So, because of the lack of awareness, I thought I'd post some information on it. It stars Daniel Day Lewis and was produced by Paul Thomas Anderson. Roughly, it's about a man who is in the oil business, who obtains some land in southern California. Drama ensues.
Paste Magazine had this to say in it's latest issue about it:
"There Will be Blood is a staggering exploration of how capitalism and religion shaped the American frontier at the turn of the centuryand
"There Will be Blood is not a film about oil or prospecting or the allure of endless cash: the movie focuses sometimes distractingly --on one man's epic ascent and crumble."
"There Will be Blood is still an incredibly significant film--the most significant of Anderson's career--and it manages to say an awful lot about American character, then and now.
Check out the trailer here.