Look, I'm not gonna say this is one of the best action films of the 80s, but I will say it's one of the best of all time.
Solid stuff. I can see where all of the hype comes from, as well as it's influence. Was initially not into the pensiveness of the beginning, but as the plot progresses and the film becomes more of a straightforward revenge story, it eventually won me over. The back half in particular is just wonderful.
One out of the multitude of questions asked by Twin Peaks: The Return. An 18-hour long voyage deep into the mind of David Lynch, who to this day remains one of cinema’s most enigmatic figures.
To analyze Twin Peaks feels rather unnecessary given the vastness of the multiverse built over the course of such a short run and the intentional decision to leave handfuls of the story open-ended. It’s deserving of being taken apart, studied, and discussed. But…
Whenever I sit down to view a much anticipated film that has been sitting in my watchlist for a very long time, I always approach with caution. It's easy for someone to get their hopes up only to be disappointed so easily. I've often championed the concept of preconceived notions being a weak (or ridiculous) reason to dislike a film, but, more often than not, that statement is wrong most of the time. In such events where I do find…