David Lynch is the kind of filmmaker who makes films, well, we don’t really know how to express them. Many of you have tried to find out what exactly Mulholland drive Want to tell you or surrealism inland EmpireThe Or how the hero got off lost HighwayThe Or whatever it was in that abusive child EraserheadThe Or have we missed something bizarre Straight storyThe The work of David Lynch and his body is a mystery that drives the fundamentalists forward and will continue to explore for a few years to come. Like we have done in the past! Following Christopher Nolan’s theory, 7 more Mind-F ** k Movies You Should Watch Now!
Made her debut in 1977 with a low-budget but completely mindful ** k Eraserhead, David Lynch has made only 10 films in his filmography (other than a pair of TV specials), each, however special in itself and with a lot of conversation content between film lovers in an attempt to understand their themes, meanings. Is made for And is Lynch trying to play with our brains. He is also popular for directing the 90s supernatural mystery series Twin peaks, And its 2017 sequel / reboot.
On the occasion of David Lynch’s 75th birthday, let’s look at all 10 films (not TV specials) that he directed and ranked according to user ratings on IMDB. Here is what we found, from highest to lowest.
A still from the eligible man
IMDB rating: 8.1
Less unrealistic and more heart-wrenching, the 1980 film, starring an unfamiliar John Hurt and Anthony Hopkins, is about a disintegrating man being distracted for his look, while he holds onto the fact that, Save the kind doctor, not justice. t penetrating his outward appearance.
Straight story from a still
IMDB rating: 8.0
As the title suggests, the strangest thing about this 1999 drama is that it lacks common Lynchian surrealism and is a beloved story of an elderly man who lives across the country to live with his ailing brother. journey takes. Seriously, Mr. Lynch, are there some bizarre elements we missed here?
A still from mulholland drive
IMDB rating: 7.9
It is really hard to explain this very strange film, which came out in 2001 and featured Naomi Watt and Justin Theroux. A seemingly unrelated plotline and full of dream-like situations, including a strange but terrifying jump scare Mulholland drive The disgraceful state of Hollywood can be seen as criticism. Or just weird!
A still from blue velvet
IMDB rating: 7.7. 7.7
A dark thriller which came out in 1986, blue Velvet It contains very little, the surrealism of Lynch that matches its broaching tone. In addition, Dennis Hopper is spoken to most often for a terrific turn, easily ranking among the best antagonists of all time.
A still from lost highway
IMDB rating: 7.6
Kinda supported that weirdness Mulholland drive, This 1997 mystery thriller leaves you with more questions than answers, and there are some very shocking twists we’re still trying to work out. Like, how can a man walk around in jail one day with someone else, and how does he disappear? The film stars Bill Pullman, Patricia Arquette and Luis Appolito.
A still from eraserhead
IMDB rating: 7.4
His first film was enough of a clue to explain what Lynch’s future filmography would be like. Made on a very low budget, which affects some special effects, Eraserhead Still stands today for its creepy fantasy and BG score, surreal scenes and a plot that could be satirical on capitalism, or paternity. We still understand it!
Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me
A still from twin peaks: fire walk with me
IMDB rating: 7.3
A companion piece to Lynch’s cult series Twin peaks, This mystery thriller show of 1992 is just as weird and terrifying as the show, although it is slightly less abstract. The film stars Sheryl Lee, Ray Wise and Madchen Emic.
Wild at heart
A still from wild at heart
IMDB rating: 7.2
In a way, the 1990 film starring Nicholas Cage and Laura Dern is an idea to create a romcom for David Lynch. Only it is deep, sometimes nausea and catches. An underrated piece to be sure. Nicholas Cage Birthday Special: Cool or Weird? 11 Movie Quotes Only This Hollywood Star Has Pirited To Close!
A still from in empire
IMDB rating: 6.9
The 2006 film is the last time Lynch directed a mainstream film. Starring Laura Dern (one of the best performances of her career), inland Empire Lynch’s obsession continues with real imagination, but does not produce the same effects as the previous-mentioned films.
From a still dune
IMDB rating: 6.5
In 1984, David Lynch made his most ambitious film, trying to pull off a film adaptation of the 1965 Frank Herbert novel, Dune. The result was his heaviest effort ever, as the director criticized his own film, alleging studio interference. With upcoming Dune Remake, Denise Villeneuve can do a Blade Runner 2049 and pull what Lynch couldn’tThe The trailer looked quite cool!
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