Tag: Amy Adams

Let the Right Light In: On Escapism, Coping Mechanisms and Master Projections in Paul Thomas Anderson’s ‘The Master’

“The processing conversation is perhaps the most telling sequence of all, as Quell submits to The Master — the Master Projection — and acknowledges his own self-deception.”

The Absurdity of Our World: Tom Ford’s ‘Nocturnal Animals’

“With great color, style and technique, Ford haunts the audience with the disappointments of our absurd world.”

The Golden Globe Nominations Revealed: QVH’s Early Film Predictions

Q.V. Hough Lists His Favorites for the January 11 Show