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Trippy, twisty thriller is totally out to Lynch.
| Original Score: 2/5
The three-hour movie is at once inscrutable and deeply satisfying for its daring high wire act of narrative illusion and passionately charged emotions.
| Original Score: B+
David Lynch's Inland Empire, which runs 172 minutes, keeps collapsing in on itself.
While the narrative is away with the bunnies, as a mood piece Lynch scores a slam dunk.
| Original Score: 4/5
A crazy midnight roller coaster ride to Lynchland. A movie you might half dream through an all night marathon of noir and slasher films, your heart pumping with caffeine.
It's a movie spent inside Lynch's complicated head.
| Original Score: A
While it is not nearly as good as Mulholland Drive, this latest complex concoction is fascinating in parts; even if you don't understand it
Inland Empire is about the effects of movies themselves - the way they change us, inform our goals, and impact our self-image.
It's an abstract jazz riff, it's a painting, it's a monster movie and a musical and a psychodrama and an ellipsis made of black holes.
| Original Score: 5/5
It is challenging but simultaneously exhilarating as we travel through this never-waking nightmare.
Sprawls onto the screen as if it had escaped directly from within David Lynch's mind, not like an alien creature let off its leash for the first time.
this story of magic, madness and metempsychosis will have you feeling like a rabbit trying to puzzle out what exactly is going on as wilder wolves circle and headlights career toward you out of the darkness.
| Original Score: 4.5/5
...ideal for those who thought [David Lynch's] Mulholland Drive was too simple and straightforward...
It's also too long and too reminiscent of Lynch's other work. But die-hard fans will find things to like.
| Original Score: 2.5/4
Inland Empire opens and contracts in your imagination while you watch it -- and you're still watching it well after it's left the screen. It's a long but thoroughly absorbing three hours.
| Original Score: 4/4
An amazing and unshakeable experience.
Suffice to say that three hours of hallucinatory audacity passes a lot faster than you might expect.
A bucket of Lynchian leftovers, stirred slightly and left to ferment in the dark.
| Original Score: 2.5/4
Something like an avant-garde telling of the myth of Eros and Psyche.