3. Phantom Thread (2017)
Paul Thomas Anderson’s most up-to-date movie and likewise Daniel Day-Lewis’s final, Phantom Thread is a few dressmaker (Day-Lewis), who falls in love with a waitress, and their considerably candy, considerably poisonous (however elegant) relationship.
It’s exhausting to elucidate what’s so alluring about Phantom Thread, however it’s alluring, and likewise maddening. The story is easy, but it surely’s nonetheless wealthy intimately and layered with odd subtext. It’s most likely PTA’s strangest film to this point, but additionally one in all his most fascinating. It’s the type of film the place you say, “that’s it?” by the tip credit, but it surely nonetheless leaves you always interested by it for days. And the truth that it’s most likely Johny Greenwood’s finest soundtrack to this point doesn’t harm, both.