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The Tree of Life


Rated PG-13 for some violent images.

PG-13 138min.
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The eldest son of a 1950s-era Midwestern family sets out on an existential journey that leads him to question his faith while seeking the answers to life's most challenging mysteries in this evocative drama from celebrated director Terrence Malick. Read More
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December 19, 2012
0 Stars--Turned it off after ten minutes.
December 15, 2012
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September 01, 2012
Truly bizarre! I read thhe precis which tells me the plot! But I sure didn't see all that in the movie! Academt Award nominee?? You've GOT to be kidding! Yes, beautiful cinematograpghy! But best picture????? NO!!!!!! No acting at all, 2 shots of Sean Penn with no dialogue, and very, very little dialogue throughout the movie!!!!!!!!!!!!! Wierd, wierd! This did not evoke anything in me except
August 08, 2012
Wonderfully provocative film which left me to explore my own life's complexities. So much in this film went right to my heart
July 24, 2012
I saw it on TV last nite, did not seem to make much sence, at least to me,AND i HAVE VIEWED A LOT OF MOVIES IN MY 71 YRS.

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