Buy To The Wonder Posters Terrence Malick Movie – For Sale

Wednesday 01st of October 2014 12:13:26 PM

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Promo Flyer to advertise the Terrence Malick movie To The Wonder starring Ben Affleck and Olga Kurylenko


| Size – approximately 11×17 inches (28x43cm)


| Price – $9.84



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I’d see any movie with Olga Kurylenko and Rachel McAdams.

The story, if you are seriously thinking about going to a Terrence Malick movie for it, concerns a man (Ben Affleck) spontaneously moving with his lover (Olga Kurylenko, who radiates love pretty much whenever the camera is on her) and her daughter to suburban America and the ensuing drama with her visa, another woman (Rachel McAdams), and maybe something going on with the water. The water seems to be an embodiment of something wrong with present-day Suburban America, and there is perhaps no image more jarring in Malick’s career than one early in To The Wonder of a Sonic’s parking lot, further suggesting something being, for lack of a better word, “wrong.” The European landscapes that precede America, however, are beautifully shot and evocative, and some snowy/icy scenes show that Malick and Emmanuel Lubezki (who also shot The Tree of Life and The New World) can bring out the beauty in any natural landscape. More here




You just act your little heart out girl.

The problem with To the Wonder is that, for the first time, we don’t care about the characters enough to allow Malick’s narrative style to flow freely as it did before. Malick is pushing the boundaries of cinematic narrative to their very limits with this film but without the connection he usually brings so effortlessly to the audience’s heart. We find out precious little about the two lovers, Maria (Olga Kurylenko) and Neil (Ben Affleck) and why they are going through their troubles. Moreover, the film is told almost entirely from Maria’s viewpoint, leaving Affleck with very little to do and hinders his performance. It seems like Affleck never knows if his scenes will even make it to the final cut whereas Kurylenko is given free rein to act her heart out. More here








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