i am dead...yet i live.
“This is the water and this is the well. Drink full and descend. The horse is the white of the eyes, and dark within.”
It would be a mortal sin to think that a new Twin Peaks with its original creator at the helm would ever give in to modern conventions of nostalgia-bait, or that it would wrap up its many story threads into pretty little bows. Instead what we get is a look at what was going on…
Probably the least exciting movie to feature Benicio del Toro on a murderous rampage, a radical communist Timothee Chalamet, kitchen-based espionage and animated comic book chase sequences just for the hell of it.
Presents so many inventive stylistic devices but somehow makes them feel entirely too familiar. The Benicio/Lea Seydoux segment is by far the strongest and then what that follows feels lukewarm and half-baked without much excitement. You’ll get everything you expect from an Anderson production and not much…