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Devon over 3 years ago
Beautiful scenes and cinematography too drawn out anti climatic
Alex Silver 7 months ago
Music is nice, picture is decent or good.
Caro Briceño 1 year ago
A beautiful and profound movie. One of my favorites!
Paul Flanaghan over 3 years ago
Like watching a pretentious national geographic special on the human condition.
Jesse Beatson over 3 years ago
Despite a hate-on for voice overs, framing quotations, and other Mallickisms, this is A+
Damian Campo over 3 years ago
Flick that shows important memories of a family and the relations among them.
Natasha Marchev over 3 years ago
review: http://bohemianrhapsodyclub.weebly.com/la-premiere.html
D Tuck almost 4 years ago
Tore my heart - beautiful. But don't understand it all. Probably not supposed to. I cried.
Rachelina Larasati over 4 years ago
I want to love it but I just can't understand, so ya
Tony Gandía over 4 years ago
Your brain will hurt after watching but if you invest time & attention you’ll be rewarded
Catherine almost 5 years ago
beautiful, reflective but uneven film. Ending didn't work for me, at least on first watch
Helfrig Buytendruif 5 years ago
Malicks experiment that came before the masterpiece 'To the Wonder'.
Jonathan Sundqvist over 5 years ago
You'll have to be in the mood. Watch it for the beauty. Not in the mood when I saw it.
Justin L. Clemons over 5 years ago
Is too long for what it is.
James Davidson over 5 years ago
It's an arty movie about a Christian family. Some will find it exasperating, I enjoyed it.
Mihaela H. over 5 years ago
Boring. :(
Michael McKean almost 6 years ago
To understand how important every life is on this planet- the baptism of life is examined
Murillo Parreira 6 years ago
WTF!?
Guillaume Bws Rolin 6 years ago
Why ?
Werllen Lauton Andrade 6 years ago
Boooooooring!
The Tree of Life is a 2011 American drama with experimental elements written and directed by Terrence Malick and starring Sean Penn, Brad Pitt, and Jessica Chastain. Malick's film chronicles the origins and meaning of life by way of a middle-aged man's childhood memories of his family living in 1950s Texas, interspersed with imagery of the origins of the universe and the inception of life on Earth. After decades in development and missed 2009 and 2010 release dates, the film premiered in competition at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival, where it won the Palme d'Or. The film received overwhelmingly positive reviews for its technical and artistic merits, but there were also polarizing reactions in response to Malick's directorial style and, in particular, the film's fragmented non-linear narrative. A mysterious, wavering light that resembles a flame flickers in the darkness. Mrs. O'Brien (Jessica Chastain) recalls a lesson taught to her that people must choose to either follow the path of...
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