There Will Be Blood
Unmistakably a shot at greatness, Paul Thomas Anderson’s There Will Be Blood succeeds in wild, explosive ways. The film digs into nothing less than the sources of peculiarly American kinds of ambition, corruption, and industry–and makes exhilarating cinema from it all. Although inspired by Upton Sinclair’s 1927 novel Oil!, Anderson has crafted his own take on the material, focusing on a black-eyed, self-made oilman named Daniel Plain… More >>
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