The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Awesome? Maybe not. But intriguing? Oh my yes.
A lyrical account of Earth's evolution ...
Voyage of Time is a beautiful diversion, but almost entirely empty, even in its inquisitive big swings for profundity.
Before your eyes is a kind of miracle, a fusion of digital imagery and photographic imagination that seems at once utterly natural and completely impossible.
Full of overwhelming beauty, and ready to set the curious viewer's mind aflame.
"Voyage of Time: The IMAX Experience" foregrounds the incredible collage of awe-inspiring effects that recreate the birth of the universe, life on Earth, and eventually humankind. It also has a very clear sense of purpose.
Whether you are a committed tree-hugger or techno-titan at large, one thing is definitely clear--Malick's adventurous 'Voyage' is worth exploring with a conscientious compass at the environmental hip.
[Director Terrence] Malick claims to have worked on the concept for this film across 40 years yet it somehow has a slapped-together feel. IMAX may well be part of the future of cinema but hopefully films like this will quickly become a thing of the past.
A mesmerizing exploration of the magical place we all call home.
Malick the animist moves into abstraction, like Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey F/X, but he ends with amazement, like Godard's late spiritual films. And this isn't just IMAX novelty...Malick brings cinema back to its phenomenological beginning.
Children of a certain maturity level could find their minds blown by such deep thoughts. And if the younger ones are a bit bored - well, it's still just 44 minutes.
If you can free yourself to ride the millennia with Malick, it's a strange voyage, but one ultimately worth taking.
Terrance Malick takes us on a journey throughout time, from our very beginnings in space to the evolution of life and our times. Narrated by Hollywood superstar; Brad Pitt with a very philosophical undertone to go with the initial explanation of talking these concepts to a child. As an Imax experience, with the initial picture quality and immaculate detail captured by the outstanding cinematography, the film is a gorgeous wonder to look at and experience throughout it's 45 minute run-time. It may be short but it showcases a lot, from the cosmic activity of the universe, earth's beginning's, evolution of the landscape, life and to question our important place here on this earth as one thing of many in the universe. I didn't find it all that surprising nor did I think the film offered any deeper thought than the philosophical nature the narration was offering in conjunction to the imagery it was capturing. Nonetheless, this is what Terrance Malick is doing best these days, while it doesn't push any boundaries like 'The Tree of Life', it's amazing to witness and be captivated by what Malick is implying.
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