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on 10 September 2017
Attempting to critique this is difficult. most of the things it deals with are locked firmly in the psyche of David Lynch, and to contemplate understanding what certain scenes represent in the whole "Twin Peaks" universe would be foolish. This is essential viewing for any fan of the TV show and especially anyone thinking of watching "Twin Peaks: The Return" as several parts of this are relevant to the ongoing story.
It was openly mocked when it was originally released but time and the creative essence that Lynch had with this has made this movie beyond criticism. As a stand alone movie, it is fragmented and confusing with stand out performances by the principal cast, but this will never be a stand alone movie. it is far more central to the Twin Peaks story than any single episode of the series and does do a good job filling in the missing peices of Laura Palmer's life and offering a few secrets about the outcome of the third season. It leaves you with a sense of dread as you witness the decline of a teenager as she slips into drugs and prostitution in the small rural town, but Lynch is never that simple
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on 9 September 2017
This film is certainly quite different and I suppose it's entertainment value comes from all the bizarre and usual situations that continually confront the viewer. Nevertheless, it has a strange artistic quality such as the mesmerising and haunting song performed by the female soloist at the 'Roadhouse'. The dream-like sequences are as if Salvador Dali had been on the team. Entertaining, enigmatic and different, a world away from the mundane.
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on 17 June 2017
fills a lot of gaps from the old and returned Series. A must watch if you a die hard Twin Peaks fan x
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on 27 October 2017
For those 'Peaks-freaks' who have Lynch in their bloodstream, there isn't REALLY anything new to be discovered about the first two series. There are, however, useful pointers to a better understanding of the third series (The Return...) which recently finished its 'run' on sky atlantic. We await the release of the dvd to enjoy it again and analyse it even more deeply.
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on 13 September 2015
The film was very good and this was set just prior to the series. This film is typically David lynch at his best and is a bit of strange film. You will not understand the film if you have not seen the series.....yet saying that this film is set prior to the series. Defiantly an 18 rating. There is no point in me talking about the film apart from me saying that its about the fbi investigating a serial killer linked to the occult realm which is the main theme of the series so that I don't spoil it for you. It does have some funny bits in it like the fbi agent with the hearing aid which is in the series anyway. So again you must have seen the series to understand it.
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VINE VOICEon 30 January 2018
Watched this when it first came out, unaware of the critical panning and fan anger. Loved it at the time (but I'd already read The Secret Diary of Laura Palmer, so it wasn't a shock).

Watching it again after S3 The Return it started to make even more frightening sense.
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on 16 December 2017
While the first third does not focus on Laura, this film provides some additional insight into the events leading to her murder and the strange world the viewer had been submerged in for the previous two seasons. Best to enter this with rational thought left at the door as with anything Twin Peaks, as it is best viewed through the lens of the abstract. Genuinely creepy in parts, this goes further than the series, uninhibited by the restrictions of 90s television.
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on 25 February 2015
The best part of the Twin Peaks saga, although it has a very different tone to the TV show. Where that was like a quirky soap opera mystery, the film is a full on psychological horror. It's dark, disturbing, genuinely scary and brilliant. This can be difficult to watch, but it's essential to putting the entire Twin Peaks mystery together. Highly recommended - although, if you haven't watched the original TV series then it will make absolutely no sense.
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on 12 March 2016
Recommended if you're a fan of the series. If not do watch the series first, one of the best surreal and well cast/directed shows ever made.
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