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REVIEW

Gorgeous and ambitious, pretentious and baffling, tightly controlled yet free-flowing, "The Tree of Life" is unlike anything you've ever seen before. And yet it's very much the culmination of everything Terrence Malick has done until now — all four features he's made over the past four decades.

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All his thematic and aesthetic signatures are there from earlier films like "Badlands" and "The Thin Red Line": the dreamlike yet precise details, an obsession with both the metaphysical and the emotional, an ability to create suspense within a languid mood.

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It is simultaneously mesmerizing and maddening as it encompasses nothing less than the nature of existence itself. As writer director, Malick ranges far and wide, from intimate moments with a growing family in 1950s Texas to the dawn of time — complete with awesome images of the cosmos and, yes, those dinosaurs you've surely heard about — and back again.

"The Tree of Life" is deeply spiritual, but Malick isn't one to preach. Instead, he gives you the sense that he's genuinely asking questions to which the answers may be unknowable — he's putting them out there for himself, and for us all. Of course, we'll never know his intentions: Malick is notoriously elusive, which is admirable from an artistic perspective but probably frustrating for those who'd like to know what the hell he means by all this.

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But if you're open to letting the imagery wash over you, to allowing yourself to get sucked into the film's rhythms and fluidly undulating tones, you'll be wowed. And even if you're not a spiritual person yourself, given to the kind of seeking that frequently marks the characters' voiceovers in "The Tree of Life," you're unlikely to find the film's religious themes alienating.

"Lord, why? Where were you?" wonders the mother in the family, played as an idealized vision of nurturing womanhood by Jessica Chastain. "Who are we to you? Answer me."

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Malick offers an intriguing contrast between these heavy, eternal concepts and prosaic childhood memories: light, wispy snippets of sight and sound, of trees and sky and grass, of a mother's voice. (The technical elements here are just stunning, including Emmanuel Lubezki's cinematography, Jack Fisk's production design and Alexandre Desplat's score). These moments are intentionally impressionistic — and "The Tree of Life" feels defiantly plotless and, sometimes, self-indulgent — but they all represent an accurate depiction of how our early recollections can come back to us in fragments. Some are idyllic, while others are frightening.

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Eventually, "The Tree of Life" becomes rooted in the reality of the O'Brien family: a father (Brad Pitt), mother (Chastain), and three little boys. Pitt makes the character an intimidating figure, a capricious mix of toughness and tenderness, and it's probably the best work of his career. Chastain, a relative newcomer to the screen, balances him out with sweetness and grace but also with a playful nature and an open, expressive face; you get the sense that she only wants happiness for her children, in whatever form it comes to them.

But Hunter McCracken, the young actor playing Jack, the eldest of the three sons, has a startlingly confident and commanding presence, especially given that this is his first film. McCracken more than holds his own opposite Pitt, with whom he repeatedly clashes: He's truly the star. Jack will grow up to be played by Sean Penn, a Houston architect who's still shaken by a family tragedy decades later. This is one of the chief weaknesses here: Malick has Penn available to him, and all he does is ask him to walk around moping in Armani suits.

Still, "The Tree of Life" changed my mood for the rest of the day, too — and when you see a lot of movies, most of which tend to flee your memory leaving nary a trace on your heart or mind, that's rare. And it can't easily be dismissed.

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  1. Saving grace

    Brad Pitt appears in 2013's "12 Years a Slave" as a home builder from Canada, and learns some disturbing information about one of the slaves on the plantation where he's working. The film is based on a true account of Solomon Northup, a free man who was kidnapped into slavery. (Fox Searchlight) Back to slideshow navigation
  2. Man of the 'Years'

    Pitt's new film "12 Years a Slave" doesn't have a starring role for him, but his small part is pivotal in the action. Here, the actor arrives at the film's premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sept. 6, 2013. (Chris Pizzello / AP) Back to slideshow navigation
  3. Battle ready

    Pitt goes to war in the upcoming film "Fury," a film also starring Logan Lerman, Scott Eastwood, Michael Pena and Shia LaBeouf. In the movie, which takes place at the end of World War II, Pitt leads a final mission behind enemy lines. (Columbia Pictures) Back to slideshow navigation
  4. Swarming dead

    Pitt plays a former United Nations employee whose family is swept up in an abrupt outbreak of zombies in "World War Z." (Jaap Buitendijk / AP) Back to slideshow navigation
  5. On the move

    Toting as many as six children along at a time, Jolie and Pitt can't help but cause a scene, as they arrive with Knox, Vivienne and Pax at Tokyo's Haneda International airport on July 28, 2013. Pitt was in town to promote "World War Z." (Issei Kato / Reuters) Back to slideshow navigation
  6. Family bonding

    Pitt and Jolie bring two of their six children, Maddox and Pax, to the "World War Z" premiere in London on June 2, 2013. (Stuart C. Wilson / Getty Images) Back to slideshow navigation
  7. Power couple

    Jolie and Pitt stepped out on the red carpet at the "World War Z" premiere in Berlin on June 4, 2013. The expensive zombie film went through a laborious production process, but brought in over $500 million in box office worldwide. (Sean Gallup / Getty Images) Back to slideshow navigation
  8. Gotta wear shades

    Pitt poses on the red carpet ahead of the screening of his film "Killing Them Softly," at the 65th Cannes Film Festival in France, on May 22, 2012. (Eric Gaillard / Reuters) Back to slideshow navigation
  9. At gunpoint

    In "Killing Them Softly," Pitt plays a professional enforcer investigating a robbery of a mob-protected poker game. (Melinda Sue Gordon / Cogan's Productions) Back to slideshow navigation
  10. Helping out

    Pitt poses for a photo with a family who's been helped by the Make It Right foundation in the Lower 9th Ward in New Orleans, on March 9, 2012. Make It Right works to build sustainable homes and buildings. (Donald Traill / AP) Back to slideshow navigation
  11. Super couple

    Pitt and partner Angelina Jolie arrive at the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium on Jan. 29, 2012 in Los Angeles. (Jason Merritt / Getty Images) Back to slideshow navigation
  12. Golden couple

    Jolie and Pitt arrive at the Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 15, 2012, in Beverly Hills, Calif. Pitt holds a cane due to a leg injury sustained after falling on a ski slope. Pitt was nominated for "Moneyball" and Jolie for "In the Land of Blood and Honey," though neither won. (Jason Merritt / Getty Images) Back to slideshow navigation
  13. White House visit

    Pitt and Jolie (not seen) visit President Barack Obama on Jan. 11, 2012 in the Oval Office in Washington, DC. to discuss humanitarian work. (Brendan Smialowski / Getty Images) Back to slideshow navigation
  14. 'Moneyball'

    Pitt plays Oakland A's general manager Billy Beane in "Moneyball," based on Michael Lewis' non-fiction book. Jonah Hill co-stars. (Melinda Sue Gordon / Columbia Pictures) Back to slideshow navigation
  15. Brad Pitt and young baseball players from an area affected by the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami disaster, pose for a photo during the Japan premiere of Pitt's latest film "Moneyball' in Tokyo on Nov. 9, 2011. (Kazuhiro Nogi / AFP - Getty Images) Back to slideshow navigation
  16. Family affair

    Accompanied by their six children, Pitt and Jolie arrive at Haneda Airport in Japan on Nov. 8, 2011. Pitt was there for the Japan premiere of his film, 'Moneyball'. (Toru Yamanaka / AFP - Getty Images) Back to slideshow navigation
  17. Red-carpet ready

    Pitt and Jolie leave the festival palace after the screening of the film "The Tree of Life" at the 64th Cannes Film Festival on Monday, May 16, 2011 (Yves Herman / Reuters) Back to slideshow navigation
  18. 'The Tree of Life'

    "The Tree of Life" is a period piece that centers around three boys in the 1950s, whose parents are played by Pitt, right, and Jessica Chastain, left. The film received the Palme d'Or, the top prize, at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival. (Cannes Film Festival / Ho / EPA) Back to slideshow navigation
  19. Movie talk

    Pitt, left, and co-star Jessica Chastain attend a press conference for "The Tree of Life" on Monday, May 16, 2011 at the Cannes Film Festival. (Lionel Cironneau / AP) Back to slideshow navigation
  20. Family outing

    Jolie and Pitt take all their children (from left), Vivienne, Shiloh, Knox, Zahara, Pax and Maddox out for a walk to pick up candy in New Orleans in March 2011. (splashnews.com) Back to slideshow navigation
  21. Pitt's proxy

    Actor Will Ferrell, left, and actress Tina Fey, right, flank a cardboard cut-out of Pitt at the "Megamind" panel during Comic-Con 2010 at San Diego Convention Center on July 22, 2010 in San Diego, Calif. (John Shearer / Getty Images) Back to slideshow navigation
  22. Goodwill ambassadors

    Jolie and Pitt visit refugees in the Bosnian village of Medjedja, 43 miles east of Sarajevo, on Monday, April 5, 2010. Jolie and Pitt visited Bosnia to spotlight the plight of 117,000 people who have not been able to return to their homes since the end of the Bosnian war. (Amel Emric / AP) Back to slideshow navigation
  23. Watching mommy work

    Shiloh Jolie-Pitt, left, Pitt, and Zahara Jolie-Pitt, right, visit the "Salt" film set at Pier 66 in New York on Dec. 29, 2009. (Ray Tamarra / Getty Images Contributor) Back to slideshow navigation
  24. Yes, he Cannes

    Pitt promotes "Inglourious Basterds" at the 62nd edition of the Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, France, on May 20, 2009. Pitt told TODAY's Ann Curry, "In true Tarantino style, it's outrageous." (Guillaume Horcajuelo / EPA) Back to slideshow navigation
  25. Lucky 'Basterd'

    Eli Roth, left, and Pitt are shown in a scene from 2009's "Inglourious Basterds." Quentin Tarantino directed this film about a group of Jewish American soldiers during World War II who decide to fight back by scalping and murdering Nazis. The director told the Daily Beast, "I enjoy the war-mission subgenre but I want to forward it, make it bigger, broader, more artistic." (Francois Duhamel / AP) Back to slideshow navigation
  26. Man of the people

    Pitt, with Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, left, and House Democratic Whip James Clyburn, right, speaks to the news media in the U.S. Capitol after a meeting to promote New Orleans reconstruction in Washington on March 5, 2009. The Obama administration announced it would commit another $438 million toward redeveloping Gulf Coast communities still rebuilding from Hurricane Katrina in 2005. (Shawn Thew / EPA) Back to slideshow navigation
  27. 'Button-ed' up

    Pitt and partner Angelina Jolie arrive at the premiere of "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" in Paris on Thursday, Jan. 22, 2009. "Button" was nominated for 13 Oscars, but won just three, for makeup, art direction and visual effects. (Thibault Camus / AP) Back to slideshow navigation
  28. Out with the kids

    Pitt and Jolie with their children walk through Narita International Airport in Narita, east of Tokyo, Japan, on Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2009. They arrived in Tokyo for the Japan premiere of "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button." Pitt and Jolie have six children: Maddox, Zahara, Pax, Shiloh, Knox and Vivienne. (Haruka Nakagawa / AP) Back to slideshow navigation
  29. On the 'Case'

    In 2008's "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," Pitt starred as a man who is born old and then ages backward. Pitt told Rolling Stone, "I find 'Benjamin' is about those universal things we all share -- that 95 percent that makes us all the same, wherever we are in the world. Our loves, our hopes, but also the loss that we all walk around with and hide very well, and the ultimate notion that we're all expendable." (Paramount Pictures) Back to slideshow navigation
  30. 'Burn,' baby, burn

    In 2008's Coen brothers' comedy, "Burn After Reading," Pitt co-starred as a gym employee who stumbles upon the secret memoir of a CIA agent, played by John Malkovich. He and his co-worker, played by Frances McDormand, decide to blackmail Malkovich, with unfortunate results. "It’s much more fun to play the guys who make the wrong choices, have limited experience, and make the wrong presumptions," Pitt told Spoutblog.com. (Focus Features) Back to slideshow navigation
  31. Welcome the twins

    On July 12, 2008, Jolie gave birth to Knox Leon and Vivienne Marcheline at the Lenval hospital in Nice, France. The first pictures of the babies sold for $14 million to People magazine and Hello! The money went to the Jolie-Pitt foundation. (People) Back to slideshow navigation
  32. Expecting and red carpet ready

    Pitt and Jolie promoted Jolie's film, "Kung Fu Panda," at the 61st Cannes Film Festival on May 15, 2008. At the time, Jolie was pregnant with her twins Knox and Vivienne. (Matt Sayles / AP) Back to slideshow navigation
  33. Putting his money where his mouth is

    Pitt shows off Kellogg Park, a technologically advanced playground in the Lower 9th Ward that uses solar energy to run its electronic wireless game system in New Orleans on Dec. 1, 2008. The playground sits among homes being built through Pitt's Make It Right Foundation. (Alex Brandon / AP) Back to slideshow navigation
  34. That James boy

    Pitt starred as Jessie James in 2007's "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford." Robert Ford, played by Casey Affleck, idolized James so much that he wound up resenting him and ultimately killing him. Director Andrew Dominik told FirstShowing.net that Pitt was the first person he thought of for the role. "Part of the attraction with Jesse James was to cast a movie star and it wouldn't be miscasting, and the celebrity would work for the part rather than against it." (Warner Bros. Pictures) Back to slideshow navigation
  35. Beautiful losers

    Pitt and Jolie arrive at the 64th Annual Golden Globe Awards at the Beverly Hilton on Jan. 15, 2007, in Beverly Hills, Calif. Pitt was nominated for best supporting actor for his role in "Babel," but the award went to Eddie Murphy for "Dreamgirls." (Frazer Harrison / Getty Images) Back to slideshow navigation
  36. Casual stroll

    Jolie holds daughter Zahara, while Pitt props son Maddox up on his shoulders as the family takes a stroll on the seafront promenade in Mumbai, India, on Nov. 12, 2006. Jolie and Pitt were in Mumbai, India's financial hub, to shoot her film "A Mighty Heart," based on the life of the slain Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl in which Jolie portrays Marianne, Pearl's wife. (AFP - Getty Images) Back to slideshow navigation
  37. Something to 'Babel' about

    Cate Blanchett and Pitt play a couple who run into severe trouble during their vacation in Morocco when Blanchett is accidentally shot. Pitt fights to keep her alive, despite the lack of a hospital or reasonable transportation. Pitt told Interview magazine, "I was just really moved by the last moment, that epiphany of realizing just how close he came to losing everything. It was just that one idea that made me jumpy." (Paramount Vantage) Back to slideshow navigation
  38. World travelers

    Pitt and Jolie ride a motorcycle on a busy street in downtown Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, on Nov. 23, 2006. The pair flew to Southeast Asian countries for the filming of "A Mighty Heart" in Mumbai, India. (AFP - Getty Images) Back to slideshow navigation
  39. Chemistry lesson

    Pitt and Jolie created sparks as a bored married couple who discover they are enemy assassins in 2005's "Mr. and Mrs. Smith." Jolie raised eyebrows when she told the New York Times that she'd like to show the movie to her children, because, "Not a lot of people get to see a movie where their parents fell in love." At the time of filming, Pitt was still married to Jennifer Aniston. (20th Century Fox) Back to slideshow navigation
  40. Good deeds

    Pitt visits with children from the Carl Sithole Center orphanage for AIDS-infected and abused children on Nov. 5, 2004, in Johannesburg, South Africa. Pitt traveled to South Africa from Nov. 2 to 9 on a trip organized by DATA, the advocacy group formed by U2 frontman Bono to help fight AIDS, world debt and unfair trade rules. (Getty Images) Back to slideshow navigation
  41. End of an era

    Pitt and Jennifer Aniston attend the 56th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards at the Shrine Auditorium on Sept. 19, 2004, in Los Angeles. The couple divorced in 2005, citing irreconcilable differences. (Carlo Allegri / Getty Images) Back to slideshow navigation
  42. Beefing up

    Pitt played Achilles in 2004's "Troy," an adaptation of Homer's epic about the assault on Troy by the united Greek forces. Pitt told USA Today that he physically prepared for the role for a year and gained about 10 pounds of muscle. "It was grueling," Pitt said. (Warner Bros.) Back to slideshow navigation
  43. Rat Pack redux

    Stephen Soderbergh directed 2001's "Ocean's Eleven," a remake of the 1960 Rat Pack film. The film centered on a gangster named Danny Ocean (George Clooney) who rounds up 10 associates, including Pitt, to simultaneously rob $150 million from three major Las Vegas casinos. At the time of the film's release, Pitt told Film Inside Out, "The great thing about my baggage, as limiting as it may seem, it also sets me up for that kind of surprise and then people go and 'that was great, where did that come from?'" (Warner Bros.) Back to slideshow navigation
  44. Hanging out with 'Friends'

    Pitt guest starred on Aniston's sitcom "Friends" in 2001. In this Thanksgiving episode, Pitt played Will Colbert, a high school friend of Ross' (David Schwimmer) who reveals that he and Ross spread a rumor that Aniston's Rachel was a hermaphrodite and that they were members of the "I Hate Rachel Green Club" in high school. (NBC via Everett Collection) Back to slideshow navigation
  45. D'ya like dags?

    In Guy Ritchie's 2000 film, "Snatch," Pitt played Mickey, an Irish Gypsy boxer who speaks in a barely intelligible Irish accent. Roger Ebert described Pitt's accent by writing, "He sounds like a combination of Adam Sandler and Professor Backwards." (Screen Gems) Back to slideshow navigation
  46. Golden couple

    Pitt and Aniston arrive for the 51st Emmy Awards on Sept. 12, 1999, in Los Angeles. The couple met in 1998 and married in a private ceremony in Malibu on July 29, 2000. (Hector Mata / AFP - Getty Images) Back to slideshow navigation
  47. Ready for a 'Fight'

    Pitt starred as Tyler Durden opposite Edward Norton in 1999's "Fight Club." Norton plays an office drone who is inspired by Durden to start a series of clubs where men can vent their aggressions. Director David Fincher once said, "It's probably a character closer to Brad in real life than most people would be comfortable knowing." (Corbis) Back to slideshow navigation
  48. 'Seven Year' itch

    The 1997 film "Seven Years in Tibet" tells the story of Austian mountaineer Heinrich Harrer (Pitt), who escapes from Austria during World War II in order to climb Mt. Nanga Parabat. He winds up in Lhasa, where he meets the Dalia Lama. The film caused a little bit of controversy when it came out that Harrer had been a member of Hitler's SS elite forces. (TriStar Pictures) Back to slideshow navigation
  49. No surprise

    In 1995, Pitt was chosen by People magazine as the sexiest man alive. He was named sexiest again in 2000. Pitt, pal George Clooney and Richard Gere are the only actors to have received the honor twice. (People) Back to slideshow navigation
  50. 'Monkey' business

    Pitt received an Oscar nomination for his role in 1995's "Twelve Monkeys." Pitt played mental patient Jeffrey Goines, an animal rights activist and anti-consumerist, who plays a crucial role in the life of lead character James Cole (Bruce Willis). (Universal Pictures) Back to slideshow navigation
  51. 'Legend'-ary

    Pitt starred as Tristan Ludlow in 1994's "Legends of the Fall." The film tells the tale of three brothers and their father who live out in the remote wilderness in the 1900s and how their lives are affected by war, love and nature. The film co-starred Anthony Hopkins, Aiden Quinn, Julia Ormond and Henry Thomas. (Corbis) Back to slideshow navigation
  52. Before 'Twilight'

    Pitt starred as vampire Louis de Pointe du Lac in 1994's "Interview With a Vampire," opposite Tom Cruise and a young Kirsten Dunst. In the film, Louis tells how he became a vampire and what the life entailed. (Everett Collection) Back to slideshow navigation
  53. Making the most of a small role

    Pitt dresses down for the "True Romance" premiere in Hollywood, Calif., on Sept. 8, 1993. In the film, penned by Quentin Tarantino, Pitt played the stoner Floyd. His classic moment in the film came when he asked some dangerous gangsters, "You guys want to smoke a bowl?" (Brenda Chase / Getty Images) Back to slideshow navigation
  54. 'Kalifornia' boy

    Pitt played a serial killer in 1993's "Kalifornia," in which he co-starred with Juliette Lewis and David Duchovny. Duchovny plays a journalist who is writing a book about serial killers and happens upon a real one in Pitt. Pitt recently said in Interview magazine of the film, "Apparently the writer hated what I did. It was written more like Martin Sheen in 'Badlands' instead of what I did. I liked it, though." (Everett Collection) Back to slideshow navigation
  55. Ladies' man

    Pitt dated Gwyneth Paltrow from 1995 to 1997. At one point the couple was even engaged to be married. He also dated Juliette Lewis, Robin Givens and actress Jill Schoelen. (Matthew Mendelsohn / Corbis) Back to slideshow navigation
  56. A fish tale

    Robert Redford directed 1992's "A River Runs Through It." Pitt played Paul Maclean, the rebellious son of a Presbyterian minister, who grows up loving to fly fish in rural Montana. Craig Sheffer co-starred as Paul's brother Norm, who is as reserved and practical as his brother is wild. Pitt recently told Rolling Stone that the role was one of his "weakest performances." (Corbis) Back to slideshow navigation
  57. Breakthrough role

    Though it was not his first role by any stretch, 1991's "Thelma & Louise" made audiences sit up and take notice of Pitt. He played J.D., a handsome, young conman who shows Geena Davis' Thelma the pleasures of love making. (Corbis) Back to slideshow navigation
  58. TV star?

    Pitt starred on the short-lived Fox TV series "Glory Days." He played one of four high school buddies who start going in different directions, but who manage to maintain their friendship. The show lasted six episodes. (Everett Collection) Back to slideshow navigation
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