Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by Morrissey, Jun 30, 2016.
My most anticipated. This looks splendid.
I'm fucking in.
I'm imagining this (both imax and feature-length) as Malick attempting something similar to what Kubrick was doing with 2001:ASO, but filmed and edited in that gorgeous freeform, natural lighting visual style that will end up feeling similar to a doc like Baraka or Samsara but with narration. For anyone who's been absorbing every scrap of info about this, how far off base does that description sound?
Also I've heard there will be dinosaurs, is this true? If so plz god let the therapods have feathers.
There still has not been a lot of information on how the full-length version will differ or when it will release. Perhaps the IMAX version is to get people ready for the full thing?
Wow, finally -- can't wait.
Looks cool. This seems more up my alley than Knight of Cups, which I still haven't got around to watching.
This looks fantastic
Holy fucking fuck. Finally. I'm so excited. I'm actually, at this moment, watching The Tree of Life Blu-ray on my new TV cause it's the best looking thing I own
So the Cate Blanchett is the long one and the Brad Pitt one is the 40 minute IMAX one. I wonder which one will be easier to actually see.
Seems the Pitt version is the one that will be easier to see, from what I remember.
The Blanchett version is having its NA premiere at TIFF. Voyage of Time: Life's Journey
This is going to be quite an experience. I'm really excited for it.
How wide a release is this getting? I hope it's not so limited that I can't see it in theaters.
fuck balls that is gorgeous
Voyage of Time Review: Terrence Malick’s Doc Not a Trip Worth Taking | IndieWire
Read a couple of reviews (the Variety one is more positive) but I'm still all in on this. Here's the deal, I'm going first and foremost for stunning visuals. Maybe that's wrong but whatever. I'm going to see it because of how long this project has been in Malick's head. I'm not going to be convinced about a god or a higher power, I'm not going to learn anything I haven't seen in a nova documentary. I just want to appreciate whatever is on the screen.
Though the iPhone filming is a little whack
If a trade hack hates a Malick film, it must be something valuable.
I am seeing the 90 minute version on Saturday.
I don't take negative reviews for Malick movies too seriously, but considering this is a documentary I wasn't expecting to see the same "too Malick-y" complaints that his last few have faced. Still think this will be amazing.
Malick has been working on this on and off for 40 years, and the two versions have different functions: one educational, one philosophical.
Why Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett Narrate Two Different Versions of Terrence Malick’s ‘Voyage of Time’ | Variety