- Once (2006)
- All the President's Men (1976)
- Being John Malkovich (1999)
- In the Year of the Pig (1968)
- In The Mood For Love (2000)
- Hole, The (1960)
- Tokyo Story (1953)
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- Jurassic Park (1993)
- Gilda (1946)
- Rounders (1998)
- Masque of the Red Death, The (1964)
- Django Unchained (2012)
- Fat City (1972)
- Amélie (2001)
- All That Jazz (1979)
- Night of the Hunter, The (1955)
- King of Comedy, The (1983)
- Manhattan (1979)
- Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters (1985)
- Sullivan's Travels (1941)
- Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, The (1994)
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- Playtime (1967)
- Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000)
- Haunted Castle, The (1921)
- Last Wave, The (1977)
- Naked Lunch (1991) * Weird and Wacky *
- Phantom Carriage, The (1921)
- Lolita (1962)
1001 Movies Club - Mulholland Drive (1995)
#995. Mulholland Drive (1995)
Why It's In The Book: "...the confusion, surrealness, and blurred lines between dreams and reality are part of what makes Mulholland Drive so addictive... the beauty of Lynch's luscious visuals, Angelo Badadlementi's haunting score, and the superb performances... engrossing, annoying, and dazzling film that is Lynch's best work since Blue Velvet." - 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die
Castor - 10/10
"It is impossible to talk in-depth about Mulholland Dr. without fully spoiling the movie..."
Jaime Grijalba - 10/10
"Women can give love, which doesn't always brings well-being or pleasure, but that's perfectly bearable, it also shows the fantastic nature of their imagination, as well as their mind capacities, capable of creating new realities with perfectly freudian senses."
Squish - 10/10
"Mulholland Drive is just as one would expect from Lynchian Cinema, a surreal mind-bender, but David Lynch has done something superb with Mulholland Drive: he made it mainstream enough to appeal to lesbian-loving jocks while still drawing the French, moustachioed, beret-wearing crowd away from their Chateau Lafite and Truffaut for two and a half hours."
Thomas Gatto - 10/10
"Near the ending moments Mulholland Drive showcases the directorial artistry of David Lynch. Scenes shatter, scatter, and break to gather, accumulate, and reshape into darker, more edgier personas. The script drops hints and foreshadows of the Lynch map while connecting the first half with the second half in very subtle and brilliant ways. Never does Mulholland Drive seem simple and formulaic."
CMrok93 - 9/10
"It doesn't do much to make sense, but Mulholland Dr. is one of those wacko films from David Lynch, that just is so strange, incoherent, and crazy, but yet so imaginative, well-acted, and intelligently structured, that it works."
The Mad Hatter - 9/10
"How many times have you woken from a dream, only to find you can only remember fragments? The faces are familiar, and the places are real...but things don't makes sense and seconds after you've awoken, you find that details of the dream are already becoming hazy. That sensation, my friends, is akin to watching Mulholland Drive."
Movie Guy Steve - 9/10
"Lynch is a fascinating director, if only because his incomprehensibility is just so damnably interesting."
Sunny D - 9/10
"As the movie ended, my wife’s initial reaction was something along the lines of 'Seriously?'"
Adolytsi - 8/10
"Any delving into the plot past the first two-thirds of the film will probably be a shoddy attempt on my part to try and explain what the hell this movie is actually about, so I won’t bother; see it for yourself, and make your own judgements."
alfindeol - 8/10
"Reinforcing the average man's unrealistic image of lesbians since 2001."
Fey - 8/10
"I will forgo giving any of my half hearted theories about what really happened and which dream sequence took place during which fantasy in an alternate reality and all of that. Honestly I kind of feel like thinking about it too hard is missing the point."
Robert - 8/10
"Though none of it makes sense, never once was I confused...I was completely absorbed the entire time. When the movie began to make sense is when I began to lose interest in it. All of this is a testament to Lynch's great achievement with this film: his ability to make a 140 minute, surreal, almost nonsensical film completely absorbing - to make a movie that's foundation lies solely upon the tone it creates. "
Danny King - 7/10
"It is a massive film, to the point where it demands multiple viewings, but the lingering sense of incongruity goes a long way towards compromising the entire project."
The Movie Mistress - 4/10
"Within the first ten minutes, I felt like I had turned on the Lifetime Channel because of how terrible the acting was... As I kept watching, though, I realized that it wasn’t really the acting... It was the script."