This is nice :)
I like to use long takes only when they are effective and at the service of the scene, not to be and end in themselves. I'm not saying that Inarritu does it or his movies aren't good (I love most of them), but there's a difference between a long take and showing off skills, like some directors do.
Hirokazu Koreeda. Enough said. Cannes is pretty interesting this year. A big meh for the usual masterfully directed 5 year olds targeted movie by uncle Steven.
I watch very few trailers, actually. I prefer to avoid them and base my choices on other factors. It's just a personal way of approaching movies. Furthermore, there are more and more badly done trailer that don't represent the movie in the best possibile way, and many trailers that spoil major plot points or even the ending. Trailers are meh, I can happily do without them.
I think the cinematography on Knight of Cups is superior than The Tree of Life... maybe it's the best Lubezki's work. In my opinion, of course.