This one will stay with you. Meditative, introspective, and thought provoking. Beautiful landscapes and cinematography.
A slow and reflective exploration into an unwavering moral character and its repercussions on those around. Great cinematography.
A heartbreakingly beautiful and emotional film. One of the most gorgeously shot films I’ve ever seen
Indescribably beautiful. It talks directly to your soul.
It exists to teach its moral but it also acknowledges the uselessness of art trying to teach morality. A special gem in Malick's filmography
Beautiful, poetic, a powerful true story carried by the vision of our most talented filmmakers working today.
Beautiful cinematography, emotional and spiritual, by the way it's a Malick's movie..
A story of morality, pride, rationality and where it all comes from
Malick returns to more of a traditional story and it makes for an intensely human and powerful watch. It may be my favorite of the year!
I need a large ultra wide screen tv to enjoy this film.
Gorgeous, slow, ethereal, meandering, frustrating, captivating. In other words a Malick film. Rewarding if you know what you're in for.
Poetic, lyric depiction of a German conscientious objector. Says a lot without much dialogue, overwhelming without much action.
In one sense, is profound, particularly second half; but it’s do show it feels like little is actually happening. Borders on boring.
Not Malick’s best, but extremely good. It’s a little unfocused, even by Malick’s standards, but otherwise, it’s fantastic.
Beautiful and sad movie about morality and responsibility of our free will. Malick is one of the best alive directors.
Beautiful, truthful and liberating. Must watch!
deep premise about struggles to do what you believe to be right in difficult times, but EXCRUCIATINGLY slow with almost no dialogue
It was so boring I couldn't finish it. Too slow.
This one is very intense. The amazing camera work and acting make it feel so realistic; it’s just something only Malick could do
A typically overlong Terrence Malick movie through and through, but better and more moving than any of his post-Tree of Life movies.