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David Lynch Films

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by shaolinmasta, Aug 30, 2004.

  1. shaolinmasta

    shaolinmasta 12oz Veteran Member

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    David Lynch Films

    Discussion started by shaolinmasta - Aug 30, 2004

    He makes some pretty tripped out movies and I fucken like em.

    Ive seen 4 of his so far: Mullholland Dr., Lost Highway, The Elephant Man & Blue Velvet and would have to say the guy is really fucked up in the head.

    Mullholland Dr. was my favourite by a mile but all the others were good too.

    His movies always make no sence after you've seen them the first time (besides Elephant Man), and always leaves you wondering what the fuck just happened?

    So you have to watch em a few times to grasp some sort of understanding of what just went on in those 2 hours of entertainment.

    If haven't seen his films I recommend you go out and hire some of them, youll probalbly end up liking them too.


    I'd post apic but forgot how to post em ah fuck it.
     
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    Twin Peaks.

    That is all.
     
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    Lost Highway was decent.

    I never saw Twin Peaks. What the hell was up with the Log Lady?
     
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    bathoræ - Replied Aug 30, 2004

    Be more specific. As in, what was her purpose? or who was she?
     
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    uhm, "what the hell is up with...." is a blanket term which condenses all those questions. Think smarter, not harder

    that's why I'm paid to be an elite member
     
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    Wild at Heart

    hotassmovie
     
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    ...Twin Peaks is great.

    I need to get season two on DVD, I've yet to see all of it.

    Fire Walk with Me is great too.
     
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    The Amputee = :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
     
  9. imported_Tesseract - Replied Aug 30, 2004

    I fuckin love his stuff, he's amazing.

    My favorite is BLUE VELVET without a doubt, that movie kills it...then lost highway and last mulholland drive which seemed like a watered down lost highway to me.
     
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    FRANK BOOTH IS MY FUCKING IDOL!!!
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    IF THERE'S ONE THING I DON'T LIKE ITS WARM FUCKING BEER
     
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    ..eraserhead. the soundtrack alone (which lynch is also responsible for)is enough
    to make you shit your face.
     
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    mr lynch gets one of these [​IMG]
     
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    I feel like Lynch's movies are overly artsy and not enough entertainment or emotion. He doesn't acceive anywhere close to the neccesary balance for me

    By this I mean of course a good movie can work in the realm of the bizarre, or sullen, or whatever (Memento or 8 1/2 for instance) but should also compel you and involve you with the characters on some level. His movies seem to make the same mistake alot of Mamet movies do in that the actors are lifeless objects used to progress the overall idea. At the end of some Mamet and all of the Lynch movies I've seen I've always thaught "That was a great idea, too bad it was lifeless."
     
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    Yeah I wanna fuckin see the Twin Peaks series, but I don't think you can hire the series out:mad:
     
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