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    Reuters Cites Contribution of Greenwood's "Captivating" Score to "There Will Be Blood"

    In his review of There Will Be Blood for Reuters news service, John DeFore writes that Jonny Greenwood's "captivating" score is an important player in the film, "greatly contributing to the sense that tectonic forces lie beneath the drama." To read the complete film review, visit reuters.com.

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Reuters Cites Contribution of Greenwood's "Captivating" Score to "There Will Be Blood"

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In his review of There Will Be Blood for Reuters news service, John DeFore writes that Jonny Greenwood's "captivating" score is an important player in the film, "greatly contributing to the sense that tectonic forces lie beneath the drama." 

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In his review of There Will Be Blood for Reuters news service, John DeFore writes that Jonny Greenwood's "captivating" score is an important player in the film, "greatly contributing to the sense that tectonic forces lie beneath the drama." To read the complete film review, visit reuters.com.

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