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Plot: Set in the glamour of 1950s post-war London, renowned dressmaker Reynolds Woodcock (Daniel Day-Lewis) and his sister Cyril (Lesley Manville) are at the center of British fashion, dressing royalty, movie stars, heiresses, socialites, debutants, and dames with the distinct style of The House of… Runtime: 130 min Release Date: 19 Jan 2018
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Intimate, delicate, and a beautifully crafted masterpiece. Paul Thomas Anderson manages to expresses an artist's creative journey through threads of fashion and romance with such subtlety that it could only be conveyed through the medium of film. An atmosphere reminiscent of Kubrick's achievements, this romantic odyssey illustrates a unique perspective of love; a perspective in which love is shaped and manipulated by the fragile strings of each character's hearts. To begin with, I will praise an awfully disregarded aspect of "Phantom Thread": the cinematography and <more>
direction. The style and manner in which Paul Thomas Anderson uses silence and long takes is ingenious, and as stated above, was most likely inspired from Kubrick's works. Similar to the quote, "The less you say, the more your words will matter," the more silence, the more each line will signify. The more long takes, the more each short take will signify. Therefore, this method permits a greater control over the variety of dramatic effects; and in turn, the audience's emotions. Anderson also utilized this technique in many of his other films, including "The Master", "Magnolia", and his masterpiece, "There Will Be Blood". Of course, this strategy doesn't always serve well. The more the audience regards the dialogue, the more engaging the screenplay has to be. The more engaging the screenplay is, the more compelling the performances have to be. Yet "Phantom Thread" has all of this. Magnificent lead performances by Daniel Day-Lewis and Vicky Krieps, a strong and often overlooked supporting performance by Lesley Manville, and a sharp, dense original screenplay written by Paul Thomas Anderson himself. A few sprinkles of comedy are also blended in the script, which is always valuable for a romance. Not to forget the costume design either, which was essential to establish a post-war 1950s London environment. And finally, the score. Arguably the strongest part of the film, the score possesses Paul Thomas Anderson's signature strange aura that is found in several of his other films. It's not a coincidence that one of his most frequent collaborators is Jonny Greenwood, who composed the score for this film, "There Will Be Blood", and many others. While most movies nowadays would use music to heighten drama, Paul Thomas Anderson rejects the common norm; valuing music to form an atmosphere. This atmosphere is crucial in almost all of his works, creating an eerie tone for a mystery that drives the story forward. A transcendental and sublime work of art so remarkably subtle- delicately transfixing the audience ever so slightly, exploring the convoluted depths of an artist's obsession, and expanding cinema's horizons for miles of wonder- all woven beneath the intertwined threads of the phantom. Farewell, Daniel Day-Lewis. We will miss you.
Daniel Day Lewis adds a new extraordinary character to his gallery of extraordinary characters. All men and each one of them a total original variety of male. From the gay punck rocker of "My Beautiful Launderette' to Abraham Lincoln in "Lincoln" Now Reynolds Woodcock, an artist in the world of fashion a man who lives his work as his only form of expression. The frustration by any form of interruption by anything or anyone out of place guarantees his private isolation and yet he craves the warmth of human intimacy. The complexity of Ryan Woodcock becomes totally accessible <more>
in Daniel Day Lewis's eyes, with every move, with every silence. It is a monumental, beautiful creation. His Alma - the Alma that he chooses - is played with Bergmanesque intensity by Vicky Krieps and she's a perfect framer/embracer/provocateur in a remarkable performance. Lesley Manville is chillingly perfect as a sort of Mrs Danvers. A sister/gate keeper with an eye on everything. Was she the one that protected him from his homosexuality or it's just my imagination? I love Phantom Thread. I will see it again soon. P T Anderson gives us another scrumptious gourmet dish. Tank you for that.
Mindblowing Depiction Of a Suspenseful Romance (by KamSinghOfficial)
This is the most unique romance film to come out in all of history. Paul Thomas Anderson has struck Gold again with this masterpiece. The Screenplay is really original and very engaging. Usually when people watch a film, they tend to doze off at times because of slow moments. This film however, you cannot look away, you cannot blink because the timeless beauty and sheer elegance that this film has is unparalleled. What keeps you so engaged is the breathtaking cinematography shot on a 35mm camera, the Stand out performances from Daniel Day Lewis , and Vicky Kriceps and also the amazing <more>
dialogue which keeps you drowned in the film. Many people might think ''Oh its a movie about the love story of a dressmaker''so they might not watch it. If you feel that way, its your loss to miss this masterpiece of a film. It is a suspenseful romance film which has never been done before and the fact that you cannot look away from the screen, it proves that this film is the best film of 2017. This film is going to be mentioned for years to come. Just like ''There Will Be Blood'', it will be shown in film classes to learn from and just like ''There Will Be Blood''it will be mentioned as one of the best films of all time. As this is Daniel Day Lewis's last role, i can say that it is worth being called a movie worthy of Daniel Day Lewis's last. In fact, It is his best film to date and in terms of performance, he gives one of the best of his career. I would not be surprised if he wins best Actor for this one over Gary Oldman. Day Lewis totally deserves to be the only actor to have 4 Oscars. If Vicky Criceps is not nominated for Best supporting actress or best actress then we know that the Oscars are unreliable, She equally matches Day Lewis in terms of performance and that is saying a lot because she is working with one of the best. Paul Thomas Anderson continues his legacy in film with this epic, and he deserves a nomination for best director, if not, he deserves a win. This film is one of the best to come out in the past 5 years and i could say its perfect. I give it a 10 out of 10.
about greatness by those who are also great (by ferguson-6)
Greetings again from the darkness. There is a certain feeling that envelops me while experiencing exquisite filmmaking. It's a singular blend of peacefulness and excitement as an anticipation of greatness builds in those early scenes. That feeling has rarely swept over me as quickly as the opening moments of this new film from writer/director Paul Thomas Anderson, a six-time Oscar nominee.We need only watch Reynolds Woodcock Daniel Day-Lewis go through his morning ritual to understand that he is a fastidious individual to the point that could easily be described as obsessive-compulsive. <more>
It's 1955 London, and this is the House of Woodcock. He lives and works in a home that serves as the canvas for his art, as well as a place to lay his head for sleep. His art is dressmaking. It's also his obsession and purpose for living. This is the story of a man with transformative talent, who, despite his stated lack of need for those outside his solitary realm, is dragged into the humanity of love and caring.This is an odd film about odd people. It's about a dressmaker and it features people making beautiful clothes ... yet it's not a fashion movie. No, this is the study of a genius man and his muse - who is also his lover - and their unconventional saga of love. It's also a consistently funny movie and surprisingly so . Evidence that that 3 will always be a crowd, Woodcock's devoted sister and buttoned-up business partner Cyril a terrific Leslie Manville runs a tight ship, while simultaneously using her near preternatural ability to read his moods and idiosyncrasies and respond accordingly. He refers to her as "my old so-and-so" in a way that reflects a lifelong bond unlikely to be broken.The woman who prevents this from simply being a story of a reclusive genius is the aforementioned muse Alma played by the effervescent Vicky Krieps . Is she his muse, a model, or his lover? Well, yes to all. And yet those labels fall short in describing the subtleties and nuances of their relationship. When does she play which role in order to maintain the balance so key to his work? Alma is often confused about the best approach in any moment, but she reaches him as none before. When she tells Woodcock that a certain client "doesn't deserve your dress", it strikes a chord with him that no one else has ever understood. It's as close to 'getting him' as one can attain.Ms. Krieps goes toe-to-toe with Daniel Day-Lewis in their scenes. He is simply the greatest living actor, and maybe the best ever at his profession. Her blushy cheeks and determined eye of observation bely an inner strength that isn't necessarily obvious at first glance. The twist in this "romance" is unlike any other love story from the big screen. While he is haunted by the memories of a cherished mother, Alma presents a more immediate force of reckoning. Is she his tender savior or a menace of danger? It's fascinating to watch this unfold.Most know by now that Daniel Day-Lewis has announced this will be his final acting role. We can only compare this to the retirements of Sandy Koufax or Jim Brown. We feel cheated by the void of greatness left by their departures, and if this is truly his final role, the DDL legacy is supremely secure. His meticulous performance shines not only through the quirky OCD moments, but even moreso in the seemingly spontaneous moments of bickering and annoyance ... moments that come across ad-libbed instead of scripted - these sound and feel like real life arguments!Supposedly, filmmaker Anderson based the character on Spanish-Basque designer Cristobal Balenciaga, and Day-Lewis research added other elements of authenticity. It's their first movie together since the fantastic THERE WILL BE BLOOD ten years ago, and theirs seems to be a synchronicity that few actors and directors ever share. Mr. Anderson shot the movie himself, and his use of close-ups - faces, fingers, sewing needles - capture the delicacies as well as the power. The final piece of this glorious puzzle is the orchestral score provided by Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood. It's both prominent and intricate, with stunning piano work that stands on its own. This is a movie about greatness by those who are also great.
Welcome back Paul Thomas Anderson (by hwoodward-75747)
The Phantom Thread is another fantastic Paul Thomas Anderson movie. I always enjoy Paul Thomas Anderson movies. He's always been extremely careful and creative with the material that he is given. But sometimes he can not always deliver. His recent film being inherent vice, which was massively disappointing. But this new film of his, Phantom Thread is stupendous. The movie works like a snake; Playing on your instincts. This movie left me star-stuttered. Paul Thomas Anderson, like all of his movies, even the bad ones, have great direction. He has an amazing way of presenting gratifying <more>
content. You always get glued to the screen. Also the cinematography is spectacular. Paul Thomas Anderson always has Robert Elswit. But this time he has the helm of cinematographer himself. And it's pretty good actually. I actually would've preferred Robert Elswit himself, because even though the cinematography is great, it isn't spectacular. Also the writing is great as well, of course. Paul Thomas Anderson has great scripts. I really like the way he writes his movies, it's really amazing. But this might be his best written and directed movie since boogie nights and the master, two of my favourite Paul Thomas Anderson movies. The acting is also exceptional, especially from Daniel Day Lewis who carries the movie. Is acting is marvelous. And the rest of the acting is also great. The sudden, scary, relentless relationship between Daniel Day Lewis' character and Vicky Krieps' character is really moving. You get to see these characters grow and learn from each other. And really, the two main lead roles are fantastic as characters, in term's of how these characters are set-up. The music is actually where my problems lie. The music is constantly nodding you off to sleep. It's the most boring, drifting, lazy score I've heard this year. Usually Paul Thomas Anderson doesn't have good music in his movies which is a shame. Anyway the Phantom Thread is a great movie, definitely one of the best movies of the year. This is Daniel Day Lewis' last role and he knocks it out of the park with this one. One of the best scripts this years. Best direction and superb acting.99%
A Meticulous, Layered Drama from Paul Thomas Anderson (by bastille-852-731547)
I'm a huge fan of director Paul Thomas Anderson's films except for "Inherent Vice," and was really looking forward to seeing this. After finally seeing it tonight, I can confirm that it does not disappoint. This delicate and utterly elegant period drama about a fictional tailor known as Reynolds Woodcock Daniel-Day Lewis relationship with a young woman played by Vicky Krieps. From its first frames, it is clear that PTA has paid sublime attention to detail with this film. Each scene feels truly finely crafted with a level of intense precision uncommonly found in even <more>
sophisticated filmmaking today. The sets, costumes and score are simply masterful and well worth the price of admission alone. From a somewhat more tangible standpoint, Anderson's drama further delivers the goods. The acting is very strong, as the film's performances can feel slightly subdued and low-key before creeping up on the viewer to create a sharp but simple impact. The movie's script is a delight, managing to pull of a genuine hat-trick by feeling both simple and complex at the same time. With a tone reminiscent of a classical romantic drama with Gothic and even some Shakespearean undertones, the tightly but grippingly paced drama that unfolds is both entertaining and enthralling for its audience. While PTA's films are not always known for their senses of humor, "Phantom Thread" is surprisingly very funny at times. The film's use of irony is also immensely clever, as dramatic and situational irony are both used in clever and impactful manners--both when the audience most and least expects them to arrive and occur. While some might criticize the film for being slightly slow at times, patient viewers will find much to savor--and commend--here. Highly recommended. 9/10
I cannot, with good conscience, recommend this film to typical Americans, but will say, it would be worth it if you gave it a chance. Because the nuance will fall on folks who want to be relieved of their lives. This film is about the social elite and their issues when it comes to a consumed artist. Most people who have made art as a profession will understand completely. The story is of a man who excelled at his craft and is forced to see the human in rough sketched lines. Does that sound interesting to people who've just stepped out of "Jumanji"? Nope. But it is high art. This <more>
film is artwork come to life which will fall on deaf ears of the general public who want a more visceral experience. This is atmosphere and mood. The details are exquisite and beautiful. Again, if your meals require you yell through a drive-thru squaw box, don't see this.
A slow n non erotic version of Bitter moon with an awesome performance by Day Lewis. (by Fella_shibby)
Saw this in a theatre. Movie aint that good but Daniel Day-Lewis' acting was phenomenal. He superbly potrayed the character of Reynolds Woodcock, who is obsessed with order, symmetry n following an organised routine. DDLs mannerisms, facial expressions n costumes were spot on. Many may hate the characters controlled behaviour but Woodcocks breakfast time was superb n so was his appetite. The film does hav repetitive trope of breakfasts for foodies. Also noteworthy is costume designer Mark Bridges incredible work, the look of Woodcocks suits n the gorgeous female dresses added a charm. <more>
Another aspect one cannot ignore is the mesmerizing musical score.
As good as the perfect "There Will be Blood" (by Joci12345)
This is a breathtaking, perfect movie from every aspects.Paul Thomas Anderson is a genius and one of the best directors. Daniel Day-Lewis is as frenetic as always, just like P.T. Anderson's script too. The music from Jonny Greenwood, and the shots are also awesome. Directing: 10/10 Acting: 10/10 Script: 10/10I had been waiting for a really good movie, for a masterpiece and P.T. Anderson brought it to me, so I can only recommend one thing:Watch it as soon as you can :