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There Will Be Blood   9/02/20
by Gideon58
Upon arrival at the farm, Daniel immediately butts heads with Paul's twin brother, Eli, who sees right through Daniel and the evil inside him and is willing to work with him as long as Daniel is willing work with Eli's church.

There Will Be Blood   6/28/20
by mark f
The fact that Daniel could drink Eli's milkshake before destroying him physically is Daniel's psychological payback to Eli for having the audacity to believe that he was his equal in any regard, including salesmanship.

There Will Be Blood   5/21/18
by aronisred
People call Daniel Day Lewis one of if not the greatest actor ever.One of the key things people forget about acting is that however great a performance is, it should land in a great movie for it to receive the universal acclaim.

There Will Be Blood   12/16/17
by Joel
It's true that Daniel Day embodies that of a Larry David persona so well when he spouts out his well sharpened dialog, just as Paul Dano's possessed man child voice frying gets under the skin so much that one cannot help but start giggling.

There Will Be Blood   4/08/14
by kkl10
Fortunately, this is a very pleasing movie to watch, beautiful cinematography, fantastic camera work, singular soundtrack by Jonny Greenwood (although a few weird moments).

There Will Be Blood   2/13/14
by Cobpyth
There Will Be Blood is often considered as his best film and his ultimate masterpiece and while I think it is without a doubt one of the very best films of the last 20 years and the work of a brilliant mind, I happen to love some of his other films just a tiny bit more.

There Will Be Blood   12/27/13
by Nostromo87
Daniel Day-Lewis has been the best actor around dating back to 1989 and My Left Foot, another great film.

There Will Be Blood   11/16/12
by Daniel M
Comparing the film to No Country for Old Men once again, both films were adapted from novels, and whilst I have no idea what either of them are like when compared with the two films I really do feel that Paul Thomas Andersons screenplay is superior to the Coen Brothers despite losing to it in that Oscar category, the dialogue for some of the scenes are masterful, particularly those of Daniel Plainview.

There Will Be Blood   1/22/12
by JayDee
Anderson tells the story of Daniel Plainview (Daniel Day-Lewis), a silver prospector who stumbles into the world of oil and becomes determined to conquer that world, and crush all those who dare stand against him.

There Will Be Blood   2/24/08
by BobbyB
One day, business very good, but not quite booming, Plainview gets a visit from a man named Paul Sunday (Paul Dano) who informs him that there is endless amounts of oil nearby and he'll tell him the location in exchange for money.


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