He already is motivated to get back. Taylor is excited to be playing Augusta National in two weeks, make no mistake about that. The year-old Canadian has only watched on television, often enough to have a good idea what to expect. No spring colors from the dogwoods and azaleas. The par-3 contest has been canceled. The patrons will be at home, the same place Taylor has been all these years.
The Master - Movie Reviews
Paul Thomas Anderson is a film-maker from whom special things are expected, and that's what he has given us — something special. This is Anderson's meditation on the origins of Scientology and the career of L Ron Hubbard, and perhaps every kind of cult and guru following, which he portrays not as sinister exactly, but as the poignant symptom of loneliness and uneducated intelligence. Without preamble, we are plunged into the tortured inner world of its lead character, whose confused sense of pain, destiny and dread is summoned up by the orchestral score by Jonny Greenwood. It has the feel of something by Steinbeck or DeLillo. This, of course, is not the first time Anderson has dramatised a cult leader: there was the charismatic seduction coach Frank Mackey in Magnolia, played by Tom Cruise. Watching this, I wondered how Cruise might have played the lead role here. What Cruise will make of this film is anyone's guess.
When is the Masters 2020, what TV channel is it on and why was it postponed?
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