Articles Posted in the " Terrence Malick " Category


  • To the Wonder

    To the Wonder is veteran cinematic visionary Terrence Malick’s follow-up feature to Tree of Life. A cast including Ben Affleck, Olga Kurylenko and Javier Bardem struggle to steal the film from the scenery, which as usual is a big concern of Malick’s. Will it be as divisive as his last effort? We tried to find out.


  • Top 10 imaginary versus films

    There is nothing we like more here at BFF Towers than seeing two totally random creatures fight it out to the death. Alien vs Predator (one, not two), Mega Shark vs. Crocosaurus, Mega Shark vs anything really… Later on this month Cockneys vs Zombies attacks our screens and to celebrate we thought it would be fun to think of the best versus films that neither man nor beast has ever thought of before. Some might say there is a reason why these films don’t exist…well we say WHATEVS! We will get a space on our mantelpiece ready for our Oscar. Let’s kick off with Strippers vs Werewolves…oh hang on…



  • 10 Films To See at Cannes 2012

    French film monthly Premiere has announced that Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom will be opening Cannes Film Festival 2012. To save you from having to find a French newsagent/actually read any French, here are the predicted titles that have us wishing that we could spend a week on Brangelina’s fuck-off-huge yacht…


  • Two Years at Sea

    Two Years at Sea, the latest art piece from Ben Rivers, follows the daily habits of the reclusive Jake Williams. As one of the last remaining wild-men, Jake’s story is inspiring, uplifting and needlessly dull.


  • Oscar 2012 Nominations

    THEY’RE HERE! The nominations for the 84th Academy Awards have been released, and as we predicted The Artist has basically bagsied all the categories like a fat greedy child in a tuckshop. Standard.


  • Another Earth

    Another Earth is an interesting, confidently-executed film which attempts to deal with the big questions. It succeeds where it touches on authentic human emotion and relationships, but falls down where it tries to be all big and fancy. It does have a pretty cool end shot, though.