The LA Times writes:
"To the Wonder" represents what is arguably Malick's most experimental film
yet, but [Rachel] McAdams expressed surprise at some of the audience reaction. After all,
it shouldn't come as a shock that Malick would craft a lyrical tone poem, given
that his narratives have long been infused with evocative imagery and
"It's funny, all we say we want in life is freedom — of speech, of religion,
of thought," McAdams said. "And here's Terry definitively not telling us what to
think, and some people don't like it."