This movie scares the living shit out of me. I can only watch it during the daytime
You want to hate it, you really do. But you can't. I've seen it, and I'm open to discussion but am I calling it a masterpiece? No.
It's probably just because I'm stupid.
what was once a favorite of mine in my early 20's, now feels a bit amateurish, arbitrary, pointlessly convoluted, and wildly overrated. it's ok to not like this movie. david lynch is not the genius people want him to be.
A true masterpiece. Lynch's wonderful swan song to film before he went digital. Mulholland Drive will always have a place in my cinematic heart. It's simply brilliant.
With such a complex storyline and a deep perspective of a failure hollywood-wannabe-star, this is probably one of the most surreal movies I ever saw. A psychological thriller very well designed and (as one's would expect) directed.
Lynch's touch is unremarkable.
made me study film, magic
One of the best films ever made
It's magic, pero no hay banda!
Lesbians crying to a Spanish version of daddy Roy. Sickening
Not only one of the sexiest, weirdest, and creepiest films ever made, but also an extremely potent exploration of sexuality, identity, dreams, and Hollywood as well. My all-time favorite film.
A movie which can't be described. A must see!
I've seen this four times over the last three years. Each time it completely engages me and proceeds to haunt me for weeks. Every viewing brings new discoveries, new ideas to ponder. The audition scene, the Club Silencio sequence, the looming sense of dread throughout—all reminders of cinema's power to suck us into a world. Ironic in a film where the Hollywood dream is an illusion. This might be my all-time favorite.
don't look away from the screen you will get lost!! #don't even blink!
David Lynch you got me on this one!!!!
Watching Mulholland Drive a second time was such a completely different experience. The first time I was left utterly confused, with only a vague sense of what had happened. The second time it made such perfect sense it didn’t feel complex at all. It really is just a simple story told in a complex way.
Makes your brain hurt in the best way possible.
Watch with caution, Mulholland Drive will blow your mind
I didn't understand this film at first but after I read about it on the internet I could realize all its genius. Mulholland Drive is art. Lynch deserves a cookie.