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A reflection on Terrence Malick's Knight of Cups (2016)

Written and Directed by Terrence Malick

Cast: Christian Bale, Natalie Portman, Cate Blanchett, Freida Pinto, Brian Dennehy, Wes Bentley

“Once there was a young prince whose father, the king of the East, sent him down into Egypt to find a pearl. 774 more words


Knight of Cups Arrives on Blu-ray/DVD, VOD and Digital HD June 21

“Deeply felt. Terrence Malick’s ambition for higher meaning and purer cinematic expression remains enthralling.” ~ Jake Coyle, Associated Press
“Erotic. Exquisitely rendered by the great cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki, who just won his third consecutive Oscar.” … 540 more words


Andy Serkis' Jungle Book Adaptation Ain't Gonna Be So Cute and Cuddly

Andy Serkis is best known for being the actor who has seemingly perfected the art of motion capture. In films like Lord of the Rings, King Kong,  317 more words


Freida Pinto on Roles for Women in Film

Freida Pinto Reveals the Reality Behind Roles for Women in Hollywood

By: Nicole Charky@NicoleCharky

You know the hot babe. You’ve watched her on-screen as she inches her way out of a crystal blue pool, slowly shimmying to some sexy tune in the background. 2,183 more words

Women In Film

Female-Driven We Do It Together Sets ‘Together Now’ To Be Helmed By Robin Wright, Catherine Hardwicke & More - Cannes

Non-profit production company We Do It Together has set its first feature project, Together Now. An omnibus of short films, it will see each segment directed by a woman with a prominent actress in a lead role. 297 more words


The Twinkling of Tinseltown

Knight of Cups (2016).

D/W: Terrence Malick. DP: Emmanuel Lubezki. Starring: Christian Bale/Cate Blanchett/Natalie Portman/Wes Bentley/Teresa Palmer/Freida Pinto/Brian Dennehy/Imogen Poots/Cherry Jones.

I imagine filmmaker Terrence Malick as that charming yet introverted kid in the playground. 509 more words

Feature Film Reviews

Cup overfloweth

Terrence Malick’s Knight of Cups is hard work at times. But it’s not nearly as bad as To The Wonder


Knight of Cups… 277 more words

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