Some days you just lose track of things and watch Inherent Vice twice
Was it possible that at every gathering, concert, peace rally, love-in, be-in, and freak-in; here, up north, back east, wherever, some dark crews had been busy all along, reclaiming the music, the resistance to power, the sexual desire, from epic to everyday, all they could sweep up for the ancient forces of greed and fear?
"Gee," he thought, "I don't know."
"As long as American life was something to be escaped from, the cartel could always be sure of a bottomless pool of new customers."
A drug-fueled crime comedy with the added depth and complexity of that rare director who works well with the details of actors' performances while keeping in mind the bigger picture of the film. An all-star ensemble cast pushed to their peaks by a restrained camera that would rather hold on a long, slow zoom than constantly…