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10 Days of Paul Thomas Anderson – Where To Stream His Movies

These easy-as-sweet-cherry-pie-mama-baby promoting of some of the finest filmmakers around almost seems arbitrary. Unless you’re too busy greedily scrimmaging for oil or attaching notes into the seams of dresses, I’m assuming you’ve seen all of Paul Thomas Anderson’s films. Or there’s a couple you somehow missed (I’ve included his 2015 documentary, but not his latest which is still in theaters). Either way, this page is for you.

Below are how you can easily and affordably stream PTA’s filmography. No excuses, turn off that dated porn videotape and go watch some remarkable films until you are punch-drunk. Welcome to day one of 10 Days of Paul Thomas Anderson.

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pta hard

HARD EIGHT

iTunes UK

iTunes US

Amazon UK

Amazon US

Netflix

Microsoft Store

pta boogie

BOOGIE NIGHTS

Amazon UK

Google Play UK

Google Play US

iTunes UK

iTunes US

Netflix

pta magnolia

MAGNOLIA

Google Play UK

Google Play US

iTunes UK

iTunes US

Amazon UK

Amazon US

pta punch

PUNCH-DRUNK LOVE

iTunes UK

iTunes US

Google Play UK

Amazon UK

Microsoft Store

Vudu

pta there

THERE WILL BE BLOOD

iTunes UK

iTunes US

Google Play UK

Google Play US

Amazon UK

Amazon US

pta master

THE MASTER

Amazon UK

Amazon US

Google Play UK

Microsoft Store

YouTube

Vudu

pta inherent

INHERENT VICE

Amazon UK

Amazon US

Microsoft Store

Google Play

iTunes US

Netflix

pta junun

JUNUN

iTunes UK

iTunes US

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7 Comments

  1. BizziBea BizziBea February 19, 2018

    I managed to rent Punch Drunk Love on I-Tunes for £1.99 due to Valentine’s day. The Best £1.99 I’ve spent for a long time! Great film 🙂

    • Robin Write Robin Write Post author | February 19, 2018

      That the first time you had seen it?

  2. […] Punch-drunk syndrome is an actual condition which boxers and alcoholics suffer from, as dictioniary.com describes it “[it is] caused by repeated cerebral concussions and characterized by weakness in the lower limbs, unsteadiness of gait, slowness of muscular movements, hand tremors, hesitancy of speech, and mental dullness.” It could be suggested that Barry Egan (Adam Sandler) suffers something very similar to Punch-drunk syndrome in Punch Drunk Love. […]

  3. […] Paul Thomas Anderson is considered an acquired taste, akin to Woody Allen. One either likes or dislikes the filmography and requires a few or several films to completely enjoy his movies as they are. Even if Phantom Thread is your first P.T. Anderson film, the film still demands a niche audience to fully appreciate it. […]

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