>fucking god damn Fabio
>Joe Lo Truglio
>There was no script. All of the scenes were improvised.
>According to Christian Bale, Terrence Malick didn't tell the actors what the film was about.
>muh deep emotional journey through the eyes of one fucking rich Hollywood screenwriter
>hurr too deep for you durr
>I'm so depressed but I'm so filthy rich, oh no I'm so empty inside derp
This is shit of the highest kind.
This is god tier shit.
I think this is the epitome of Hollywood circlejerking.
Oh man I gotta watch this, sounds like a total trainwreck. If there's one thing that's a sight to behold it's REALLY bad imrpov. I think Cassavetes' Husbands was one of the best examples of bad improv I've seen.
jesus christ, reddit, pull yourself together
It is Malick outlining his version of Christianity with feeling rather than dialogue and plot. If that isn't your thing, I wouldn't recommend watching his movies.
He is a top tier artist.
I'm a big Cassavetes fan but I do agree, Husbands was an experiment gone awry. Ebert's review nailed it.
>here are long passages of dialogue in which the actors seem to be trying to think of something to say. This in situations where the words should flow naturally (is a drunk ever at a loss for words?). There are lines like: "You know what you are? You're a ... you're ... I'll tell you what you are ... you're ... I wish I could think of what you are." Followed by the actors breaking up and slapping each other's backs, etc.
But again, Knight of Cups is brilliant cinema. I'd suggest keeping an open mind.
>He is a top tier autist
Not to mention Tree of Life was dogshit and basically the scene in Adaptation where the hack writer writes a shitty hack script thinking it's genius
>THE BEGINNING OF LIFE
>THE AGE OF MAN
Wonderful advice from an ineffectual neckbeard to a true artist.
Why are broposters so epic, bros?
I think we can all agree on our favorite flicks:
Boondocks Saints, American History X, Fight Club, and of course The Dark Knight. Did I miss any?
It was an exercise in key jangling. There's maybe ten minutes worth of great scenes in it. The rest is really bad improv and freshman-tier theology. It's a good movie when you're a teenager I guess.