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Twin Peaks - Fire Walk with Me (1992)

Art House & International and Drama movie directed by David Lynch

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  • Oct 21, 2010
I fell asleep 3 times (once during the ear-busting club scene) and wasn't interested enough to see it again to find out what I might have missed.
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review by . January 06, 2005
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I had heard much about the cult television series "Twin Peaks", and decided to buy the First Season on DVD. When I found that none of the stores near me had it in stock, I decided to pick up the movie instead. In some ways, this was good. In some, it was bad. Let me explain ...    In 1991, "Twin Peaks" was canceled. Immediately popular director David Lynch, who also created and wrote most of the show, said that he wasn't finished with the show yet ... and set to work making a …
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Alternately fascinating and frustrating--and no doubt deliberately so on both counts--this controversialTwin Peaksinstallment (it was roundly booed by mystified audiences at the Cannes Film Festival) appeared in theaters after the series was canceled, serving as both prequel and coda to the whole remarkableTwin Peaksphenomenon. Designed especially for dedicated followers of the series (it would just bewilder anyone else),Fire Walk with Mefurther investigates the murder of Laura Palmer by exploring events that took place before the series's brilliant debut feature (Twin Peaks: The Premiere), up to and including the long, dark, terrible night of Laura's death. FamiliarTwin Peaksdenizens Sheryl Lee, Grace Zabriskie, and Ray Wise (as the three members of the Palmer family), Kyle MacLachlan, Peggy Lipton, James Marshall, Dana Ashbrook, Miguel Ferrer, Mädchen Amick, and director David Lynch himself reprise their series roles (with Moira Kelly subbing for Lara Flynn Boyle as Donna Hayward), joined by an equally motley group of guest stars, including Harry Dean Stanton, David Bowie, Chris Isaak, and Kiefer Sutherland.--Jim Emerson
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Director: David Lynch
DVD Release Date: February 26, 2002
Runtime: 134 minutes
Studio: New Line Home Video
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