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  • Rumble Fish

    Rumble Fish


    Francis Ford Coppola is the greatest director in the history of American cinema. He really crafted more masterpieces than most filmmakers could ever wish to. And in order to elaborate on that, Francis Ford has 10 films that are definitely 9+/10 out of the 12 I have seen of him so far. Six out of those are flawless, boundary pushing masterpieces and Rumble Fish belongs to that category.
    Rumble Fish is simply the definite coming of age film, at least…

  • Klimt



    This is my introduction to master surrealist filmmaker Raul Ruiz. I have to say that I am totally impressed, especially considering that this is not by any chance one of his acclaimed works, it is rather a very badly received and widely underviewed film.
    Klimt is one of the greatest cinematic biopics in the sense that it makes a grand attempt at understanding and capturing the meaning behind an individual's life. Some may argue that the film tells us very…

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  • Twin Peaks: The Return

    Twin Peaks: The Return


    Twin Peaks: The Return is David Lynch's magnum opus, and probably the greatest film of the 21st century.
    Some of you may wonder why I referred to it as a film and not a TV show. Well I did refer to it as a film, cause it is indeed a cinematic work. It is shot, edited and crafted as a film and it's qualities far exceed those of TV shows. In fact it's qualities far exceed those of most cinematic…

  • Blue Velvet

    Blue Velvet


    Blue Velvet is probably David Lynch's masterpiece.
    I saw Blue Velvet many years ago when I was no more than 13 years old. I didn't particularly like it on first watch, while I didn't manage to understand it's profound subtext. Watching it now it seems hard to believe I always thought what it probably is one of the best films ever made as overrated.
    Blue Velvet , like most of Lynch's work is mostly ( I guess ? ) about…