Watch: Terrence Malick's 'To the Wonder' Full US Theatrical Trailer
"To commit yourself is to run the risk of failure, a risk of betrayal…" Who else do you market an indie to if even diehard Terrence Malick fans are saying this isn't that great? How about the celebrity-obsessed crowd, especially after Ben Affleck won that Oscar, sorta, for Argo right? ET via The Film Stage has a new theatrical trailer for Terrence Malick's To the Wonder, the sweeping love triangle romantic drama set mostly in Oklahoma starring Ben Affleck, Olga Kurylenko, Rachel McAdams with Javier Bardem as Father Quintana. This is a beautiful, mesmerizing trailer but I have to say it's so much better than the film. Enjoy!
Watch the full US theatrical trailer for Terrence Malick's To the Wonder, originally from ET.tv:
Rachel McAdams, Ben Affleck, Javier Bardem and Olga Kurylenko star in this new film from Terrence Malick, about a man who reconnects with a woman from his hometown after his marriage to a European woman falls apart. After visiting Mont Saint-Michel, Marina and Neil come to Oklahoma, where problems arise. Marina meets a priest and fellow exile, who is struggling with his vocation, while Neil renews his ties with a childhood friend, Jane. To the Wonder is directed by reclusive iconic filmmaker Terrence Malick, of Badlands, Days of Heaven, The Thin Red Line, The New World and The Tree of Life. This premiered at the Toronto Film Festival last year, and will finally be released by Magnolia Pictures on April 12th next month.
Why the fuck is Olga Kurylenko appearing in alot of movies these coming months...? She's a fucking horrible "actress." There is no need to cast her in movies or TV shows. Get some real talent who are dying to show off their skills.
Stacy on Mar 8, 2013
Because she is much hotter than you are. But seriously,there are worst things in the world than having to watch beautiful women with mediocre talent in movies.
qyxzw on Mar 8, 2013
That's true, like passing kidney stones and... uh, well, i guess being subject to water boarding is worse and uh, let me think...
Michael valintine smith on Mar 8, 2013
Malick: "Who's that guy that everyone says is better at directing than he is at acting?" Casting Director: "You mean Ben Affleck?" Malick: "Yea, get him to be the lead."
Matt Peloquin on Mar 8, 2013
But he is so purrty.
qyxzw on Mar 8, 2013
I love the beautiful and hypnotic cinematography of Malik's overindulgent pompous bloated masturbatory crap with some supposed deeper insight into life.And I really mean it as a compliment.No,really.
qyxzw on Mar 8, 2013
All I saw was Sonic and Taco Bueno. I'm hungry.
Cody Thomason on Mar 8, 2013
There is all kinds of film-making. Each one has it's superiority and inferiority. I like them all; Malick's visual candy included...
PBGray on Mar 8, 2013
Slick chic flik Malik has decided to raise the level of American cinema to the poetic heights of Thomas Kinkade.
Ezra pound on Mar 8, 2013
NEEDS MOAR TREEZ NEEDS MOAR WEET FEELDS!1! But seriously, I, as a huge Terrence Malick fan, cannot wait for this movie. I don't really care what the critics say at this point (and I'm open to being let down) because Terrence Malick films have a tendency to divide audiences completely and I usually find myself on the favorable side.
Sycophantic Sockdrawer on Mar 8, 2013
I loved The Tree Of Life, can't wait!
Nielsen700 on Mar 8, 2013
I went and saw Tree of Life. Let me tell you, I'd rather jerk off into a meat grinder than endure another 2 hours of Malick's metaphysical garbage.
email@example.com on Mar 8, 2013
People either love Malick or hate him....we see which kind ur...
David Darida on Mar 10, 2013
Looks like a beautiful perfume ad.
Jepp on Mar 8, 2013
people who constantly need plot and dialogue are the ones truly closed-minded. Film art in general does not NEED to be bound up by rules. An image has more power than hundreds of lines of dialogue.
sedna on Mar 8, 2013
An image can also be a hundred times more boring than lines of dialogue. Don't tell me this movie is good becasue is doesn't have a plot. If this movie is good and if it doesn't have a plot, then it's good despite the fact it doesn't have a plot. People who think they can judge other people because they appreciate a plot are the truly-truly narrow-minded.
Nash on Mar 9, 2013
Malick asks more of audiences than a lot of people, especially in these last two, especially in this country, especially these days, are willing to give. so did Ozu. so did Tarkovsky. iI don't mean to suggest that he's infallible. but to call his films garbage concerning what gets passed off as cinema these days is ludicrous. and masturbatory? his central theme, at least since Thin Red Line , hit square on and with little if any attempt at ironic distance, is compassion. aranofsky is masturbatory. malick might be grandiose, liturgical, metaphysical, but masturbation isn't really on his radar. more like a monk raving about a transcendent god to a nation of merchants and film students.
Corey on Apr 24, 2013
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