A drama in the fashion world of London in the 1950s.
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Based on 20 Phantom Thread Cinema reviews, Phantom Thread gets an average Cinema review score of 88. The score for all versions is 88 based on a total of 20 reviews.
In his final film, Day-Lewis reunites with Paul Thomas Anderson to deliver a masterful performance as a society dressmaker beguiled by a young waitress.264d ago
On first viewing, the captivating strangeness of the mood and the elegant threading of the plot are likely to hold your attention, but later you can go back to savor the lustrou...264d ago
Daniel Day-Lewis plays a 1950s English dress designer alongside newcomer Vicky Krieps as his muse in the latest from Paul Thomas Anderson.264d ago
With “Phantom Thread,” Paul Thomas Anderson stitches together a daringly quiet love story.264d ago
Despite being, in a sense, the most straightforward, linear narrative movie the writer and director Paul Thomas Anderson has made in quite some time (perhaps since “Punch Drunk ...264d ago
You might not recognize the love driving “Phantom Thread” forward as love, per se, but you will understand that love is expressed in so many ways, in so many forms, whether thro...264d ago
Daniel Day-Lewis retires in style with a thrillingly kinky fashion romance.264d ago
The film arrives at a place of qualified peace that cauterizes the emotional wounds of Paul Thomas Anderson’s cinema.264d ago
The disruptive love between a British designer and his young muse is explored with sophistication and humor in PTA’s latest masterpiece.264d ago
P.T. Anderson reunites with Daniel Day-Lewis for the exquisite mad love of Phantom Thread.264d ago
His thoughts look more dramatic than other actors’ deeds, and his deeds are done with a deliberated grace. If it is true, as Day-Lewis has declared, that Phantom Thread will be ...264d ago
In Paul Thomas Anderson’s study in romantic obsession, Daniel Day-Lewis stars as a reigning high-fashion designer in postwar London.264d ago
It’s tempting to view Phantom Thread in the context of Anderson’s own self-mythology, but it’s also never felt more wrong. Shapeshifting films aren’t new for him, but this feels...264d ago
Daniel Day-Lewis' final film The Phantom Thread is gorgeous, unpredictable, and maybe a little indulgent.264d ago
The filmmaker's latest – Daniel Day-Lewis' last movie – channels romance, fashion and relationship power struggles into one doozy of a love story.264d ago
Daniel Day-Lewis is impeccable in the too-tame Phantom Thread.264d ago
In the grand tapestry of Daniel Day-Lewis’ acting career, Phantom Thread will be sewn in as a colorful swatch, though for a retirement role, he leaves us wanting a little more.264d ago
In Paul Thomas Anderson's coldly seductive fable of toxic masculinity, Daniel Day-Lewis goes out with high showmanship (but not, perhaps, a home run) as a '50s British fashion d...264d ago
Daniel Day-Lewis’ ‘Phantom Thread’ is perfect for holiday curmudgeons.264d ago
Phantom Thread Works Hard at Being a Masterpiece. But Is It?264d ago
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