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  1. Raymond Likes Subtitles's rating of the film Twin Peaks: The Missing Pieces

    All the fun bits that were cut out of the final film.

  2. LauraPalmer's rating of the film Twin Peaks: The Missing Pieces

    Rewatched and re-loved because I can't wait to see the last episode.

  3. samba direito's rating of the film Twin Peaks: The Missing Pieces

  4. Adam Whybray's rating of the film Twin Peaks: The Missing Pieces

    Only the additional Sheryl Lee scenes feel truly necessary as they serve Lynch's central thesis that "Laura is the One", a thesis only made possible through Lee's phenomenally committed performance. Fascinatingly, watching 'Missing Pieces' is more helpful than vast majority of TP season 2 for processing 'The Return'. It must be pretty unique that a prequel's deleted scenes prove more integral than 2/3rds of a season.

  5. Ann Burden's rating of the film Twin Peaks: The Missing Pieces

  6. Loud Rocks's rating of the film Twin Peaks: The Missing Pieces

  7. Zach Closs's rating of the film Twin Peaks: The Missing Pieces

    Even at his most challenging and opaque, Lynch's work has always been meticulously arranged, paced, and ripe for interpretation -- the same cannot be said for "Missing Pieces," a jumbled, unrelated series of vignettes and deleted scenes that'd better serve a "Fire Walk with Me" director's cut. Much of what's on display is arresting, but a proper through-line would've made it more than a glorified bonus feature.

  8. Dooooooor's rating of the film Twin Peaks: The Missing Pieces

  9. SeemsLikeFun's rating of the film Twin Peaks: The Missing Pieces

    There's definitely some great scenes and a few of them that would have been good in the movie but there's also a lot that I don't even understand why Lynch would have ever thought would be in any way necessary to the film. Some definitely feel like he just wanted to give the Twin Peaks cast work. The parts which serve as a "sequel" to the show would have been absolutely horrible in the film but are worth watching.

  10. Louisa Savignon's rating of the film Twin Peaks: The Missing Pieces

    3.5 // some really good sequences! and this donna is so much better than LFB

  11. Mario Tomchev's rating of the film Twin Peaks: The Missing Pieces

    A thousand times better than that disaster of a film. Was very cool to see it for a first time before the grand return.

  12. Diego Ruscitto's rating of the film Twin Peaks: The Missing Pieces

  13. Wee Hunk's rating of the film Twin Peaks: The Missing Pieces

    Can we just abandon the need for plot and just show weird things that may or may not relate? If you need the drug that is Twin Peaks, this may tide you over until the new series comes out.

  14. Stefano Pedrocchi's rating of the film Twin Peaks: The Missing Pieces

    Some gems like the bits with the dream man, Pete Martell's scene with the man from the bank and the last scene in which Leland appears with Laura being spotted in darkness in the bushes. The final part with Annie was quite pleasantly unexpected. Still, to be really pointy, it should be seen all together with Fire walk with me. But in the end, I quite enjoyed watching these last bits of unseen stuff.

  15. Josh the Bookseller's rating of the film Twin Peaks: The Missing Pieces

    Far & away the best still image on all of Mubi

  16. Mighty Quinn's rating of the film Twin Peaks: The Missing Pieces

    Nothing really interesting here in these deleted scenes. I can see why Lynch cut out all these extra bits, and his decision to leave out half the side characters from the TV show was warranted. It is cool to see more of David Bowie's character, and some other scenes from the film are given more background: but otherwise it's not worth the double purchase if you have entire series already.

  17. Blumes's rating of the film Twin Peaks: The Missing Pieces

    Some major gold throughout

  18. letters never sent's rating of the film Twin Peaks: The Missing Pieces

    3.5? It doesn't entirely solve anything at all, but that's what they are exactly, missing pieces. Is Twin Peaks even meant to be completely solved or clear to anyone at all. I think that's one of the allure.

  19. Francisco R.'s rating of the film Twin Peaks: The Missing Pieces

    Several scenes here could have done absolutely no wrong to the final cut of this film, which as it is, is all prologue and no epilogue. Some of them are pretty dull, but I found a much more satisfying conclusion to the series here than in the actual movie. And a bit more Bowie does no harm either!