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‘Knight of Cups’ Review: Terrence Malick’s Hollywood Odyssey Is Rapture Lite Flipping through a fashion catalog or a handsomely mounted design book has its diverting joys. But “Knight of Cups,” Terrence Malick‘s attempt to render a dapper, rudderless movie writer (Christian Bale) wandering an Antonioni-esque Los Angeles into something navel-gazingly cinematic, winds up as mainly an art browse, even with all its visual resplendence. It’s the movie equivalent of a multi-course banquet of colorful foams: wisps of flavor emerge here and there, and admiration reigns, but in the end you’re unlikely to believe you’ve actually had a meal.

Terrence Malick’s KNIGHT OF CUPS Official Trailer The post Terrence Malick’s KNIGHT OF CUPS Official Trailer appeared first on FilmoFilia. Watch the official trailer for Terrence Malick’s KNIGHT OF CUPS. With an ensemble cast headed by Christian Bale and supported by Cate Blanchett, Natalie Portman and Imogen Poots, "Knight of Cups" centers around a screenwriter and his spiraling odyssey in the sexualized, hard-partying and urban landscape of Hollywood. The post Terrence Malick’s KNIGHT OF CUPS Official Trailer appeared first on FilmoFilia.

Christian Bale Wants a Love Experience In Latest, Not-So-New 'Knight of Cups' Trailer It’s been a while since we’ve had new Knight of Cups footage, and it’s going to be even longer. A new trailer for the upcoming Terrence Malick film debuted on Tuesday, but sadly it’s not exactly new. Continue reading…

Trailer For Terrence Malick’s Knight Of Cups Starring Christian Bale Writer / Director Terrence Malick (Thin Red Line) has a new film coming out next year and we have a trailer for it. Knight of Cups stars Christian Bale along with Cate Blanchett, Natalie Portman, Brian Dennehy, Antonio Banderas, Freida Pinto, Wes Bentley, Isabel Lucas, Teresa Palmer, Imogen Poots, Armin Mueller-Stahl and the voice of Ben Kingsley. The description of the film reads: Once there was a young prince whose father, the king of the East, sent him down into Egypt to find a pearl. But when the prince arrived, the people poured him a cup.

‘Exodus: Gods and Kings’ Commands $8.6 Million at Friday Box Office The Bible epic “Exodus: Gods and Kings” will bring down reigning box-office champ “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay” and win this weekend with a three-day opening of around $25 million. But it won’t match the March opening of the faith-based action saga “Noah” and isn’t going to lead the slumping box office out of the bull rushes. “Exodus,” which is directed by Ridley Scott and stars Christian Bale as Moses, brought in $8.6 million from 3,505 theaters in its debut Friday. That easily outpaced Lionsgate’s young adult blockbuster, which has been No.

Ridley Scott's ‘Exodus: Gods and Kings’ Takes $1.2 Million at Thursday Box Office Director Ridley Scott‘s Biblical epic “Exodus: Gods and Kings” got rolling with a $1.2 million haul from early shows at roughly 2,500 theaters Thursday night at the box office. “Exodus,” which stars Christian Bale as Moses, is expected to end the three-week run of reigning champ “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1” with a three-day total in the $25 million range. See photos: Golden Globes 2015: The Nominees (Photos) The early show haul for “Exodus” is a little under the early total of “Noah,” which brought in $1.6 milli

Meeting, but rarely exceeding, expectations, Ridley Scott's grand retelling of Moses and the Hebrews' flight from Egypt is strong on visuals and A-list presence, but slight on narrative and characterisation. Christian Bale and Joel Egerton both put in fine performances as Moses and Rameses, while the rest of the big-name cast gets lost amidst a CG-heavy blizzard of battles, plagues, revolts and muddled imagery.

Ridley Scott‘s “Exodus: Gods and Kings” rolled up $23 million at the overseas box office this weekend, one week ahead of its North American debut. Fox opened the Biblical epic starring Christian Bale in 6,462 theaters in 10 foreign markets and it connected. Its $6.2 million opening in South Korea was the biggest ever for a Ridley Scott-directed film there.

‘Exodus: Gods and Kings’ Early Reviews: Ridley Scott’s Epic Draws Mixed Reaction The first time Ridley Scott let slip that he was planning a new movie epic about Moses, he said what interested him about the Biblical figure “isn’t the big stuff that everybody knows.” However, as trailers for the film – titled Exodus: Gods and Kings – began to hit the scene, it quickly became obvious this movie isn’t so much the “untold story” of Moses (played here by Christian Bale); it’s more just The Ten Commandments, redone with modern tentpole values, actors, and the self-seriousness of Scott’s previous historical epics (Kingd

‘Exodus: Gods and Kings’ Review: Christian Bale Makes a Stiff White Moses in Ridley Scott's Stolid Epic If you're going into “Exodus: Gods and Kings” thinking that director Ridley Scott is going to give the Moses story anything we didn't already get from Cecil B. DeMille in two versions of “The Ten Commandments,” prepare to be disappointed.

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