films should either be less than 90 minutes or over 200 minutes. no inbetween
Cooper wobbles through the prism of space and time between the white lodge and the black, Dougie and 'Mr C', angels and Bob, love and fear and the other dichotomies of Twin Peaks.
Merleau-Ponty // Twin Peaks
"Cinema has yet to provide us with many films that are works of art from start to finish: its infatuation with stars, the sensationalism of the zoom, the twists and turns of plot and the intrusion of pretty pictures and witty dialogue, are…
will always love this and the old series. no irony, no guile.
In the quaint, intimate mountain town community of Twin Peaks, rusticity is charming and an antithesis to evil. They wear their exploits on their sleeves, extortion is their economy. Coffee is a moment to savour over conversations of poetic candour, not a forgettable ingredient of the day. Love is transformative and hedonistic, not a comfortable excuse to cohabit.
Twin Peaks is centred on all of the horny, idiosyncratic…
Just a pretty disappointing, but sadly predictable, cap on the decade’s cinema being too-closely defined by corporate agenda and the check boxes of people with no taste.
- TRoS latches itself to Carrie Fisher’s ghost in the most febrile and soulless way–to the point where when Han showed up as a memory (in a scene that was crying out for Leia to be even remotely convincing), it made me physically wince–and the artless nostalgia poisons the rest of it.
ok so the scene with the joker on the staircase is not only annoying because it's uninteresting yet being praised as one of the greatest of its kind but also because the editing is terrible.
the transition from music to score is grating and doesn't work (no. stop it. it doesn't work) but even worse is the moment-to-moment cuts. scenes like this desperately need to hold a shot or it becomes 'madness...... but choreographed', which communicates to me that the…