Two-Man Game 

Great acting and visuals prop up an elusive story in The Master.

In the 16 years since his debut, Hard Eight, Paul Thomas Anderson has evolved into what many consider the leading American filmmaker of his generation. But unlike the other Anderson — Wes — or, say, Quentin Tarantino, P.T. Anderson has built his…

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