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To the Wonder

The life of a young handsome man named Neil, who falls in love with a divorced woman raises her young daughter and accompany them to Paris, where they face many obstacles and struggles with meeting his old girlfriend, has been changed completely, as he does his best to balance between his two lovers.
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New Zealand Herald
May 16, 2016 Moving and thought provoking.
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April 09, 2014 Jane and Neil find themselves brushing against each other in a large field right up next to a herd of brown bison amid rustling grasses, as if grass were ever still when a camera, Malick's camera, is directed its way.
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Orange County Register
March 03, 2014 Love is a many-splendored thing, except when it isn't in To the Wonder, a wispy romantic movie about the death of a romance.
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Arizona Republic
April 25, 2013 A thing of great beauty, but not much more.
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Christian Science Monitor
April 26, 2013 Essentially it's an agglomeration of Malick's worst stylistic annoyances.
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July 15, 2015 Your response to all this depends extremely heavily on how much philosophizing and pretty pictures you're willing to accept in lieu of a story.
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The New Republic
June 13, 2013 What is most affecting is Malick's intent. He plainly devised the story to give him a series of panels for the expression of feeling.
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The Atlantic
April 16, 2014 Malick is employing his usual style of montage and voice-over narration but in a new, contemporary setting that makes Wonder feel like his most vital work in years.
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Miami Herald
May 03, 2013 The movie plays like an undercooked pie that hasn't had enough time to cool and settle.
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Film School Rejects
August 11, 2014 To the Wonder shouldn't be passed off as "self-parody," but as Malick's self-destructed misfire.
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June 21, 2016 In its own way, it's an involving picture, but Malick's form is too frequently working against his content.
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