Some things just get better with time -- cheese, wine, cold dishes of revenge. And perhaps at the top of the list are films from acclaimed directors like Paul Thomas Anderson.

Anderson, of course, is the auteur behind such seminal works as 'Magnolia' and 'There Will Be Blood.' But in a clear case of quality being more important than quantity, he's only directed two films in the 11 years since 'Magnolia' landed in 1999: the Adam Sandler misfire 'Punch-Drunk Love' in 2002 and Best Picture nominee 'There Will Be Blood' in 2007.

And now that Cinematical is reporting that his next movie, 'The Master,' has been postponed indefinitely, there's no telling just when film buffs will have a chance to see his vision on the big screen. Which got us to thinking: by the time Anderson's next film hits the screen, we will have seen more Summer Olympics since 'Magnolia' came out -- four -- than films by the glacial Anderson.
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