Best Actor in a Leading Role
Academy Awards
Best Cinematography
Academy Awards
Best Picture
Academy Awards
A film of Darwinian ferocity, a stark and pitiless parable of American capitalism.
--Christopher Orr, New Republic
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There Will Be Blood

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An epic set in the booming West coast oil fields at the turn of the 20th century, Blood follows the rise of a prospector (Daniel Day-Lewis) who becomes a wealthy oilman after the strike of a lifetime. Written and directed by Paul Thomas Anderson (Boogie Nights, Magnolia). “As astounding in its emotional force and as haunting and mysterious as anything seen in American movies in recent years.” (New Yorker) “Boldly and magnificently strange.” (Variety) “A consummate work of art.” (N.Y. Times)

Nominated for eight Oscars, including Best Picture, Actor and Director, and winner for Actor and Cinematography.

Day-Lewis is the 2008 Golden Globe winner for Best Actor (Drama).

Played at

NoHo 7, 1.11.18 - 1.11.18
Music Hall, 3.21.08 - 3.27.08
Town Center 5, 3.07.08 - 3.27.08
Claremont 5, 1.18.08 - 3.06.08
Rated R
Runtime: 158 min
Language: English

Director: Paul Thomas Anderson
Cast: Christine Olejniczak, Daniel Day-Lewis, Dillon Freasier, Mary Elizabeth Barrett, Paul Dano

  • Winner, Best Actor in a Leading Role, Academy Awards
  • Winner, Best Cinematography, Academy Awards
  • Nominee, Best Picture, Academy Awards