wtf it's actually good
are critics plebs?
Critics are eternally salty because they know that with all their knowledge they don't have the balls to create something for fear of public perception.
In short not plebs but pussies.
DUDE SPAGHETTI AND CANDY LMAO
Is this the worst Christmas film ever?
Will he ever make a good movie again?
Give me back my fucking phone Edition
>people legitimately criticize The Return for its obvious flaws
>they must be too dumb to understand it because it is very complex, avant-garde and straight out of the art house
>they are mad because it wasn't like the original series
>The Return is unlike everything before except the excessive use of tropes (non-linear storytelling, surrealism, time travel and superpowers are novelties)
>David Lynch is a genius and everyone who likes The Return has a high IQ and is an intellectual
>the original show was shit anyway and didn't change the world of television at all
>even FWWM is better than the first two seasons
>Reddit and Twitter don't love the high IQ only show that is TP:TR
>avant-gardism totally does still exist and the fans of TP:TR are familiar with the history of art house movies and surrealism in film
>the amount of substance in TP:TR totally justifies the creation of hundreds of fan theories
>“THE LAST PICTURE SHOW” (1971)
>“HAROLD AND MAUDE” (1971)
>“A WOMAN UNDER THE INFLUENCE” (1974)
>“PLANES, TRAINS & AUTOMOBILES” (1987)
>“DUMB AND DUMBER” (1994)
>“THERE’S SOMETHING ABOUT MARY” (1998)
>“THE BIG LEBOWSKI” (1998)
>“BRIDGET JONES’S DIARY” (2001)
>“OLD SCHOOL” (2003)
>“LOST IN TRANSLATION” (2003)
>“I HEART HUCKABEES” (2004)
>“MIDNIGHT IN PARIS” (2011)
Does she dare I say, have better taste than 98% of /tv/?
Return of the Jedi is overrated as fuck
I don't get it.
Holy shit, this is actually really nice.
What would a Hollywood film directed by Kanye be like?
Short films Edition
What are your favorite David Lynch short films? You think Lynch is going to start making more short bits of kino, or do you think he's done with film completely?
Video related. My favorite Lynchkino
Vedderchecked those satanic trips
I think Lynch's best are the Alphabet or The Grandmother. I hope he uses some of his cash to film bits. It's too bad his website is non-existent now, but he was doing cool shit with it years ago
This is by far the scariest image I have ever seen.
(TCAP thread, btw)
Whatever you like it or not, It revived the horror genre.
This scene will become a classic for the generations of the XXI
Ignoring the whole turtle bullshit that doesn't even makes sense and glady was cut from the film, what were your favorite parts?
Where's she nowadays?
I'm not a big movie or television guy, but I just watched season 1 and was intrigued at times but was sort of off-put by the corniness which as I understand was the intention of the creators of the show. Would you recommend the second season to a somewhat televison and film novice or does the show get worse? I ask this because I read a bit about the program and apparently the creator was somewhat unhappy with the project in the next season(?)
I literally have only heard of David Lynch through this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQ-6gQdsRO8
If you liked the dream sequence with Mike, Bob, Laura, and the midget you'll probably like the rest of the series because it ups the dream elements. Season 2 is widely agreed to stumble around the middle because they were forced to reveal the killer and if anything is overall even cornier than season 1.
Disregard this. Season two is a cornball overload, and you already seem like a low-IQ who is probably only interested in the "ooh, mystery "aspect of the show which won't have a satisfying conclusion for you.
>I'm such an edgy, dangerous comedian
>I'll do a bunch of bumpers for MTV
Why was this talentless hack ever famous?
he was a good match for 90s edgy, but was a relic once that time passed.
the 90s were a weird time, there's a lot of stuff that was popular then that in hindsight today people are realizing were total shit.
>mfw every movie he is in is just him doing his stand up routine
It kinda wears off after a few movies desu really don't appreciate him as an actor