So, I believe you're a big fan of Terrence Malik, and in an earlier thread, I mentioned how boring The Thin Red Line was and how I couldn't get through it. Well, I gave it another chance the other day and it's one of the best recent movies I've seen. I absolutely loved it. I'm pretty sure when I watched it the first time, it just wasn't the right time and mood. It's one of those movies you should watch alone, unless it's with a movie buff, and when you're wide awake. The movie is pretty much one big montage of voiceovers of quotes and letters from soldiers. And I thought it was all delivered exceptionally well and it was very moving, convincing and inspiring. The cinematography and soundtrack were both great, as even throughout the movie, you feel like you're sitting through photography class, the editing and images give quite a polarizing effect rather than feeling too campy. Sean Penn and Jim Caviezel both had very memorable performances. I found myself replying their banters in my head after the movie.