Um filme visualmente impecavel com uma trilha sonora incrivel e ótimas atuações, o filme peca um pouco na duração se tivesse 40 minutos a menos seria melhor e menos cansativo, é um filme interessante porem monótono com efeitos especiais maravilhosos e uma boa edição, A Arvore da Vida é um bom filme mas não é feito para qualquer um.
I can't really put my feelings into words. the way that jessica plays the mother and brad plays the father reminds me a lot of my parents. she is delicate, wise and graceful, filled with love. he's strong and insensitive and also very wise but acts like a fucking dick.
lubezki amazing, as usual.
This film reminds me of a piece of impressionism artwork. It is a spiritual, philosophical & emotional journey. It is unlike any film I have ever seen due to its complex nature. Very cerebral and thought-provoking which makes sense since the director is a thinking man. Having graduated Harvard as Summa cum laude and a Rhodes scholar from Oxford, I wouldn't expect any different from Malick.
Some truly amazing camera angles are used throughout. Magnificently striking visual effects are used as…
I absolutely loved the look of this film, all dreamy and picturesque. I also thought Brad Pitt was incredible, probably the best performance of his I've seen. Jessica Chastain deserves a mention but she's overshadowed by a career defining turn from Pitt, not really her fault.
All the birth of the universe/dinosaurs stuff was nice to look at but it didn't resonate with me, or with the rest of the film. It seemed pretty unnecessary, but at the same time…
A flower that blooms. A tree that doeth grow. A pleasant song that one doeth sing...
These are among the most beautiful things.
A loving heart. A giving soul. A thoughtful mind...
These are treasures to cherish life.
A fruitful spring. A luxuriant Fall. A splendid winter wonderland...
These are the seasons of the year when all is good with God's divine plan.
No film has had a greater influence on me as a filmmaker and human being.
Director: Terrence Malick (Final Film)
The Tree of Life was my least anticipated of all the films I've seen from Terrence Malick as a part of this project - and yes, lo and behold it turns out to probably be the best.
I find it strange saying that, because honestly when a film is highly rated before I see it, I picture myself setting my expectations real high only to be bitterly disappointed which in-turn makes me doubt…
"The only way to be happy is to love. Unless you love, your life will flash by."
'The Tree of Life' is a strange one for me. Three and a half years ago I sat in anticipation in my local arthouse cinema in Manchester unaware of exactly I was getting myself in for beyond knowing it had recently won the prestigious Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival and was directed by the notoriously camera shy Terrence Malick. At this…
I'd give this six stars if I could. I've honestly never seen anything like it.
"The only way to be happy is to love. Unless you love, your life will flash by. Do good to them. Wonder. Hope."
(The Tree of) Life is beautiful.
The calmness of the characters and tranquillity of the shots create a stark contrast to the overwhelming and unsettling themes we witness as our characters deal with regret, deal with loss and ultimately deal with the absurdity of existence between Venus and Mars, between doing and not, between beginning and end.
This is Ron Fricke meets Gaspar Noé meets Andrei Tarkovsky meets Lars von Trier. It might even be the filmatisation of Carl Sagan's feelings on the photograph Pale Blue Dot.
The Tree of Life is a film that is almost impossible to describe. It is an experience that will leave you wondering what you've just seen. It is an amazing visual achievement.
Terrence Malick has created an example of visual poetry, a film that tells its story mostly through what you are seeing, not hearing. Imagine if someone wrote a poem about existence, life, creation, childhood, wonder, sadness, happiness, and beauty, and then visualized it. That is The Tree of…