If you’re not excited about The Tree of Life yet, now is the time to do it. To do excited. Now.
Why? For one, it’s a Terrence Malick film, which either means nothing or everything to you. If you’re among the former, then know this: it sounds like the craziest period piece ever. It’s a movie set in the 1950s that may or may not have dinosaurs. They’re still keeping the details about it pretty well guarded, but they’re doing a good job of getting us talking.
There are a lot of stills for you to check out in our post about the movie today, and if you need to catch up, the rest of the recap is a fine way to do that. Very fine indeed.
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Cube reboot/sequel/prequel/something in the works
Jason Bateman is vibrating with excitement
Charlie Sheen quotes as your desktop wallpaper
Inception in 60 seconds in Victorian paper cutouts
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Super awesome Super 8 poster revealed
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Have a LOT of Tree of Life stills for your morning
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Another super Super poster, now with 100% more Ellen Page
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Trailers and Video:
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