Although I like Terence Malick, I think this one went too far with experimentation and improvisation, to the point I found it hard to follow.
Also, although the cinematographer is one of the best, I think the camera was moving too much.
I find it interesting that Woody Allen has managed to make all these films around the same "Woody Allen" character.
A relaxing movie for a summer evening, exploring the usual Allen themes.
I liked the 1930s style and -especially- colors.
And Blake Lively is so hot I might even watch that shark movie.
A low budget film with a straightforward, simple story.
I do not remember when was the last time i was shocked by movie violence (come to think of it, it was probably Apocalypto). Shockingly brutal is a very accurate description.
Some solid acting though; I think I underestimated Kurt Russell.