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  1. Duncan Gray's rating of the film Lost Highway

    A surreal puzzle movie about guilt and delusion, as well as a deceptively sly critique of film noir, porno, and other male fantasies/nightmares. In retrospect, it's a dry-run for Mulholland Dr., where we also see the reflection of the story instead of the story itself. But even though it's intelligent, it's a lot less soulful than MD. Sidenote: isn't it funny that film noir cliches are now less dated than 90s music?

  2. flamingo jones's rating of the film Lost Highway

    I really enjoyed this film. Not as tight as BLUE VELVET or MULHOLLAND DR, but this movie was captivating and features some of my favorite Lynchian motifs. I like the use of psychogenic fugue in this movie, and found that LOST HIGHWAY explored male sexual anxiety in a fresh way. Slavoj Zizek's bit about this film in PERVERT'S GUIDE is interesting, and worth watching as an accompaniment.

  3. Francesco Tonelli's rating of the film Lost Highway

    Italo Svevo would be proud of this.

  4. sónia fialho's rating of the film Lost Highway

    Estou tão confusa. Mais confusa que aquando o final de Inland Empire.

  5. anarresti's rating of the film Lost Highway

    This is definitely the film that got me into Lynch's cinema. I had seen Blue Velvet when I was probably too young. The split in Lost Highway was a point of no return. When lights go out, I just let myself get immersed. Even if it's my subconscious, or my emotional self that are learning and being fed. Even if consciously there is a gap. From that point on, I was even more able to allow myself to dream, awake.

  6. emichan's rating of the film Lost Highway

    That moment when Bill Pullman turns into Balthazar Getty

  7. JUERGEN_K's rating of the film Lost Highway

  8. Pymo's rating of the film Lost Highway

    Don't answer the phone!

  9. Mahda Purmahdi's rating of the film Lost Highway

    A Möbius strip of eyes, lips, bodies, and other nightmares. Fascinating and beautiful.

  10. espaçonimas's rating of the film Lost Highway

    ESTRADA PERDIDA, um dos melhores filmes de um dos melhores realizadores contemporâneos, David Lynch, passa esta segunda-feira, dia 23, no Espaço Nimas em mais uma sessão do ciclo "Cinema Clássico". A sessão começa às 19h15 e tem o preço único de 4€. TODOS AO NIMAS!

  11. ~ Lisa ~'s rating of the film Lost Highway

    This movie makes me feel all kinds of creepy.

  12. LOVETT's rating of the film Lost Highway

  13. miljana d's rating of the film Lost Highway

  14. Aarthi Subramani's rating of the film Lost Highway

    Watched the film for 135 mins. Then read about it. The latter took longer. I fully expected Bill Pullman to go from mostly irrelevant to mildly interesting. He resolutely remains the former.

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  16. gio_firry's rating of the film Lost Highway

  17. Easton Dubois's rating of the film Lost Highway

    Highway probably should have taken a map.

  18. Inner Pattern's rating of the film Lost Highway

    This was very surreal and weird in that true Lynch style but it didn't quite 'grab' me nearly as much as Mulholland Dr. or Inland Empire. Still it's a solid 4 and like all of his surreal films need to be re watched multiple times. Also Robert Blake is soooo creepy!

  19. Bertrand's rating of the film Lost Highway

  20. Jye Sherwell's rating of the film Lost Highway

    This looks freakin' awesome!

  21. CRUSSER's rating of the film Lost Highway

    Every Lynch fan I know loves to shit on this movie, but I can't see a single thing wrong with it.

  22. James Caley's rating of the film Lost Highway

    One of the best high speed shots when Patricia Arquette gets out of the Cadillac and the fluros are slightly off shutter and that rockabilly tune plays. Perfectly photographed, timed, a beautiful woman in slo mo. I can't get this and the slo mo shot from Casino Royale with Ursula Andress and the Dusty Springfield tune and Peter Sellers can't believe where he's at out of my head.

  23. pedrosaurus's rating of the film Lost Highway

    Some years have passed since I last saw LH. Yesterday I've managed to watch it again. Now that I've absorbed a ton of film noir, I wonder if the desert house is a reference to "Kiss Me Deadly"? Well, I'm no interpretation expert, just wondering anyway. And that first encounter with the Mystery Man at the party is still - IMHO - one of the creepiest moments in cinema ever.

  24. salikshah's rating of the film Lost Highway

    watch this and you'll know why David Lynch is the most celebrated pornographer