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October 26, 2001
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I still don't understand why people like this movie.
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This is the movie.
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Mulholland Dr. is most definitely a polarizing film, but I'm on the side that absolutely loves it. It makes no sense and makes complete sense at the same time. You just need to know what you're getting into by knowing that you won't know what you're getting into. Ultimately, it's a piece of wholly engaging surrealism.
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Modern Masterpiece. A true work of art.
Despite not being a fan of Lynch's style I was actually liking this one for the first hour and forty-five minutes, but unfortunately it became typical Lynch nonsense in the last forty minutes and fell apart for me.
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Not a dull moment found in a movie as surreal and complex as this. My favourite Lynch now. Pure art
A sublime, unique and intoxicating film.
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