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what a load of old bobbins.
Like most of his films bar theElephant Man and the one with the tractor in it.
When youre a teen trying to be cool all his films are great. but now? nah.
I really enjoy Blue Velvet, Lost Highway, Inland Empire, Mulholland Drive, Fire Walk With Me... I don't understand a lot of them, but I sure do enjoy them!
Dune was just poor. When Kyle 'harnesses' the 250 metre worm, I cringed so much.
It had its moments for sure, but on the whole I didn't enjoy it.
brilliant. a kind of early command and conquer
nice mystical atmosphere, good cast, beautiful production design. great soundtrack too! who cares if it makes little sense and is a bit long?
EGGS SACK T LEE
really bad actor in the film.
off the top of my head it has:
Max Von Sydow
And this was following Aliens VS Predator.
It wasn't even just boring, I thought it was more than bad. I found it repulsive, it actually offended me. I don't think I've ever felt more hateful then when I had to go through that.
Really, really, really EEUURGH.
taken into consideration the movie is 20 years old, it's sets, effects, and costumes were all pretty good. it's adherence to the book (aside from the ending) wasn't bad. but what killed this movie was the goddam soundtrack. just horrible.
but lynch being only for teenagers? not in the least. he's still fantastic. just because you don't understand something doesn't make it wank.
I just find myself utterly repulsed by this film. It's not because it's dated or anything, it's just horrible
about your FACE and MUM
even thought it's got a lot of things wrong with it.
apparently lynch turned down a chance at a star wars movie for this. but that might be a lie.
not a patch on the novel.
he was penned in to do return of the jedhi. which would have been fucking weird.
he's a geeeeenius
I do love the films I've seen except for Dune.
Blue Velvet is one of my favourite ever films, and Inland Empire and Eraserhead were two of the best cinema experiences of my life.