Looks amazing and tense plus no 3rd act spoilers it seems which is nice! Vicky Krieps looks like she may be the standout! Think PTA did a great job of his own cinematography from what I can see in the trailer.
Looks better than Elswit's work. Which was always a bit bland for me. I always felt Anderson elevated his work. Unfortunately, this is the worst cut trailer Anderson has done. If it weren't for the talent involved, this trailer would not have me in the theater.
Hate to say it, but I agree.
(agree with Brad)
I think a second trailer might be needed to draw audiences in but I trust in PTA that the movie will be great!
Watch it again. Although somewhat nonplussed earlier today when I first saw it, I was mesmerized the second time around.
I was wrong! I watched it again. It was much better. I'm not sure if it was expectations or what. Its much more subtle than his other trailers for sure. Has a Merchant Ivory vibe.
Badly cut trailer. That’s because you don’t know what you’re talking about. It’s a beautifully cut trailer.
that jonny greenwood...
Marvelous! A lot of great stuff in this trailer... someone has any news on the running time of the film?
an article I read said they heard it was 183 minutes right now but wanted to cut it down to 163 minutes
That article was bullshit and that part of it has since been deleted.
Alexander McQueen sewed secret obscene scribblings (phrases and pictures) into the linings of garments he worked on during his time as an apprentice at Anderson & Sheppard back in the late 1980s. (See Andrew Wilson's biography, p. 50.)
should add phantom thread to the movies at the top
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nice shameless plug
yeah dude, that's really similar to the trailer for the new film from the guy this fansite is fansiting about, how many random irrelevant blogs do you self-promote on?
This blog, my good dude, is far from irrelevant.
Apparently the admins disagree haha
I would imagine this films climax will involve a sewing machine needle or sewing scissors. Clearly Mr. Woodcock is a bezerker at heart, and I'm guessing there will be blood spilt since the tools of sewing tend to be quite sharp and pointy,and can puncture just about anything.
Sounds like there's a gunshot sound added in at the very end of the trailer
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Whoever said this trailer was poorly cut, is a moron! And knows nothing about editing.
This trailer is gorgeous on all fronts, the most elegant trailer of PTA's. It's as if PTA is directing a Merchant-Ivory period piece (and I say that as a genuine fan of Merchant-Ivory). So wonderful to have Day-Lewis back for a final curtain call. Like Merchant-Ivory, this movie looks deceptively calm on the surface but with roiling emotions underneath. From what I can gather, it's of a kindred spirit with Powell & Pressburger's "The Red Shoes", with the obsessive male dancing choreographer & director Lermontov who desperately tried to control his lead actress into an unrequited love. Here, is it the creative genius who is tragically unable to accept anyone's love? Christmas Day cannot get here soon enough!! P.S. The NY Times on 'The Red Shoes': https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TtHaVG4CicQ
Looks (and sounds) amazing. I am probably more excited for this film than any other PTA film, but simply because my love for his work has only grown over the years with each new film. I love the way he takes real people and things, and uses them as a jumping-off point to create his own deep, rich, evocative worlds that are so complex and get under your skin in profound ways. It's really inspiring, just from a writing standpoint. He might just outdo his mind-blowing film The Master with this new one. I remember thinking he'd never be able to top There Will Be Blood, and then The Master just blew me away. So excited.
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Imagine one or more of these characters are ghosts.... a PTA ghost story