So I just saw 'Inland Empire' and...

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This might just do nobody any good.
I've been meaning to watch this.

Like Lost Highway before it, I'm almost afraid to.

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I hadnt heard of that. Looks promising. Not a huge fan of Laura, though. Does it have much subtitles, and if so, do they keep the words down? What I mean is, short or long sentences? I find subtitled movies that are too wordy too fast for my crappy eyesight.

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I absolutely fell in love with Inland Empire when I saw it. Here's a link to the post I wrote after seeing it. It may not be too good a piece of writing, but I hope it at least conveys my enthusiasm and amazement with the movie. It's my favourite Lynch film.
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It's gonna take me some time before I ever try and conquer that. Seems like a 3 hour Lynch mastrubative mindtrip on acid. Not to say that can't be an extremely positive thing though.
I like your description, mm.

movies can be okay...
The only Lynch film I've seen so far is Eraserhead, and that was really good. I have all of his other films on my watchlist, so it's only a matter of time when I see them.
"A film has to be a dialogue, not a monologue ó a dialogue to provoke in the viewer his own thoughts, his own feelings. And if a film is a dialogue, then itís a good film; if itís not a dialogue, itís a bad film."
- Michael "Gloomy Old Fart" Haneke

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The weirdest part was seeing Terry Crews in a bit part.
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