A Slice of Lynch Reviews

July 3, 2009
as well as offering fascinating insights into the working practise, philosophy and idiosyncrasy of Missoula, Montana's most famous Eagle Scout, LYNCH (one) is a work of strange and elliptical beauty in itself.
October 18, 2008
November 16, 2007
We get an all-access pass to watch the master at work, both on location and at his home-workshop-studio in Los Angeles. Those who aren't part of the filmmaker's substantial cult will be less intrigued.
October 26, 2007
Provides little new insight into Inland Empire, but it does reinforce the auteur's reputation as a one-of-a-kind genius.
October 26, 2007
What really keeps Lynch interesting is its coverage of the production process; the access is so intimate, we feel as if we are witnessing firsthand the birth of something artistic and significant.
October 26, 2007
Whether you dig Lynch, a feature-length video visit with the director David Lynch, will largely depend on your views of his work.
October 25, 2007
Although fractured by the various film processes and a mix of DV and 8-mm used by the bio's director, it's actually a tightly edited, formalist movie, which in itself explains a lot about Lynch as the non-narrative filmmaker extraordinaire.
October 25, 2007
"Lynch" is a lo-fi behind the-scenes-mini-portrait of a dry-witted artisan loyal to his search for dramatic textures.
October 25, 2007
A forthright portrait of a sincere and fertile artist with the courage to follow his ideas wherever they lead.
October 24, 2007
This behind-the-scenes portrait of David Lynch, shot over the two years it took him to piece together Inland Empire, is as skewed, prismatic, and free of fluff as the man himself.
October 24, 2007
The movie's lack of direction grows tiring after a while, but Lynch's unfettered drive to let his mind unload is never less than fascinating.