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  1. ZiggySan's rating of the film Mulholland Drive

    This might be the only thing from David Lynch that I like.

  2. telemarketer's rating of the film Mulholland Drive

    The first David Lynch film I ever saw in my life it left and unforgettable impression that has never faded or gone away from the first time I saw the credits roll. There is something so mysteriously captivating about this film which embodies and exemplifies so much of Lynch's powers in a single work. Blue Velvet might be his best film but Mulholland Drive is the best example of him as a filmmaker.

  3. dotvom's rating of the film Mulholland Drive

    David Lynch once again provides a bizarre whirlwind of a masterpiece that gets under the viewers skin and inspires deep thought. So much is up to interpretation, which creates a unique viewing experience for each audience member.

  4. soymilky's rating of the film Mulholland Drive

    Being deliberately quirky and confusing for the sake of being quirky and confusing isn't clever or artistic. This entire movie and the guy who directs it comes off as: "Babies First Surrealist Movie" or Surrealism for Dummies. This is my first David Lynch movie and consequently, my last :)

  5. Log Lady's rating of the film Mulholland Drive

    Screening, re-watch ~ A surreal Hollywood-through-a-peephole neo-noir infused with broken hearts. Trying to connect the scenes into a coherent narrative makes them more evasive and prone to slip back into the subconscious. Not my favorite Lynch, but the best emulation of a dream I have ever seen (I can say that, because I've seen some weird shit masquerading as real world things in my own dream world).

  6. Richard Tines's rating of the film Mulholland Drive

    Lynchian dream logic at its most haunting, and I do mean haunting... This movie will get at you, in scenes like the Spanish version of Roy Orbison's "crying" at the Club Silencio... Oh and Naomi Watts is superb, as usual. And she's gorgeous (sorry that's my male reproductive gaze talking) A ballad to shattered dreams and thwarted love, this slowburn drama, like most Lynch, takes multiple viewings to truly appreciate,

  7. Chichago_'s rating of the film Mulholland Drive

  8. Bernardo Crastes's rating of the film Mulholland Drive

    Lynch is a master of structure. Even if the plot is not directly comprehensible, it works in a poetic way, making sense even when it doesn't seem to. The mystery is amazingly bigger than the movie itself.

  9. Joaquín Font's rating of the film Mulholland Drive

    One of the best movies ever made.

  10. Iason Bogdan's rating of the film Mulholland Drive

    I'm baffled that so many people fell for this. Beautiful visuals but empty emotional pornography and voyeurism - jarring tone shifts felt like being in a manual transmission car with a student driver. If all reality and identity is fluid why the hell do I care what happens to anyone (I loved Blue Velvet btw)

  11. Nick Potter's rating of the film Mulholland Drive

    The film got even better my second viewing, yet my grasp for words got worse. It's perfect, haunting yet gorgeous, an absolute masterpiece of 2000's cinema, and I still barely know how to discuss it.

  12. Myles's rating of the film Mulholland Drive

    After they open the box, Mulholland Drive transforms from one of Lynch's best to his absolute worst. And that ain't no Horse Pucky, Coco.

  13. Joe's rating of the film Mulholland Drive

    Absolute masterpiece. Lynch's best

  14. Monkey Flix's rating of the film Mulholland Drive

    So I've decided that David Lynch is a performance artist pretending to be a director, but we're not in on the joke.

  15. tintinmugshot's rating of the film Mulholland Drive

    One of the best movies ever made about the Hollywood circus, specially if you're ingenuous, from a small town, dreamy, kind and a helpful soul, in a cage full of snakes. Pretty sure Lynch distilled his own experiences in the ring. Acid, surgical and straight to the point. Masterpiece.

  16. xuxuxush's rating of the film Mulholland Drive

    I've never been able to quite appreciate Lynch--his flashy extremities and surfaces; his fixation on grotesque violence and nightmarish absurdity; his caricatural pastiche of genres and tropes, making empathy impossible. At times he seems to embody the worst of Jamesonian postmodernism, creating an army of cold, detached, quasi sociopathic viewers. Tho some of this was fascinating—one world is the other reshuffled.

  17. drlurl's rating of the film Mulholland Drive

    A puzzle daring its viewers to try and piece it together, Mulholland Drive is as fascinating as it is inscrutable. The film, with its tightly-acted vignettes and a plot that meanders with purpose, is hypnotic to watch as it pulls off the neat trick of leaving audiences with little-to-no clue of what actually happens, while keeping you engaged all the while. A film for those who love to be spellbound

  18. Slappy McGee's rating of the film Mulholland Drive

    (4.5 stars) When I originally saw this in the theatre back in 2001, I absolutely hated it. Rewatching it after many years have passed... Damn, I think I love it. The first two hours are a great mystery thriller. The last 30 minutes is absolutely batshit crazy. Lynch really is a master of creating tension and an ominous mood. He does it really, really, REALLY well. I'm sure I will rewatch and find even more to love.

  19. alan2's rating of the film Mulholland Drive

    Perhaps one of the most famous neo noirs of all time

  20. savannah k leit's rating of the film Mulholland Drive

    David Lynch mixes the perfect amount of mystery, seduction, and angst in this formalism neo-noir film. Viewers are taken on an eerie, confusing journey as the narrative is not linear. Lynch and Naomi Watts are a dream team in this equally dreamy film. With Watts’ mesmerizing and heartbreaking performance mixed with Lynch’s manipulation, the end result is truly gripping and worthy of a rewatch.

  21. NicholasHeinecke's rating of the film Mulholland Drive

    This movie was full of surprises. And questions. Each character was brought into the movie with such mystery and oddity, and it really created a feeling of unease throughout the film. Many scenes lacked background music, which further added to the intensity. Overall, it was an interesting film.

  22. Vinny's rating of the film Mulholland Drive

    Mulholland drive is an ambiguous horror story. The constant reality changes are a fascinating aspect about this movie. Lynch uses confusion and suspense to really engage the audience. The film makes you keep wanting to watch more to discover new evidence about the plot so you can fill the huge blanks that Lynch left out, however some blanks were not filled and in return must be filled by the audiences imagination.

  23. Sakinah's rating of the film Mulholland Drive

    This film was very much confusing. Overall, I don't necessarily like it. The acting, especially in the first 1 1/2 hours, was the worse part of the movie to me, but I couldn't tell if it was on purpose or not. Because once latter scenes came into play, appearing to be set in alternative universes, the acting seemingly balanced out the movie and its effectiveness. Still, in in the end, the plot was never made clear.

  24. Bernie's rating of the film Mulholland Drive

    I have never seen any of David Lynch’s work and was hopeful but left not understanding anything. The acting ranges from awful to good depending on what was occurring which leads to the belief that it was intentional. The story is all over the place and never pulls together enough to make any sense, leaving it to the viewer to decide. Usually I enjoy this, but there is just too much wrong to justify a second viewing.

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