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Podcast: Terrence Malick Movie Series

Podcast: Terrence Malick Movie Series

Terrence Malick is a filmmaker we’ve talked about many of times over the years, and has become a favorite of ours, with The Tree of Life even landing in JD’s Top 10 Movies of All-Time. Understandably, some will find his films meandering, but his lyricism and poetry is something that deeply resonates with us. He’s an emotional and spiritual filmmaker whose visual storytelling and intimate dialogue is uniquely his own. It’s become such a vivid distinction that the term “Malickian” has become a descriptor for others using his techniques. Say what you will about Malick, but no one makes movies like he does, thus making him one of the more influential directors in recent years. So, join us in our journey, as we travel through the badlands of Montana, the new world of America, Texas in the 1950s (which somehow also includes the Big Bang and dinosaurs), and so much more.

Badlands, 1973

Listen to our review below as heard on Episode 418.

Days of Heaven, 1978

Listen to our review below as heard on Episode 419.

The Thin Red Line, 1998

Listen to our review below as heard on Episode 420.

The New World, 2005

Listen to our review below as heard on Episode 421.

The Tree of Life, 2011

Listen to our review below as heard on Episode 421.

To the Wonder, 2013

Listen to our original review below as heard on Extra Film.

Knight of Cups, 2015

Listen to our original review below as heard on Episode 161.

Song to Song, 2017

Listen to our original review below as heard on Extra Film.

A Hidden Life, 2019

Listen to our original review below as heard on Episode 359.

While we have officially covered To the Wonder, Knight of Cups, Song to Song and A Hidden Life, we will have an epilogue at the end of this series where we revisit those films in one conversation. We’ll talk about how we initially felt about those films, how things may have changed and where we stand with them now as time has progressed. Be sure to leave any feedback in the comment section below or hit us up on social media!

InSession Film founder and owner. I love film. Love art. Love how it intersects with our real lives. My favorite movies include Citizen Kane, The 400 Blows, Modern Times, The Godfather and The Tree of Life. Follow me on Twitter @RealJDDuran. Follow us @InSessionFilm.

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