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    Daniel Plainview

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    • Jason Rose

      Daniel Plainview as played by Daniel Day Lewis in "There Will Be Blood" (2007) One of the if not the greatest cinematic villain of the 2000's. PT Anderson does it again!

    • Robert Leeper

      Daniel Day Lewis (Daniel Plainview) in "There Will Be Blood" (2007).

    • Susy Macet

      Daniel Day Lewis in There Will Be Blood. Fantastic movie.

    • GeeksOnMovies

      Daniel Day Lewis - probably our single favorite actor!

    • Luis Miguez

      Daniel Day-Lewis en "There Will Be Blood", 2007.

    • Ruth Bright Carroll

      actor Daniel Day Lewis.

    People also love There Will Be Blood "Okay, so unlike the majority of my fellow cohorts, I love intense movies. I'll casually watch Requiem for a Dream on a Wednesday night for fun. But, there's just something about the inherent evil in Paul Thomas Anderson's character study that makes me cringe. I know the world is a messy place, but Daniel Day Lewis' Daniel Plainview is one character I don't ...

    Daniel Day Lewis – (here as Bill the Butcher, Gangs of New York). One of my all time favorite actors.

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    There will be blood, Paul Thomas Anderson.

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