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Mulholland Drive Reviews

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Eric Melin
Lawrence.com
December 13, 2015
Because Lynch is playing with archetypes like the wide-eyed innocent, he's able to subvert them with a heightened reality that suckers us in.
Full Review | Original Score: 5/5
Matt Brunson
Creative Loafing
November 4, 2015
As an exercise in bravura moviemaking, as well as a commentary on the very nature of cinema itself, this works quite well, but on an emotional level, it's one of Lynch's most distant pieces.
Full Review | Original Score: 3/4
Matt Prigge
Metro
October 29, 2015
What's unique about 'Mulholland Dr.' is the way it plays with the boundaries of TV and film, finding the interplay between the mediums.
Peter Canavese
Groucho Reviews
October 27, 2015
Begin by imagining that a single story is being told in multiple ways throughout the film: a story of naive hopes, heartbreak, jealousy...Erotic, fear-ridden, and beautiful, Lynch's primal imagery has the abhorrent and alluring pull of death itself. [BD]
Full Review | Original Score: 4/4
Tim Brayton
Antagony & Ecstasy
April 7, 2015
The best autocritique of cinema as a medium that has yet been made.
Full Review | Original Score: 10/10
Christopher Runyon
Movie Mezzanine
February 21, 2014
We go to Mulholland Dr. not merely for explanations, but for the euphoric sense that there is something beyond our understanding affecting us as we view it.
Full Review | Original Score: A+
Brian Gibson
Vue Weekly (Edmonton, Canada)
July 24, 2012
Leads us into our own strange need to untangle the spools of film and dream, fiction and truth, protective fantasy and traumatic reality. Lynch uses the twinkling lights and dazzling stars of superficial LA to warp us into a deeper, stranger surreality.
Nell Minow
Common Sense Media
December 26, 2010
Fascinating movie for adults only.
Full Review | Original Score: 3/5
Nick Rogers
Suite101.com
September 19, 2010
Billy Ray Cyrus as an amorous poolman punched by a mobster? David Lynch's commentary on independent filmmaking? Lesbian erotica as sad as it is exaggeratedly hot? Lynch's greatest puzzle box snaps together in sparse, bold, sexy and thrilling fashion.
Full Review | Original Score: 4/4
Felix Vasquez Jr.
Cinema Crazed
April 29, 2009
When directors get you to ponder this much and leave a lasting impression after you've seen a movie of theirs, they have to be doing something right.
Rob Gonsalves
eFilmCritic.com
August 25, 2008
As moviemaking -- as pure abstract art writ large -- this is a classic, a thing of dark mystifying beauty.
Full Review | Original Score: 5/5
Joe Lozito
Big Picture Big Sound
December 27, 2007
Full Review | Original Score: 3/4
Emanuel Levy
EmanuelLevy.Com
October 20, 2006
A summation work at midpoint career, this visually menacing horror picture, which deconstructs Hollywood as the dream factory, continues to explore such Lynchian obsessions as good vs. evil and dreams vs. nightmares.
Full Review | Original Score: A

Film Threat
December 6, 2005
Full Review | Original Score: 3.5/5

Film Threat
December 6, 2005
Full Review | Original Score: 4.5/5
Steven Snyder
Zertinet Movies
October 1, 2005
Full Review | Original Score: 4/4
Jeffrey Overstreet
Looking Closer
December 6, 2004
As art, Drive is extraordinary. As a film for general audiences, it's bound to be misunderstood, condemned as pornographic, or exploited for cheap thrills.
Full Review | Original Score: B+

Apollo Guide
March 16, 2004
Full Review | Original Score: 90/100
Greg Muskewitz
eFilmCritic.com
February 21, 2004
Once the film has its claws dug into you or has inveigled you via its seductive scent there is no way for it to relinquish its grasp, and Lynch wouldn't have it any other way.
Full Review | Original Score: A
Jim Shelby
Palo Alto Weekly
May 20, 2003
| Original Score: 3/4
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