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Ranked: Terrence Malick Films From Worst to Best With The Tree of Life recently released on DVD, we decided to reassess Terrence Malick's films. All five of them. by Chason Gordon In movies and life, Terrence Malick likes to take his time. The near twenty-year gap between Days of Heaven and The Thin Red Line left many fans starved for the lyrical poetry he'd made his trademark. The Tree of Life, just out on DVD, is Malick's fifth film in just under forty years. But it's also his second in six years, so we may be lucky enough to have more Malick sooner this time. In the meantime, we're ranking his small but potent output from worst to best. 5. The New World (2006) Every Malick film walks a fine line between cinematic meditation and telling an actual story, but The New World does this with [...] »

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