The Master

2012

Action / Drama

278
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 85%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 60%
IMDb Rating 7.1 10 122141

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Cast

Philip Seymour Hoffman as Lancaster Dodd
Rami Malek as Clark
Jesse Plemons as Val Dodd
Amy Adams as Peggy Dodd
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by ethanstarkey 7 / 10

Started very strong...

But then bored me for the last half. Seems to be a trend that is fortunately changing.

Reviewed by marieltrokan 9 / 10

Freedom doesn't rely on tyranny to help make the case as to why freedom is better than tyranny; freedom does its own work

A strange casualness, is a normal strangeness. A normal strangeness is the illusion of normality and the illusion of strangeness.

The illusion of normality is the reality of strangeness. The illusion of strangeness is the reality of normality.

Normality is reality. Strangeness is fantasy. The reality of reality is pure reality. The reality of fantasy is the impurity of fantasy.

An impure fantasy is an impure strangeness - an impurity that's impure.

An impure impurity is a corrupt corruption. A corrupt corruption is a pure corruption.

A pure reality is a corrupt purity. A pure corruption is a corrupt purity.

The corruption of purity is a history. The history of a corrupt purity is not a corrupt purity - the history of a corrupt purity is a pure purity.

A purity can't be invaded. A pure purity is the non-invasion of a non-invasion.

A non-invasion is a freedom from invasion. A freedom from invasion a dependence on freedom. A pure purity is a dependence on freedom that's dependent on freedom.

A pure purity is the purity of freedom needing freedom: needing freedom is the purity of oppression.

An actual pure reality is one in which freedom is valuable because of the purity of oppression - the impurity of freedom.

Actual purity is when freedom forces itself to become tyrannical so that the experience of freedom is a welcome change.

Actual purity is when freedom hurts itself so that it can be the source of its own nature.

Actual purity is when freedom doesn't rely on outside forces to help the experience of freedom keep onto its status - freedom is willing to do the work in order to help itself be what it's supposed to be

Reviewed by qeter 5 / 10

Wanted to be something like Citizen Kane...

Seen at the Viennale 2017: the story is not right (to me). The master (played brilliantly by Seymour Hoffman, 10 stars for his acting!) is preaching his philosophy of the character-development of human beings. And his theories go far: happenings in past lifes have effect on today's life of a person. But in the story itself it all collapses down to a simple failed love in the current life of Freddie Quell (completely over-acted by Phoenix - no wonder, he did not get an Oscar). Who ever tried a similar treatment for his own psyche, knows that true problems go so much deeper, than a missed love! Anderson was not able to catch the complexity (and possible beauty) of his subject. And it's really a shame - The Master was filmed onto 70 mm. And the festival here in Vienna showed a 70 mm copy on analog projection. Beautiful pictures and easily understandable spoken words. Overall, a missed opportunity, because of a lousy script.

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