Easily Malick's warmest movie and may well endure as his masterpiece...It is also a profoundly theological work. The best film of 2011 (tie).
Not sure how you got yourself a job. Mallicks 'Masterpiece' is a joke. it is as if he is trying to expose reviewers who commend it like yourself for being such self-loving wankers, and idiots. one day, a man will make a film that you will love to death for its 'symbolic undertone' and 'profound theology' and shortly afterwards, send you a letter telling you that he was just fucking with your heads. How to take the skill out of film-making, and moch the system. by loving this film, you are supporting the downfall of the film industry.
Aug 14 - 05:03 AM
"Grey, my friend, is every theory / And green is Life's golden tree" (Faust, Goethe)
"delirium...plays with the universe and its laws as if they were toysâ?? (Bataille).
Don't be exalted, Max. This is not an easy film to get. One question: do you have a very good intuition or have you read this review?
Sep 23 - 06:00 AM
Mr. Adolescent Escapism, your "reply" is, in itself, dumb down, anti-art, add, vomit inducing pretentiousness.
Oct 11 - 05:49 PM
I have read several reviews. Then I saw the film. I almost walked out ten minutes into it and I never walk out of a film. Of course, at least 5 people (out of an audience of about 20) did walk out, which is probably the most apt review for this overindulgent, pretentious mess of a film. Sometimes when something is obvious to the majority, it is not obvious to the few. If you think this is a masterpiece may I recommend Howard the Duck?
Oct 7 - 05:08 PM
There is more deep theology in Jonathan Edwards' spit than there was in this movie.
Nov 5 - 06:07 AM