Bryan Andrade’s review published on Letterboxd:
"Have I found you? Can it be?"
Second viewing. Can't say I was able to comprehend it more this time. Malick has created one of the most profound, dense (in the best way possible) and layered films I've ever seen. An odyssey of self discovery through a vibrant, yet cold and empty Los Angeles, captured unlike it's ever been through the lens of Emmanuel Lubezki. Wandering, searching for something, but unsure of what that something is. Parties, sex, and luxury as a means of distraction from the grim, harsh reality of life, yet it's all meaningless in the end. Terrence Malick's best film so far, only second to The Tree of Life, and one of the best of 2016.