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I couldn't even finish it.
Terrible, just terrible, I'd write more but this movie has already stolen enough of my life that I won't get back.
incoherent and deeply frustrating, the film tries to confuse its viewer and is deeply hollow.
A neo-noir stoner epic about a hippie detective getting in over his head in a dark and sometimes hilarious conspiracy 9/10.
I thought it was imperfectly perfect. Loved everything about it, but you need to be patient with the movie.
The storyline was kinda confusing but the movie has a cool vibe overall, very 70's. The cast is perfect and Joaquin's performance is just amazing. Bonus points: the references to The Big Lebowski 👌
I think the only person who gets this movie is director Paul Thomas Anderson.
Original and a must see for anyone who liked the movie dazed and confused. its got some mad hippie vibes.
Keeps Promising to develop a plot ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,or compelling mystery maybe a twist doesn't happen Stoners just aren'that interesting at least not for two and a half hours
Almost never does an entire film feel completely in sync with its protagonist. Inherent Vice is a journey seen through the POV of Doc, it ebbs and flows and trips out and sobers up with him. It's a tremendous piece of directing, editing, acting and scoring, and while the sparse comedy is subtle and home-hitting, the plotting and the tonal shifts make for a slightly acerbic and alien experience.
The film has grown on me, my love for Joaquin's Doc, and every little shred of acting he piles into a scene, is now at its peak and I love the spaced out style of narration, the cinematography, and Waterston's totally magic performance.
Would a movie like this work if it was clearer, more streamlined? Probably not. I like it wacky, I like its retro stylings, And I do feel drawn to it in some way. But it's dangerously close to boring at all times and the actual plot (and source material) is fully rubbish.