Malik's vision and deeply powerful imagery outlives its welcome after 20 minutes, leaving a film that meanders along trying to impress with concepts and ideas.
This movie is going to be on top 100 lists 40 years from now. Maybe even the sight and sound poll, when T Malls gets more recognition as a great director and this could even be considered his masterpiece. Ebert already thinks its one of the greatest movies of all time.
Aug 18 - 07:40 AM
this movie said nothing new, and worse it said it in a banal way.
Aug 30 - 01:53 PM