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The mysteries of faith and God are explored in "The Vessel," but such questioning is never direct. Co-producing the picture is Terrence Malick, and writer/director Julio Quintana is a major fan of the helmer's work, going out of his way to mimic a Malickian storytelling ebb and flow that's intended to become some sort of screen poetry. It's a valiant effort, but there's no reason for such artistic replication when Quintana has passable puzzling to work on and a co-star in Martin Sheen to bring ideas to life. "The Vessel" isn't as ambitious as one might think with such a provocative premise, often pretending to be other movies when it should really be its own. Read the rest at


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