I couldn't help laughing like mad at the dwarf who talks backwards even though the whole thing scared the s**t out of me.
>>By Cleomedes (Thursday, 3 Apr 2003 03:59)
Lynch takes us for a wild ride through the underworld or Lumberton, a seemingly normal logging town. To me this is one of Lynch's easier plot lines to follow. Lynch gives us shots that capture the essence of the American dream, for example the American Beauty roses in front of a white picket fence and the shiny red fire truck with waving fireman and juxtaposes them with the underbelly of Lumberton such as the extreme close up on a human ear with ants crawling around. Freaky yet somehow one of the most beautiful films I have ever seen.
>>By elyseadrian (Sunday, 18 May 2003 00:11)
Often told that I am nothing more than a character created by Lynch.. I never understood until now. Seeing Muholland Drive and thinking.. what the fuck?! I now understand EVERYTHING with the wonderful movie that is Blue Velvet. *Sniiiiiiiiiiiiiiff* Mommy *Sniiiiiiiiiiiiiff*. On retrospect.. all the characaters are weird looking...
Beauty in things that are different.
>>By ~*Sisaro*~ (Wednesday, 24 Nov 2004 07:00)
yeah, wonderful movie indeed, asides laurya derns face, when she breaks out in tears. sorry for that!
hopper rocks the set. "HEINEKEN? fuck that shit!! pabst blue ribbon". lynch rules. ;o)
>>By von_goell72 (Wednesday, 24 Nov 2004 21:31)
really turned it loose
in this movie
"PABST BLUE RIBBON" !!!!!
>>By Helmet (Thursday, 25 Nov 2004 00:48)
>>By bagelboy13 (Monday, 28 Feb 2005 18:24)
just watched it. brilliant of course.
>>By Flagg (Sunday, 14 Aug 2005 22:11)
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