Phantom Thread - Full Movie Streaming

Phantom Thread
7.3/10 by 1012 users
Original Title: Phantom Thread
Release: 2017-12-25
Runtime:
Genre: Drama, Romance
Country: United States of America, United Kingdom
Subtitle: English, Français
Plot: Renowned British dressmaker Reynolds Woodcock comes across Alma, a young, strong-willed woman, who soon becomes a fixture in his life as his muse and lover.
Reynolds Woodcock

Characters : Reynolds Woodcock

Actor : Daniel Day-Lewis

Alma Elson

Characters : Alma Elson

Actor : Vicky Krieps

Cyril Woodcock

Characters : Cyril Woodcock

Actor : Lesley Manville

Johanna

Characters : Johanna

Actor : Camilla Rutherford

Countess Henrietta Harding

Characters : Countess Henrietta Harding

Actor : Gina McKee

Dr. Robert Hardy

Characters : Dr. Robert Hardy

Actor : Brian Gleeson

Barbara Rose

Characters : Barbara Rose

Actor : Harriet Sansom Harris

Princess Mona Braganza

Characters : Princess Mona Braganza

Actor : Lujza Richter

Lady Baltimore

Characters : Lady Baltimore

Actor : Julia Davis

Lord Baltimore

Characters : Lord Baltimore

Actor : Nicholas Mander

Peter Martin

Characters : Peter Martin

Actor : Philip Franks

Tippy

Characters : Tippy

Actor : Phyllis MacMahon

Pippa

Characters : Pippa

Actor : Harriet Leitch

Rubio Gurrerro

Characters : Rubio Gurrerro

Actor : Silas Carson

George Riley

Characters : George Riley

Actor : Richard Graham

John Evans

Characters : John Evans

Actor : Martin Dew

Registrar

Characters : Registrar

Actor : Ian Harrod

Cal Rose

Characters : Cal Rose

Actor : Eric Sigmundsson

Mrs. Vaughan

Characters : Mrs. Vaughan

Actor : Jane Perry

Barbara's Lawyer

Characters : Barbara's Lawyer

Actor : Tim Ahern

Reynold's Mother

Characters : Reynold's Mother

Actor : Emma Clandon

Steff

Characters : Steff

Actor : Sarah Lamesch

Chelsea Arts Club New Years Eve Party Guest (uncredited)

Characters : Chelsea Arts Club New Years Eve Party Guest (uncredited)

Actor : Dave Simon

Chelsea Arts Club New Years Eve Party Guest (uncredited)

Characters : Chelsea Arts Club New Years Eve Party Guest (uncredited)

Actor : David Charles-Cully

Chelsea Arts Club New Years Eve Party Guest (uncredited)

Characters : Chelsea Arts Club New Years Eve Party Guest (uncredited)

Actor : Michael Gabbitas

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The Movie Waffler

A Review by The Movie Waffler

by The Movie Waffler

"Should you decide to visit your local cinema to take in a showing of Phantom Thread, Paul Thomas Anderson's latest offbeat character study, you might want to make a bit more effort with your wardrobe than you're accustomed to for such outings. After spending 130 minutes totally immersed in the world of 1950s high fashion, I felt like an utter rube walking out of the cinema in my jeans and hoody combo. Phantom Thread is as immersive as cinema gets. From its opening sequence, which takes us inside the House of Woodcock, a London fashion house run in quietly tyrannical fashion by renowned dressmaker Reynolds Woodcock (Daniel Day Lewis), Anderson's film dismisses any thoughts we might have of our own world of 2018. As we witness Reynolds go about his daily grooming routine it becomes clear we're watching a movie about a perfectionist, one made by a perfectionist, and starring a perfectionist in what is reputedly his final acting role. Set in his ways like a tree set in concrete, Reynolds knows what he likes, and he likes what he knows. As such, his relationships with the many admiring members of the opposite sex (the film is set at a time when no man was more attractive than one who made things; and if those things happened to make women feel beautiful, like Reynolds' gowns, all the better) rarely get past the following morning's breakfast, where idle chit chat and toast buttering irritate him to a laughably over the top degree. It's during breakfast away from home, in a small country café, that Reynolds meets Alma (Vicky Krieps), a pretty Eastern European waitress who is won over by his flirtatious charm and accepts his invitation for a dinner date. The relationship blooms quickly and Reynolds invites her into his home, teaching her the ways of his trade. It doesn't take long for Alma's ways to begin annoying the fiercely independent and somewhat narcissistic Reynolds, and her presence begins to disrupt his work - she's become an anti-muse! Reynolds' assumption that she will follow the other women in his past and leave quietly once exposed to his spoilt brat boorishness couldn't be more wrong however. Alma is determined to make the relationship work, even if she has to take extreme measures. Read the rest of Eric Hillis's review at http://www.themoviewaffler.com/2018/01/new-release-review-phantom-thread.html"

Gimly

A Review by Gimly

by Gimly

"I saw _Phantom Thread_ as part of a trio. We began watching this Oscar nominated movie at staggered intervals. I, from the beginning. The second, a half hour in. Then her partner, just past the half-way point. But all of us came to the same reaction when we'd been watching for what seemed like days only to realise there was still 30 minutes left: Lying on the cold, dirty floor, begging for it to end. Prepare for the most heterosexual thing I have ever said: We had to watch YouTube clips of Arnold Schwarzenegger movie-kills and then the whole original _Robocop_ as a palette cleanser after being forced to endure _Phantom Thread_. That's not hyperbole either, it felt genuinely necessary so that's what we did. I fear that we live in the world where something this pretentious is considered one of the best movies of the year. _Final rating:★ - Of no value. Avoid at all costs._"

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