Joan Malone’s review published on Letterboxd:
Whenever anyone dances in a movie, they should dance like Nic Cage and Laura Dern.
There's plenty of small bits to enjoy in Wild at Heart but as a complete package, it's one of Lynch's lesser films for me. It doesn't have any sort of lasting impact on me once it's over like, say, Fire Walk With Me or Mulholland Drive do. Nor is any of the imagery as successful or memorable as something like Eraserhead. Still, it's a decent two hours with a lot of interesting and strange performances.