Thriller • R • 2001 • 2 hr 27 min
A must see for Lynch fans. Requires two viewings for the full effect. Don’t worry about understanding, focus on the experience of the dream.
One of Lynch’s best films. Has his stylish weirdness and an interesting story with an ending open to interpretation.
An incredible depiction of the “Hollywood Dream” 10/10
I couldn’t begin to tell what this film means or even what it’s about, but it’s quite brilliant. And one of the best jump scares on film.
those funny little tiny old people they’re such pests aren’t they? 😂anyway if i saw them running across my floor i would stamp on them
A mesmerizing narration of twisted and convoluted dream-like figures of past and future colliding in a whirlwind of emotions and evocations.
Masterpiece with a bright, sunny Daylight-Jumpscare.
Its strange to see this film coming straight from Eraserhead. First, it’s like Lynch is absent. Then it ends leaving you confused and scared
This movie makes you feel uneasy and confused in an intriguing way, has a lot to say and a great snapshot of the early 2000s
One of the best movies ever. The end makes everything finally have some sense. This is a brillant execution of a great idea.
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