Mulholland Drive

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#41

yeah I saw it for the first time in a packed cinema last year, was pretty great


#42

Went to a screening ON MY BIRTHDAY. Joy overload


#43

The Elolephant Man


#44

this has absolutely Dune me


#45

Found it more watchable than Inland Empire. Still no idea what that was about. What was with the rabbit sitcom?


#46

Good film. It’s got Billy Ray Fucking Cyrus in it as well, making it extra good.

I think it was the first Lynch thing I’d seen - I remember picking up the DVD (remember those!) in HMV (remember those!) because the theme used to get played at Optimo and I liked it. The first time I watched it remains one of the best film-watching experiences I’ve had, up there with seeing Jurassic Park in the cinema when I was 7.


#47

Quite like the red herring-y list of clues that came with the dvd.


#48

Oh yeah, I’d forgotten about those. Stuff like “look at the bedside lamp” iirc.


#49

‘Notice appearances of the red lampshade’ :thinking:


#50


#51

Was gonna post it but thought it might contain spoilers but I think it just adds to the confusion ha.


#52

they all make perfect sense tbh


#53

:joy: ouch


#54

“it’s total pish but the sixth time you watch it you’ll notice a red lampshade that is connected to…”

you’re alright, pal you can keep it


#55

I can imagine “notice appearances of the red lampshade” being said in Red Room-style backwards speech


#56

Lynch’s magnum opus. Don’t know what its “meaning” is and don’t want to know.


#57

spoiler: the scary man behind the bins knew that internal affairs were setting him up


#58

Let’s poll this shit.

David Lynch’s best film:

  • Eraserhead
  • The Elephant Man
  • Dune
  • Blue Velvet
  • Wild at Heart
  • Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me
  • Lost Highway
  • The Straight Story
  • Mulholland Drive
  • Inland Empire

0 voters

I’m not sure I can decide. Tough call.


#59

can’t chose one

it’s at least a 3-way…maybe 5-way tie


#60

I can’t decide, though I picked Mulholland Drive on the assumption that it wins out by maybe point zero one of a percent