A couple Fridays ago, I went to see the matinee viewing of The New World at Loews Theatres in White Marsh, MD.
Rather than put everyone through a lengthy review, I will only offer a few comments/suggestions.
1. To Colin Farrell - It is evident that you are just a pretty face. I recommend you start reading the scripts before telling your agent ..."I'm in, when do I start"... You see, Colin, the movie business is all about "What have you done lately", and quite frankly, if you keep this shit up you will have a very short career (read Phone Booth, Alexander).
2. To Terrence Malick (writer and director) - One of the main ingredients of a successful movie is "a story". Please keep that in mind when you undertake your next cinematic endeavor. Furthermore, although titles of movies do not have to give away the integral points of the story, plot, or theme, they should relate to the content in some meaningful way. For example, you chose The New World, and to be honest, I felt duped. Had you named the picture "The Love Triangle of Pocahontas" perhaps I would have had a better feeling as a exited the theatre in haste.
3. Go fuck yourself, New Line Cinema.