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"[Malick] neither strives for verisimilitude nor spectacle but for an alchemic blend of both -- life in all its power as it is experienced by sentient, sensitive beings."Los Angeles Times "Many have tried, but none can match Malick's touch for shuffling a deck of elegiac images and fanning out the hand to express what speech cannot." -- Grade: A- Entertainment Weekly "Shot almost entirely in natural light with a moving camera, the film is at once lively and meditative....It mixes carefully researched ethnographic detail with wildly romantic imagining." Sight and Sound "[R]apturously beautiful....The entire meaning of the film is conveyed in a single sublime edit that joins a shot of the grubby settlement as it looks from outside its walls -- and framed inside an open door -- with its mirror image." New York Times 5 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t's a brilliantly executed blend of western, historical drama and anthropological reconstruction....Lubezki's luscious camerawork, the stirring use of Wagner and the unusually direct but expressive acting succeed in working their wondrous magic." Uncut 4 stars out of 4 -- "Malick has turned familiar textbook history into vivid historical fiction and brilliant cinema, and THE NEW WORLD is arguably his best film -- accessible, poetic, complex, and profoundly spiritual." Premiere "[The DVD] exhibits a hazy, slightly desaturated picture that nicely complements the atmospheric tale of exploration and star-crossed lovers....James Horner's beautiful score is mixed well." Widescreen Review 3 stars out of 5 -- "Malick sweeps us dreamily through the Virginian countryside..." Total Film39.23

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"[Malick] neither strives for verisimilitude nor spectacle but for an alchemic blend of both -- life in all its power as it is experienced by sentient, sensitive beings."Los Angeles Times "Many have tried, but none can match Malick's touch for shuffling a deck of elegiac images and fanning out the hand to express what speech cannot." -- Grade: A- Entertainment Weekly "Shot almost entirely in natural light with a moving camera, the film is at once lively and meditative....It mixes carefully researched ethnographic detail with wildly romantic imagining." Sight and Sound "[R]apturously beautiful....The entire meaning of the film is conveyed in a single sublime edit that joins a shot of the grubby settlement as it looks from outside its walls -- and framed inside an open door -- with its mirror image." New York Times 5 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t's a brilliantly executed blend of western, historical drama and anthropological reconstruction....Lubezki's luscious camerawork, the stirring use of Wagner and the unusually direct but expressive acting succeed in working their wondrous magic." Uncut 4 stars out of 4 -- "Malick has turned familiar textbook history into vivid historical fiction and brilliant cinema, and THE NEW WORLD is arguably his best film -- accessible, poetic, complex, and profoundly spiritual." Premiere "[The DVD] exhibits a hazy, slightly desaturated picture that nicely complements the atmospheric tale of exploration and star-crossed lovers....James Horner's beautiful score is mixed well." Widescreen Review 3 stars out of 5 -- "Malick sweeps us dreamily through the Virginian countryside..." Total Film39.23

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"...DAYS OF HEAVEN is a dramatically moving and technically breathtaking American art film, one of the great cinematic achievements of the last decade..." Variety Included in the New York Times's "10 BEST FILMS OF 1978" -- "...[Malick is] extraordinarily gifted....Excellent performers..." New York Times "...DAYS OF HEAVEN is above all one of the most beautiful films ever made..." Chicago Sun-Times "...Gorgeous....A bizarre, early century love triangle..." USA Today "Terrence Malick's melodrama is an unlikely masterpiece, and one of the most beautiful films ever committed to celluloid."Sight and Sound39.23

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"...DAYS OF HEAVEN is a dramatically moving and technically breathtaking American art film, one of the great cinematic achievements of the last decade..." Variety Included in the New York Times's "10 BEST FILMS OF 1978" -- "...[Malick is] extraordinarily gifted....Excellent performers..." New York Times "...DAYS OF HEAVEN is above all one of the most beautiful films ever made..." Chicago Sun-Times "...Gorgeous....A bizarre, early century love triangle..." USA Today "Terrence Malick's melodrama is an unlikely masterpiece, and one of the most beautiful films ever committed to celluloid."Sight and Sound39.23

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"...Malick's return is a cause for celebration. His harsh, haunting film shuns the platitudes to expose war as a crime against nature..." Rolling Stone "...An extraordinary achievement....THE THIN RED LINE is hugely effective as a film about the absurdity of war..." Sight and Sound "...[A] masterpiece of poetic flourish and grand ambition..." -- 4 out of 5 stars Total Film "...Terrence Malick's first movie since 1978's DAYS OF HEAVEN is just as sensual, subliminally stirring and magnificently photographed..." -- 4 out of 4 stars USA Today "...[Malick's] intoxication with natural beauty, fused so palpably with the psychic sleepwalking of his human characters, remains exactly as it was....Here is a visceral reminder of all that made his past work so hauntingly majestic..." New York Times "...A monumental accomplishment....THE THIN RED LINE must be seen, felt and remembered to be fully appreciated. And for those willing to rise to the occasion, the reward is beyond compare..." -- 5 out of 5 stars Box Office "...Malick has retained his eye for crystalline images, and a facility for camera movement so fluid as to seem almost thought-activated..." Los Angeles Times "...The battle scenes themselves are masterful..." Chicago Sun-Times39.23

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"...Malick's return is a cause for celebration. His harsh, haunting film shuns the platitudes to expose war as a crime against nature..." Rolling Stone "...An extraordinary achievement....THE THIN RED LINE is hugely effective as a film about the absurdity of war..." Sight and Sound "...[A] masterpiece of poetic flourish and grand ambition..." -- 4 out of 5 stars Total Film "...Terrence Malick's first movie since 1978's DAYS OF HEAVEN is just as sensual, subliminally stirring and magnificently photographed..." -- 4 out of 4 stars USA Today "...[Malick's] intoxication with natural beauty, fused so palpably with the psychic sleepwalking of his human characters, remains exactly as it was....Here is a visceral reminder of all that made his past work so hauntingly majestic..." New York Times "...A monumental accomplishment....THE THIN RED LINE must be seen, felt and remembered to be fully appreciated. And for those willing to rise to the occasion, the reward is beyond compare..." -- 5 out of 5 stars Box Office "...Malick has retained his eye for crystalline images, and a facility for camera movement so fluid as to seem almost thought-activated..." Los Angeles Times "...The battle scenes themselves are masterful..." Chicago Sun-Times39.23

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"[Malick] neither strives for verisimilitude nor spectacle but for an alchemic blend of both -- life in all its power as it is experienced by sentient, sensitive beings."Los Angeles Times "Many have tried, but none can match Malick's touch for shuffling a deck of elegiac images and fanning out the hand to express what speech cannot." -- Grade: A- Entertainment Weekly "Shot almost entirely in natural light with a moving camera, the film is at once lively and meditative....It mixes carefully researched ethnographic detail with wildly romantic imagining." Sight and Sound "[R]apturously beautiful....The entire meaning of the film is conveyed in a single sublime edit that joins a shot of the grubby settlement as it looks from outside its walls -- and framed inside an open door -- with its mirror image." New York Times 5 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t's a brilliantly executed blend of western, historical drama and anthropological reconstruction....Lubezki's luscious camerawork, the stirring use of Wagner and the unusually direct but expressive acting succeed in working their wondrous magic." Uncut 4 stars out of 4 -- "Malick has turned familiar textbook history into vivid historical fiction and brilliant cinema, and THE NEW WORLD is arguably his best film -- accessible, poetic, complex, and profoundly spiritual." Premiere "[The DVD] exhibits a hazy, slightly desaturated picture that nicely complements the atmospheric tale of exploration and star-crossed lovers....James Horner's beautiful score is mixed well." Widescreen Review 3 stars out of 5 -- "Malick sweeps us dreamily through the Virginian countryside..." Total Film39.23

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"...A rich, dark and strange melding of fantasy, allegory and local detail..."Sight and Sound "...Startling....The lovers-on-the-lam movie to outpace them all..."Total Film "Brilliantly controlled and singular in style, the film has come to be viewed as masterly, and the soullessness at its core as a commentary on American culture."Wall Street Journal39.23

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"[T]his film is a masterpiece..."Chicago Sun-Times "In equal parts powerful and peculiar....It helps solidify his position as one of the most visionary young directors around." Premiere "David Gordon Green remains the compelling filmmaker of his distinctive first feature, GEORGE WASHINGTON."Los Angeles Times "[D]irector David Gordon Green effectively expands his range here with a muddy, bloody, Terrence Malick-produced rural thriller." Uncut "Green seems to harbor a very personal love of cinema, and appears to be interested primarily in manifesting inspired moments that lie dormant in his actors and settings." Sight and Sound27.461

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