There Will Be Blood 2007 Blu-ray 1080p VC-1 Dolby TrueHD 5 1 tater44-BluRG

There Will Be Blood (2007)

Director: Paul Thomas Anderson
Stars: Daniel Day-Lewis, Martin Stringer, Matthew Braden Stringer, Jacob Stringer

Runtime: 158 minutes (taken from iMDB)
Genre: Drama

Rating: 8.2* (may differ)
Votes: 457331 (may differ)

Release Date: 2008-01-25 (taken from IMDb)
Viewer Rating (TV/MPAA): R (taken from IMDb)

Summary: The intersecting life stories of Daniel Plainview and Eli Sunday in early twentieth century California presents miner-turned-oilman Daniel Plainview, a driven man who will do whatever it takes to achieve his goals. He works hard but also takes advantage of those around him at their expense if need be. His business partner/son (H.W.) is, in reality, an “acquired” child whose true biological single-parent father (working on one of Daniel’s rigs) died in a workplace accident. Daniel is deeply protective of H.W. if only for what H.W. brings to the partnership. Eli Sunday is one in a pair of twins whose family farm Daniel purchases for the major oil deposit located on it. Eli, a local preacher and a self-proclaimed faith healer, wants the money from the sale of the property to finance his own church. The lives of the two competitive men often clash as Daniel pumps oil off the property and tries to acquire all the surrounding land at bargain prices to be able to build a pipeline to the coast, and as Eli tries to build his own religious empire.

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4 Responses

  1. Nog says:

    Why is this 42gb+? Curious since it’s not even listed as a remux and that kind of size is usually for 4k movies.

    • marco says:

      It’s a FULL BD

      • Nog says:

        That makes sense. What from the tag indicates it being a full rip? Usually when I see ‘bluray’ I understand it to mean that is the source.

        • marco says:

          It’s tagged in “Full BD / Movies” meaning it’s the full Blu-ray Disc with screen menus, deleted scenes, behind the scenes, featurettes, interviews, commentary all the audio tracks, etc. everything that contains a retail Blu-ray.

          I understand it doesn’t say “Full” on the title but also doesn’t say Rip or Remux only says Blu-ray indicating the source of this particular publication.

          cheers

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