By Ray Pride Pride@moviecitynews.com

Josh Dickey

“Here’s where it all devolves into a muddled pastiche of Malick clichés: gorgeous nature shots, hissy-whispering nonsensical voice-over, and his latest kick, which is two movie stars — pick a combination, any combination — in a room, or a field, or a puddle, doing incredibly weird things to each other’s bodies. Those things include, but are not limited to: goofy hand-to-hand wrestling, rolling around on beds and berber carpets, chasing each other around staircases, stepping on each other’s faces, pushing and pulling, hair-biting, playing “airplane,” awkwardly holding one another’s heads/faces, awkwardly holding one another’s feet and calves, awkwardly pulling at one another’s shirts and blouses, bare belly-kissing (OMG SO MUCH bare belly kissing), hip-bone clasping, lifting and carrying, finger biting, crotch grabbing, armpit caressing, holding each other upside-down, crotch-to-knee grinding, foot squeezing, throwing twigs and blades of grass at one another’s faces, putting caterpillars in one another’s hair … good lord who does this crap?”
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