‘Licorice Pizza’ Review: California Dreaming and Scheming

‘Licorice Pizza’ Review: California Dreaming and Scheming

‘Licorice Pizza’ Review: California Dreaming and Scheming In his latest movie, Paul Thomas Anderson returns to the San Fernando Valley for a shaggy 1970s romp about a self-important teenage boy and a memorable woman. Send any friend a story As a subscriber, you have 10 gift articles to give each month. Anyone can read what you share. - Licorice Pizza - Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson - Comedy, Drama, Romance - R - 2h 13m GARY “Licorice Pizza,” a shaggy, fitfully brilliant romp from Paul Thomas Anderson, takes place in a 1973 dream of bared midriffs and swinging hair, failures and pretenders. It’s set in Encino, a Los Angeles outpost in the shadow of Hollywood and the birthplace of such films as “It’s a Wonderful Life” and “Boogie Nights,” Anderson’s …
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