S&P: Terrence Malick is a bold filmmaker who is not afraid to take risks as demonstrated by Badlands, Days of Heaven, The Thin Red Line, and The New World. He's known for creating visually stunning dramas that explore the depths and reach of human emotions. The Tree of Life is his most ambitious film yet as he takes us on a journey from stardust to wonder, exploring the natural world, the joys of new life, the impact of memories, and the dynamics of family life.
MediaStinger: "These movies didn’t necessarily have trailers that blew you away, but at the very least they all had potential to be much better than the actual final product."
CO - Let’s be honest… it’s always a good time to be Brad Pitt. One of the sexiest men alive, rich and powerful, and an extremely underrated actor, he’s considered a shoe-in for a Best Actor nomination for Money Ball, out on DVD and Blu-Ray this week. He’s excellent in the film, which reminded us that beyond his good looks he’s appeared in a number of modern classics worthy of mention in our ongoing series Five Great Movies.