Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
In terms of excitement, imagination and rule-busting experimentation, it's a gusher. Read full review
Daniel Day-Lewis stuns in Paul Thomas Anderson's saga of a soul-dead oil man. Read full review
Day-Lewis... the role of a lifetime. Read full review
There Will Be Blood" is anti-state of the art. It's the work of an analog filmmaker railing against an increasingly digitized world. In that sense, the movie is idiosyncratic, too: vintage visionary stuff. Read full review
For bleakness, the movie can't be beat -- nor for brilliance. Read full review
Daniel Day-Lewis's portrayal is not just the performance of the year -- there will be injustice if he doesn't win an Oscar -- but a creation of awesome proportions. Read full review
With a grating symphonic score by Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood and the constant sense of danger following Plainview, "Blood" does not release its grip on the audience until its last, bizarrely crazy minutes. Read full review
Just a few barrels short of being a masterpiece. Read full review
A searingly intense and artful tale that grabs hold of the viewer from its jarring and wordless opening scenes and doesn't let go. Read full review
Anderson almost brings off a picture worthy of his grandiose ambition. Read full review
It's one of the best movies anyone's made all year.
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