Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Michael Horton Reviews Malick's The Tree of Life

Click here to read Michael Horton's review of Terrence Malick's film The Tree of Life. The bad part about living in the middle of Kansas is that I still haven't seen this movie weeks after its going into limited release. I hope to share my thoughts on the film soon, but until then check out what Horton has to say.
“The Tree of Life” is a stunning visual experience that weaves big questions about God, evil, and the meaning of life with a family and its setting so concrete in its details that you can’t help but sympathize with all of the characters. As a Christian parent especially, it reminded me once again how powerfully our father-images shape our experience of God, for better and for worse—not just on the surface, but in the depth of things.

1 comment:

  1. The lack of story or purpose is annoying and at times, the film is too experimental. Topping things off is an abrupt and unsatisfying ending which doesn't leave us with good feelings towards the film.

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