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Old 09-14-2008, 12:08 AM   #196
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Inland Empire? Lance embracing his inner Lynch? Soon you'll see Screw openly loving Magnolia.

NSW, The Warriors may have cracked the Top 100 for me.
The Warriors is hard to take seriously, but, for what it is, it's amazing. And, just, the end is so bat-shit crazy that it kills me every time I see it.

Glad you saw it and enjoyed it. Great great B-movie.
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Inland Empire? Lance embracing his inner Lynch? Soon you'll see Screw openly loving Magnolia.

NSW, The Warriors may have cracked the Top 100 for me.
It and Mulholland Drive are still the only Lynch films I can tolerate, aside from the third act of Blue Velvet, as least the parts with Denis Hopper and Dean Stockwell.
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The Warriors is hard to take seriously, but, for what it is, it's amazing. And, just, the end is so bat-shit crazy that it kills me every time I see it.

Glad you saw it and enjoyed it. Great great B-movie.
Oh yeah, once I accepted how crazy awesome it was going to be, I had a lot of fun with it. It seems like a perfect double-feature with Escape from New York, too.

Thanks, I had been looking forward to it for quite a while.
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It and Mulholland Drive are still the only Lynch films I can tolerate, aside from the third act of Blue Velvet, as least the parts with Denis Hopper and Dean Stockwell.
Did you ever watch Twin Peaks? The TV series, not the film.....
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Oh yeah, once I accepted how crazy awesome it was going to be, I had a lot of fun with it. It seems like a perfect double-feature with Escape from New York, too.

Thanks, I had been looking forward to it for quite a while.
Warriors....come out to play-ay........
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It and Mulholland Drive are still the only Lynch films I can tolerate, aside from the third act of Blue Velvet, as least the parts with Denis Hopper and Dean Stockwell.
I've only seen Blue Velvet, which was tepid for me, and Dune, which cracks me the hell up, and that's it.

I want to see at least 1 or 2 of his other films before deciding to continue or not.
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Haven't gotten my hands on it. That DVD set looks nice, but I'm not ready to risk it for the price.

Inland Empire was pretty much a clusterfuck, but a pretty one. I've never seen such amazing things done in digital video before
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God, that guy cracked me up every time he opened his mouth.

"No reason. I just like doing things like that!"
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Haven't gotten my hands on it. That DVD set looks nice, but I'm not ready to risk it for the price.

Inland Empire was pretty much a clusterfuck, but a pretty one. I've never seen such amazing things done in digital video before
I don't know if you'd like it or not, really, but, I fucking loved it the first time around and it still held up fairly well for me when I watched it last year. Season 1 especially.

I love Mulholland Drive and the Straight Story was good, too. Need to see Inland Empire.
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Just watch Mulholland Drive, YLB. It's entirely different from anything else he's done in many ways, and pretty much cinematic perfection, which I can't say about many movies. Especially Lynch's.
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God, that guy cracked me up every time he opened his mouth.

"No reason. I just like doing things like that!"
"Hey, what about the money you owe?"

"FOR WHAT!?!?!"
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Just watch Mulholland Drive, YLB. It's entirely different from anything else he's done in many ways, and pretty much cinematic perfection, which I can't say about many movies. Especially Lynch's.
Thanks, I'll keep that in mind.
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Thanks for the extended list, Lance. The spreadsheet grows.

I can take a couple off now, though. That's good.
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