Tag Archives: There Will Be Blood

Comment on David’s Review of “There Will Be Blood”

(This is just a comment – I entered it as a post so I could supply links to references.) Only my wife, Christine, really understands how badly I miss the point of some movies. Sometimes I am clueless to what … Continue reading

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There Will Be Blood (Dir. Paul Thomas Anderson, 2007) “And There Will Be Money” By David R. Gilmour

Paul Thomas Anderson’s new monster success film There Will Be Blood (“Blood”) has dynamic heft. Stylistically it really packs a wallop. The performances, production elements and creative juices, without doubt, seem to blend artistically to have pulled off a remarkably … Continue reading

Posted in 2008, Discussion of Official TFC Selected Films | Tagged | 1 Comment

More Medium Than Message “Can the term moral be applied to film fictions?” By David Gilmour

[This essay discusses several films of recent date (No Country for Old Men, There Will Be Blood, Juno, and Gone, Baby, Gone) and discloses details that might spoil a viewer’s enjoyment of the story.]     After Lars Von Trier … Continue reading

Posted in 2008, Discussion of Non-Selected Films, Discussion of Official TFC Selected Films | Tagged | 4 Comments

February Meeting Films are now open for discussion

The three films we discussed during our February 2008 meeting, Double Life of Venonique, Sliding Doors, and There Will Be Blood, are now open for discussion here on the blogsite.

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