Who says American movies aren't good?
A mesmerising tale of time travel, fate and love. Great cast (Love McDonnel!). An experience that stays with you, both in terms of filmmaking and figuring out what actually happened.
my teenage years were not that confused after all.
lol this was once my favourite film hA
A banda sonora é simplesmente fantástica!
That kind of film that looks great, but whose plot is essentially empty.
This was my favorite movie in high school, but I hadn't seen it in a long time. I was worried it wouldn't hold up.....but it totally did. It's almost perfect. It is loaded with details and the shot design really is great. It adds up to this inexplicable feeling, perfectly personified in that brief moment when Drew Barrymore and Noah Wyle say, "Donnie Darko." "I know!" I loved it just as much now as when I was 16.
I INVITED HIM TO MY PLACE, BUT NO LUCK.
It doesn't make that much sense but it's interesting. I guess I felt a little cheated by the end.
It was interesting enough.
Definitely my cup of tea.
with Lynch influences,don't know if anyone else got that theme was well aware of the hype surrounding the film but entered the experiences free of any*hipster bias*or *widespread bias*
Apart from a few flaws and lapses in logic I actually really enjoyed this film and am intrigued by it.I loved the opening shot,I enjoyed the musical score and musical selections and feel there is an inherent atmosphere of a John Hughes film mixed
Interesting to say the least haha. While the plot may have been difficult to follow (understand) the style and creativity provided for a great spectacle.
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!