnolia” and, of course, it looks the part. As well as being a great writer, Anderson has always been a great visual stylist and here DoP Robert Elswit imbues the film with a Vilmos Zsigmond hue. Yes, this is a film that isn’t just set in 1970 but which could have been made then, too. It may not be Anderson’s best work but it is absolutely essential nevertheless.Read More

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