Review: Terrence Malick's "Knight of Cups"
After making lyrical, rapturous films set in the Pacific theater of World War II ("The Thin Red Line") and Jamestown ("The New World"), Terrence Malick has steadily moved closer to present day and his own stories, too. In a trilogy of films, he's sought to use all...
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