I can write nothing on Heideggerian scholar*/(anti)Hollywood director Terrence Malick's The Tree of Life that hasn't been better written elsewhere. Even so, the film has just come available on DVD and digital download, so I thought I'd recommend it to anyone who has been interested in PEL's recent religion episodes. (Suggestion: try to watch the HD version of the clip.) If I had to try to connect the film's theme to recent topics, I'd call attention to Malick's ruminations on life's utterly contingent nature, and whether it suggests the presence or absence of God.
While the film isn't perfect (somebody please explain the ending!), a movie with existential dinosaurs beats a two-hour couch-warming session with another Transformers sequel. Trust me.
*I can't find a decent link, but Malick translated Heidegger's The Essence of Reasons for Northwestern University Press before he abandoned graduate study.