More like a pleasant walk in a redwood forest with a boy and his dragon than a rollicking adventure, but its serenity and warm heart are infectious.
A very simplistic Dystopia for Dummies — with a bit of Terrence Malick for Dummies — and inoffensive enough until it devolves into all kinds of stupid.
Christopher Nolan remakes the opening credits of Star Trek: Enterprise through the eyes of Terrence Malick.
Mashes a heightened sense of the absurd rather awkwardly up against arty pastoral, and the mock-seriousness of the endeavor comes across as unpleasantly snide.
How great would it be if this actually is the insane arthouse take on Superman this trailer makes the film out to be, as if Terrence Malick had gotten his mitts on some comic books?
Oh, goody. Terrence Malick has another film about running in fields at the golden hour.
Here’s an at-a-glance look at my picks for tomorrow night’s Academy Awards…
I hate that The Tree of Life won so many awards, but I am only one voter among many…
Isn’t it all about telling a story?
It’s an action movie… for God!