The 'Inherent Vice' Of This Film Is Its Lack Of A Reason For Existing

Inherent Vice The ‘Inherent Vice’ Of This Film Is Its Lack Of A Reason For Existing Like 1970s California, ‘Inherent Vice’ sounds fun—until you visit. Then it's just confusing. January 12, 2015 By Rebecca Cusey For those who have never been high, the new film “Inherent Vice” will give you a pretty good sense of it. You’ll have no idea what’s going on, or who that guy or this girl onscreen is. You’ll wonder whether you’re supposed to know who he is, and muse softly on why he might be there. In the end, though, you won’t be sure you care. The central idea for director Paul Thomas Anderson’s adaptation of Thomas Pynchon’s novel is a good concept: Combine the classic film noir genre (dame walks in trailing a cloud of trouble) with 1970s druggie hippy beach...

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