Watch: Joaquin Phoenix is Paranoid in Second 'Inherent Vice' Trailer
Most general audiences probably won't get to see Paul Thomas Anderson's latest film, the quirky comedy mystery Inherent Vice, until January, but this week it gets an awards qualifying run in limited theaters. And that means it's time for a new trailer showing off the twisted but amusing 1970s world from Thomas Pynchon's novel of the same name. Joaquin Phoenix plays private eye Doc Sportello, who gets caught up in something big. This movie looks delightfully odd, almost like if Wes Anderson went way darker with his films. This one won't be for everybody, but I'm in. See if there's an advanced screening in your city below!
Here's the second trailer for Paul Thomas Anderson's Inherent Vice from Warner Bros. Pictures:
See if there's an advanced screening of Inherent Vice in your city on December 13th right here.
Described as "a Cheech and Chong movie", Inherent Vice is an adaptation of Thomas Pynchon's novel about stoner private eye Doc Sportello in a 1970's "part noir, part psychedelic romp" detective story. In Los Angeles in 1970, drug-fueled detective Doc Sportello (Joaquin Phoenix) investigates the disappearance of a former girlfriend. The cast also includes Josh Brolin, Reese Witherspoon, Martin Short and Katherine Waterston. Warner Bros premiered the Paul Thomas Anderson film at the New York Film Festival and it hits select theaters starting on December 12th this week, before getting a wider release in January 2015.
Reader Feedback - 6 Comments
Dont know about U guys, but this movie looks terrific !!
Tester on Dec 9, 2014
This looks really funny, and as always Joachim is over the top (in a good way)
TheOct8pus on Dec 9, 2014
Great stuff. Up in smoke.
DAVIDPD on Dec 9, 2014
Gonna be a new fav of mine! And i love period movies. Cant wait.
Sascha Dikiciyan on Dec 9, 2014
I need to see this immediately.
Jonathan on Dec 9, 2014
well, it's gonna be nice ride and, hell, I intend to enjoy it...
shiboleth on Dec 10, 2014
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