(August 28, 2016) Original
October 7, 2016
From IMDb: “An examination of the birth and death of the known universe.”
Poster Rating: B+ / B
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Review: (#1) This may be simple, but its scientific and artistic properties are quite compelling. This is truly a design for those who don’t mind a bit of thinking with their poster designs. (#2) This is a little less interesting than its predecessor, but it’s still a visually splendid effort.
Trailer Rating: B+
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Review: The stunning photography and fascinating effects make this documentary burst into life, creating something any scientific-minded person or Terrence Malick lover would be excited about.
Would this be considered a documentary? I’m leaning towards yes, though I wouldn’t be surprised if the Academy’s documentary filmmakers overlook it. The editors and cinematographers branch may not, making it the rare documentary that competes outside of the doc categories.