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To the Wonder

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  • An otherwordly focus on 'Gravity'

    Arriving at a Malibu cafe while waiting to conduct a post-screening Q&A, cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki isn't just on time but, startlingly, early. The 49-year-old Mexican-born cinematographer has earned raves for two very different films last year: Terrence Malick's earthbound romance "To the Wonder" and Alfonso Cuarón's outer-orbit survival epic, "Gravity," for which Lubezki has received an Oscar nomination.
  • Oscars 2014: 'Gravity's' pull on director, cinematographer

    Anyone who has seen director Alfonso Cuarón and cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki work together might think they spend all of their time arguing like an old married couple, the squabbles punctuated by all manner of Spanish swear words. "They are very...

    Despite Malick's absence, Affleck, McAdams promote 'To the Wonder'

    Despite Malick's absence, Affleck, McAdams promote 'To the Wonder'
    At most Hollywood premieres, the star of the movie doesn't have to convince the audience to sit through their film. But that was the case at the unveiling of Terrence Malick's "To the Wonder" Tuesday night, as Ben Affleck implored a theater full of...

    'To the Wonder' review: Not a Buzz Lightyear catchphrase

    'To the Wonder' review: Not a Buzz Lightyear catchphrase
    *1/2 (out of four) If “To the Wonder” were a stand-up routine, it’d go something like this: “Didja ever notice how guys are always walking around with their hands in their pockets, saying and expressing nothing? And women are...

    Tom Cruise, 'Oblivion' going nowhere, glacially ★★

    Tom Cruise, 'Oblivion' going nowhere, glacially ★★
    Something's wrong. Tom Cruise, or, rather, Jack Harper, his character in the placid new science-fiction adventure "Oblivion," can't shake his dreams of a woman giving him the big eyes on the observation deck of the Empire State Building. It's 2077....