There Will Be Blood

2007

Action / Drama / History

299
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 91%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 86%
IMDb Rating 8.2 10 495901

Synopsis


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Cast

Daniel Day-Lewis as Daniel Plainview
Paul Dano as Paul Sunday / Eli Sunday
Ciarán Hinds as Fletcher
720p.BLU 1080p.BLU
599.56 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
R
23.976 fps
2 hr 38 min
P/S 9 / 188
2.52 GB
1920*800
English 2.0
R
23.976 fps
2 hr 38 min
P/S 27 / 183

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by lamoreauxba 10 / 10

One of my top five of all time, For Film viewers not movie goers

There Will Be Blood. Chilling, Sublime, perfect.

First I must say the Soundtrack is amazingly disturbing and sets the tone of the film from the first scene. Many forget the amount of mood that sound sets.

The film held me enraptured from first to last second.

The story is perfectly displayed. Ever thing is laid out before the viewer in an intentional pace.

The film is for viewers with imagination and foresight who can see through the shams of modern movie plot and into the realm of literature.

The acting is simply stunning. Daniel Day Lewis can portray lines with a single expression and does in this film.

I'm sure many will not enjoy this movie and all I have to say to them is go watch Transformers 2 again.

Reviewed by simasgor 9 / 10

Greed Is One Man's Nature

Basically we all know that Daniel Plainview is a slick man. He's a businessman, greed was in that man's nature. We all saw it when the rig exploded and he didn't care about HW at all. The fire represent the bad in him, the devil that made himself him. And hypocrites do live in this world, just like Eli Sunday. You don't mix religion with economy. I disagree to Eli Sunday's point of view. But after all, greed is in one man's nature and it destroy humanity just like the whole movie showed us through Daniel Plainview.

Reviewed by Pjtaylor-96-138044 8 / 10

Strangely gripping if bladder-fillingly long, it has some of the best characters in recent memory.

There's not so much a story in 'There Will Be Blood (2007)' as a series of events that shape a character and his descent into soulless pseudo-insanity, with a strong undertone that seems to comment on the tyrannical nature of typically larger-than-life tycoons and the destruction of their selves in the search for that intangible metric of so-called success. This strangely gripping if bladder-fillingly long saga has a beautiful flair for visual storytelling compounded by a fantastic though heavy-lifting score, that's as ominous as the piece's prophetic title, and a one-of-a-kind powerhouse performance that sneaks up on you to end with one of the scariest character-driven scenes of recent years. There are stretches which stretch the pace, of course, and its apparent lack of narrative may be frustrating if you're not willing to reflect retroactively on its themes, ideas and, most importantly, character arcs. While the journey each individual takes may seem subtle on the surface, it is really within the expertly-written characters that the picture finds its purpose, an exploration of the people who don't always say what they are thinking but are thankfully clearly thinking something, and its a real treat to dissect every single moment that a simple side-ways glance or overt outburst of furious anger gives us a glimpse behind the eyes of some of the best characters in recent memory. 8/10

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