The oil industry has an arguably bad reputation today, primarily due to the environmental impact of fossil-fuel consumption. But those modern impressions have absolutely no role in an oil-focused movie that many critics said was among the 10 best films of 2007 — an irony considering recent box-office hits. This wasn’t An Inconvenient Truth or some such documentary. The movie in question is There Will Be Blood, which chronicles the path of a would-be oil baron, warts and all. Paramount will release There Will Be Blood in April, complete with a Collector’s Edition DVD, three copies of which we’re giving away here.
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DVD synopsis: Paramount’s There Will Be Blood has been named by more than 200 critics as one of the top 10 films of 2007 as it tells the brutal tale of Daniel Plainview’s struggle to become the greatest oilman of his time. The film provides a compelling look at the savage roots of American capitalism and religion, as well as a personal tale of one man’s willingness to do whatever it takes to come out on top.