The Master (2012)

The Master 2012

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 Writers: Paul Thomas Anderson
 Story: Returning from Navy service in World War II, Freddie Quell drifts through a series of breakdowns. Finally he stumbles upon a cult which engages in exercises to clear emotions and he becomes deeply involved with them.
 Awards: Nominated for 3 Oscars. Another 81 wins & 107 nominations.
 Did you know: James Franco was considered to play Freddie.
 Studios: Annapurna Pictures, The Weinstein Company, Ghoulardi Film Company
1 Votes (4)
Release: 6 December 2012
Countries: USA
Language: English
Genres: Drama
MPAA Rating: R
IMDB Rating: 7.1/10
Metascore: 86/100
Runtime: 144min
Revenue: $28,258,060
Budget: $32,000,000
Cast
Joaquin Phoenix
as Freddie Quell
Philip Seymour Hoffman
as Lancaster Dodd
Amy Adams
as Mary Sue Dodd
Laura Dern
as Helen
Jesse Plemons
as Val Dodd
Ambyr Childers
as Elizabeth Dodd
Rami Malek
as Clark
Madisen Beaty
as Doris Solstad
Kevin J. O'Connor
as Bill White
Patty McCormack
as Mildred Drummond
Lena Endre
as Mrs. Solstad
Barbara Brownell
as Margaret O'Brien
Amy Ferguson
as Martha the Salesgirl
Jennifer Neala Page
as Winn Manchester
Christopher Evan Welch
as John More
Mike Howard
as Rorschach Doctor
Bruce Goodchild
as V.A. Doctor / Interview
Frank Bettag
as Frank
Mimi Cozzens
as Chi Chi Crawford
Crew
Director - Paul Thomas Anderson
Writer - Paul Thomas Anderson
Original Music Composer - Jonny Greenwood
Director of Photography - Mihai Malaimare Jr.
Editor - Leslie Jones
Casting - Cassandra Kulukundis
Production Design - David Crank
Production Design - Jack Fisk
Set Decoration - Amy Wells
Costume Design - Mark Bridges
Editor - Peter McNulty
Rotten Tomatoes® Ratings and Review
TOMATOMETER:
85%
Average rating: 8.1/10
Reviews counted: 224
Fresh: 191 | Rotten: 33
AUDIENCE:
60% liked it
Average rating: 3.4/5
Reviews counted: 46,395

Review: Smart and solidly engrossing, The Master extends Paul Thomas Anderson's winning streak of challenging films for serious audiences.
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Review
Modern self-indulgent rubbish. Too long. I gained nothing from watching this. It's nicely photographed, but that is a given in the 21st century. The acting is fine, but this is a review of the movie as a whole. Don't waste your time.



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