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There Will Be Blood

Rated R for some violence.

R In Theaters 12/26/2007 , 158min.
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Viewer Score
57%
Viewer score based on 75 ratings
92%
Critic score based on 39 reviews

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September 24, 2012
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A masterclass performance by Daniel Day Lewis!
September 05, 2011
j0eisgreat
Unquestionably this has become one of my favorite films of all-time, and probably that is the only American film I can say this about from the past 5 years. Every shot is drenched in visual poetry. The production design in stellar. The cinematography is mind-bending. Daniel-Day Lewis gives one of the great performances of all time and Johnny Greenwood delivers one of the best scores ever
April 22, 2010
drarthurwells
Powerful film with great acting. A classic.
November 16, 2009
MrCraze182
man oh man that movie was kick ass
September 13, 2009
Violoiv
I give There Must Be Blood 5 stars for nothing else than the closing violin solo. What a smashing idea to pair great credits music with the cinematic plot kernel of Upton Sinclair's book "Oil". The greedy price of commodity oil today and the world's need to become free of it, was a dark mirror image to the early greed for oil of this film. Long, yes. Try reading some Upton Sinclair,

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

The Hollywood Reporter
Daniel Day-Lewis stuns in Paul Thomas Anderson's saga of a soul-dead oil man. Full Review
Ann Hornaday
Washington Post
A searing, apocalyptic and finally breathtaking drama. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
A searingly intense and artful tale that grabs hold of the viewer from its jarring and wordless opening scenes and doesn't let go. Full Review
Dana Stevens
Slate
For a story that's all about the harnessing of fateful chthonic forces, Paul Thomas Anderson has dug deeper than ever before, and struck black gold. Full Review
James Berardinelli
ReelViews
Unfortunately, the film's final third is poorly focused and, while there is a clear conclusion, it feels strangely hollow. Full Review

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