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Song to Song Directed by Terence Malick Opens March 17 Watching Terrence Malick’s most recent films, I was reminded of what Dinosaur Jr. guitar god J. Mascis told The Quietus about classic double albums Exile on Main St. and Physical Graffiti: : It’s good because there are so many songs on it, but it’s easy to listen to a lot because they’re not too great, in a way—just the whole sound of it is cool, somehow. . ....
Voyage of Time: The IMAX Experience Directed by Terrence Malick Opens October 7 Wonders truly never cease: Anno Domini 2016 will go down as the first year in history that not one but two movies by the once-dormant Terrence Malick saw commercial release, the glum LA story Knight of Cups preparing the ground for the grandiose nature doc Voyage of Time: The IMAX Experience, another decidedly minor work, but one that’s nonetheless a lot easier to embrace....
The New World (2005) Directed by Terrence Malick There are three cuts of The New World and not one other Malick film has any variation the famously reclusive artist needed us to see. This was the work he'd been waiting to paint his whole life, the one he needed to make sure his audience understood the purpose of. Taking inspiration from Wagner and Rembrandt, Malick dreams up cinema's truest understanding of the discovery of promise...
Knight of Cups Directed by Terrence Malick Opens March 4 Early on in the SoCal-set Knight of Cups—the not-so-great seventh feature by the great Terrence Malick—an earthquake awakens a man named Rick (Christian Bale) and sends him tumbling out of bed. As the aftershocks recede, he finds himself scuttling out of his condo—a barely furnished space in Santa Monica, halfway between the beach and a storage facility—into a world suddenly made strange. Potted plants fall and shatter;...

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