Malick keeps pushing Affleck to the corner of the frame, as if he's more interested in the women. I found it difficult to maintain interest in anyone. If there's such a thing as a feather that weighs a ton, it's To the Wonder. show more
Having been deeply moved — though often exasperated — by Terrence Malick's previous film, "The Tree of Life," I don't have the heart to belabor the failings of his new one, which is depressed and deeply depressing. The only thing that's wonderful in To the Wonder is the imagery. show more
"There's nothing here!" screams Romina Mondello - Kurylenko's Euro gal pal, walking the deserted sidewalks of this Anytown, U.S.A. Boy, truer words . . .. show more
What a waste of time. Malick should be ashamed of himself. I love the movies, but this was just too much. Do yourself a favor and stay home. I should have known when I saw that the movie house was 3/4\'s empty. And, some of those who came to see the film, left early. I was an jerk and stayed through the whole thing. Not even a star for this film.
Terence Malick never disappoints us, if we are expecting a strange movie...he is a master at communicating with the camera, very few words...gorgeous shots of Paris and Mt. St Michel, the devastating loneliness of mid-America...but after a while we ask ourselves \"where is it going?\"...(no more space