It’s not just the prosaic approach the mythically outsized hallmarks of Americana that makes A.J. Edwards’s first directorial effort feel like a Malick movie.
It’s hard not to get a little nostalgic while trying to determine one’s favorite films of all time.
Few would argue against The Tree of Life being one of the very best films of the year, but it remains the biggest wild card of awards season.
One major reason that Terrence Malick’s films are so divisive is that they’re so nakedly emotional, that he’s so blatantly aiming for the sublime.
Charles Taylor was dismissed from his duties as a Salon critic in February, 2005. At the time, Salon editor Joan Walsh chalked up the decision to simple economics.