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    “There Will Be Blood”
    Adeline Harper
    “There Will be Blood” directed by Paul Thomas Anderson displays messages of how the American Dream is not always successful and greed and control can take over easily through the story of an oil barren.

    Junior Brian Hobbman recently watched “There Will Be Blood.”

    “There Will be Blood” is about an oil tycoon, corrupted by greed who abandons his son for money.

    “There Will Be Blood” stars Daniel Day-Lewis and Paul Dano. It is directed by Paul Thomas Anderson.

    What did you enjoy about this film?

    “Super emotionally gripping and great acting,” Hobbman said. “All of the emotions in it are great.”

    What motivated you to watch this film?

    “I heard it was really good from a couple of my friends,” Hobbman said.

    What was the most memorable part of this film?

    “The end part where the main character snaps and goes insane,” Hobbman said.

    How is this film different from others that you have watched?

    “It’s a lot more serious,” Hobbman said. “The soundtrack is very happy, while the movie itself is super-dramatic.’

    What other films similar to this one would you recommend?

    “‘Gangs of New York’ is similar because they’re both historical fiction drama movies with Daniel Day-Lewis,” Hobbman said.

    “There Will Be Blood” is available to watch on Paramount Plus and Prime Video.

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    About the Contributors
    Tori Poliak, Staff Writer
    Junior 1st Year with The Prowler   I am excited to begin my journey with The Prowler and expand my interest in writing. I love watching movies like “Pride and Prejudice” and “Batman.”  I love playing with my dog, Teddy, and two cats, Harley and Ella. My favorite classes this year are AP US history and journalism.
    Adeline Harper, Editor-in-Chief
    Senior 3rd year with The Prowler   As Editor-in-Chief for this year, I am excited to be back on The Prowler. Outside of journalism, I enjoy listening to music, quilting, being outdoors, lifting weights, and researching new facts about my favorite subjects, which include music history, reptiles and amphibians, anatomy, and nature in general.

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