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Found 12 results

  1. Must. Remain. Calm. So I can type this properly. According to Nikki Finke: Terrence Malick is working on another movie.
  2. Links to our threads on Badlands, Days of Heaven, The Thin Red Line, The New World, The Tree of Life, To the Wonder, Knight of Cups, Voyage of Time, Weightless. Terrence Malick is going to make another WWII film, this time about an Austrian conscientious objector. The working title is Radegund: Malick seems to be working at a near-frenzied pace these days.
  3. According to a quick trip through some stories at The Guardian, IMDB, and various online chats about sci-fi and Mel Gibson, it looks like the next Terrence Malick film may be Tree of Life. Colin Farrell and Mel Gibson are the actors supposedly involved, but it sounds like something along the lines of 2001: A Space Odyssey, beginning in some pre-historic era and jumping forward in time. (And that's interesting, considering how I've heard The New World compared to 2001 several times.) But this all sounds very vague and speculative. Who knows? Anybody here heard about this? (I see Peter men
  4. (A&F threads for Badlands (1973), Days of Heaven (1978), The Thin Red Line (1998), The New World (2005), The Tree of Life (2011), To the Wonder (2012), Knight of Cups (2015), Voyage of Time (2016), Song to Song (2017), and Radegund.)
  5. Showblitz breaks the news: Do we have a thread for this already?
  6. Exciting (for some of us) news from Criterion. Gives me hope that they'll take on The New World.
  7. QUOTE Terrence Malick will now direct his script THE NEW WORLD, a New Line drama about Pocahontas and the cultural collision of European explorers and Native American tribes. Colin Farrell has committed to play the explorer John Smith in the project, which has set a July production start date in Virginia. � Malick will now direct CHE July 2005 instead of 2004 as previously planned, and figured that project could use more preproduction time for its Bolivian shoot. FWIW, there've been reports that Benicio Del Toro will be play Guevara.
  8. Tyler

    Deadhead Miles

    Deadhead Miles is a 1973 trucker comedy that was directed by Vernon Zimmerman and written by Terrence Malick. Alan Arkin stars. It was never released in theaters, but now It's on Amazon Prime.
  9. Links to our threads on other recent or current Lincoln-themed movies The Conspirator (2010), Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (2012) and Lincoln (2012). - - - EXCLUSIVE: Diane Kruger to play Abe Lincoln's stepmom in "Green Blade Rising" As we finished up our talk about the most critically acclaimed performance of Diane Kruger's career-- as Marie Antoinette in the French drama "Farewell, My Queen," we chatted briefly about what she has coming up. . . . And there's the film she starts shooting in the fall. Terrence Malick is producing "Green Blade Rising," she says, which is about Abraha
  10. So first of all, I finally got a copy of this to see it. Good luck finding it at a Borders or Best Buy or anywhere else (I had to just order it off Amazon). Second, I kind of find it hard to believe no one has started a thread on this yet, but using google and this site's search engine I certainly can't find one. "Terrence Malick's 1973 first feature is a film so rich in ideas it hardly knows where to turn. Transcendent themes of love and death are fused with a pop-culture sensibility and played out against a midwestern background, which is breathtaking both in its sweep and in its banality."
  11. I saw this film tonight on the big screen, probably my third viewing. To my taste, a perfect film. Certainly one of the astonishing elements is Linda Manz. What an unaffected, wild child performance. It's a privilege just to watch her: I feel so grateful she was captured on film. Her voice-over; Me and my brother, it just used to be me and my brother, we used to do things together. We used to have fun. We used to roam the streets. There was people suffering of pain and hunger. Some people their tongues were hangin' out of their mouth. In fact, all three of us been goin' places, lookin'
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