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David Lynch Collection [DVD]
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Unique, controversial, and always original, director David Lynch exploded onto the cinematic landscape in 1977 with Eraserhead. Since then he has provided the world of film with a wealth of unforgettable movie. This box set houses three of his finest works; the affecting, inspirational drama, The Elephant Man, the enigmatic masterpiece Mulholland Drive and the disquieting, surrealist mystery Inland Empire.
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The Elephant Man is one of David Lynch's simpler films, yet still contains strong imagery and the black-and-white style of Eraserhead. The performances of Anthony Hopkins as Treves and John Hurt as the titular character John Merrick are fantastic, and in fact it is difficult to fault any of the performances in this film. A truly emotional film, it says a lot about the judgmentality of humankind and taking things at face value. If you don't well up during this film, you officially have no soul.
Mulholland Drive is considered one of David Lynch's finest films, and deservedly so. Exposing the dark underside of the film industry, the film follows Betty Elmes, a young actress with dreams of fame and fortune in Hollywood. It is not long however, before she comes across Rita, a mysterious and beautiful figure with amnesia. This story is in itself intriguing enough, but it only becomes more so as Lynch pulls the carpet from beneath the feet of the audience. A film to really make you think.
Inland Empire is David Lynch's most recent film, and from a personal standpoint my least favourite, although that's not to say it's not a great film.Read more ›
I would probably never have envisaged watching, let alone buying, Inland Empire. Its inclusion here, amongst two genuine classics is a bold but good one as it just sits there waiting for you to play it!
I both love and hate David Lynch, which I'm sure is bordering on normal! Inland Empire is difficult to watch at times, makes no sense at all but is interesting after the first hour (of three!) and has many great directorial techniques and flourishes. You do have to be a bit brave, but....(see my separate review of this on Amazon).
The Elephant Man is as far removed from Inland Empire - and indeed Mulholland Drive, imaginable. Nominated for 8 Oscars, in grainy black and white and a family film? That it's currently no 111 on IMDb's top 250 films of ALL time, says a lot, as does John Hurt's beautiful and quietly haunting performance and of Anthony Hopkins, his caring Doctor, who introduces John Merrick to culture and civilisation. Touching and perfect, it could have been a Frank Capra had it been made half a century earlier.
Mulholland Drive is an Institution amongst psychological journeys, so much so, I feel a huge amount of deja vu, as if I'd only just experienced (one experiences Lynch, not 'watch') its cunning a fraction of a second just previous, though I can never predict what will happen next - and I've seen it several times...
Anyway, those are the films.Read more ›
Although i don't own it, i do own each of the films individually and each of them are a cinematic peach in their own right. Beautifully shot and and crafted with absolute care and love. These films are art, not hollywood blockbusters (if you're one primarily for mindless action guts and gore steer away). David Lynch can only be described as a true visionary of motion art, Inland Empire being the latest and most wonderful (if albeit longest and most difficult to watch if you're easily distracted) piece to the puzzle. Wonderful, disturbing, heartbreaking and perplexing, this would be a great introduction to the man who had a film genre named after him (lynchian).
The Elephant Man *****
Mullholland Drive ****
Inland Empire *****
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if you like david lynch you won't have to think twice about buying this box setPublished 4 months ago by Anna
Mulholland Drive is not the masterpiece it is cracked up to be. There are 125 reviews on Amazon and most of these reviews claim how clever the movie is, and yet none of the... Read morePublished on 28 Nov. 2011 by Billy Ray Cyrus
This collection brings together three films from different periods of David Lynch's career but all share the weirdness that is Lynch's signature. Read morePublished on 23 Feb. 2010 by The Neil Deal