Knight of Cups Synopsis
Knight of Cups follows writer Rick on an odyssey through the playgrounds of Los Angeles and Las Vegas as he undertakes a search for love and self. father
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Compassion For The Lost. Does anybody care about the existential Crisis of a Prince of Hollywood?

By davochambers
I had the privilege to view this film in an advance press screening in Perth, Western Australia. My full review is located Here! There are many critics coming out against this film, including the...

The Malick Touch

By mcpeer3668
A masterpiece. Malick's 7th feature is a towering, emotive, deeply personal epic that will resonate with you completely or not at all. When the film works, it features the very best that cinema has...

Big waste of talent

By richardrss
While this movie had some of my favorite actors, I am sorry to say that they were completely wasted in this incoherent mess. I had no idea what this movie was about from beginning to end, and the...

Knight of the cups

Oh good grief. Only 6 people in the theater for the show. Only two of us made it to the end. Really good luck making sense of this....

Knight of Cups

By derekathom
Probably the worst movie I have seen in years. We walked out after half an hour....

Save your money

By bnackenhausen
Tries to be an art film. Just plain annoying and boring. My husband fell asleep, as did the guy next to me...


By scottdrucker13
Moving performances, stunning cinematography by the master Chivo himself, and a unique character study....

What kind of drugs do I need to understand this movie?

By dsfrancisco

Worst movie ever!

By tinatina501
Don't go!!!! Bored, confused, painful, pitiful, awful! Seriously don't go, stay home... Zootopia would be better for my childish adult mind. Consider yourself warned....


By neonrun
Am normally a big fan of Terrence Mallick, but this film never moved past the first 10min of story....

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Rated R | For Some nudity, sexuality and language.
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Wandering, experimental Malick film may challenge even fans.
Read the Common Sense Media Review