David Lynch, Walk With Me

The opportunity to see a movie as tactilely atmospheric as “Mulholland Drive” on a big screen — and in 35 millimeter, no less — can only compare to one’s own dreams in terms of sensory bewilderment.

Of God, Man, and Iceland

Through outstanding photography, the director of ‘Godland,’ Hlynur Pálmason, and his cinematographer envelop the viewer in a world of treeless plains, boggy riverine shores, forbidding cliffs, and lonely waterfalls.

“Lady Chatterley’s Lover” review

In the end, though, the film is unable to make Mrs. Chatterley more than just a vessel for sexual exaltation, and it fails to reconcile Lawrence’s mind-body musings with how English society was changing in the 1920s.

“All Quiet on the Western Front” review

Based on the renowned novel many of us read in high school or college, the movie retains some of the book’s characters and key events, though it modifies them to create a heightened narrative endpoint.

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