Who doesn’t love Terrence Malick? Well, there are actually probably a lot of people who don’t, but whether you love or hate the INCREDIBLY deliberate filmmaking style of America’s least prolific auteur, you have to admit that he’s got a great eye for breathtaking cinematography. Malick’s most recent cinematic poem, Tree of Life, shot by Emmanuel Lubezki, comes out this weekend and to celebrate the occasion, Jim and Alex have dedicated Whatcha Gonna Queue to some of their favorite visually striking films.
But before they get to the eye candy, they get to the regular candy:
And in For Your Consideration, these are the films that give Jim and Alex eye boners:
- Jim recommends the revisionist Western The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford shot by Roger Deakins
- Alex recommends the adult fairy tale Pan’s Labyrinth shot by Guillermo Navarro
“Don’t that picture look dusty?”