vi ontem o 'Grind' do la scala e ya basicamente LOL eurotrip com skaters :/ o filme nem esta no mubi
The story is breathtaking! Jake's and Drew's acting are also the deepest I ever saw on them... It had it all to be a masterpiece, although I felt it went drifting apart in some particular moments...it's clearly influenced on Lynch's work, but I feel Kelly could have done a better job in some aspects, though. Still, the whole ambient of the movie was quite perfect, and characterization was totally on the money!
This film is like a Lynch film!!! Good job!!! But it's obviously influenced by Lynch's work... And the ending was copied at Three colors: Blue...
This movie could have been one of the best in cinema history. Storyline is monumental. But I did not like "acting" in most parts, I could not satisfy myself with visual enough. Dialogues were not that good. Also sometimes film could not raise its own ideas so much. Even its own philosophy was not really mature. It was little bit like being philosopher without rational philosophy.
I used to love this movie so much. I'm not sure if it's because it became such a fad and a trend to like it, or if I just grew out of it...but I just don't seem to care much for it anymore. The only thing I really care for now is how awesome that fucking bunny suit is and I still want one.
Everyone should see the director's cut. The theatrical release is useless in helping to understand this film, which if you don't by the way is not a reason to discredit it. Yes it is at times a film school masterbation, yes Darko seems to be just a plot device but I feel this merely brings it down from being a great film to a good one.
This story is just plain unnaceptable. "So he sees this bunny that tells him the worlds gonna end and this jet engine travels through this interdementional space portal and crashes into his room" Fuck off....ridiculous
Honestly, do you say that about every superhero movie, every movie with any ridiculous story in it that would be impossible? Or are you just saying that because you didn't understand it? From here, your comment just seems like a frustrated outburst from someone who didn't get something.
Lynch-Lite, perhaps, but I guess I can't complain about a few less calories when it still tastes almost as good as the real thing. The music's worth three stars alone, and the fantastic story twist is inventive enough to merit one more.
After hearing countless things about this film, I can safely say that I thoroughly enjoyed it. Not the masterpiece some say it is, however not the utter bullshit others have told me it. A friend of mine once called it a "middle school David Lynch movie" which it sorta is but that didn't restrict my enjoyment of it. Would definitely like to watch it again eventually. Loved the scenes with Frank, he was my favorite bit