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Aaron Jones over 3 years ago
Fantastic neo-noir mystery, with great performances from the stars. Maybe Lynch's best.
Noah Rymer 5 years ago
good into to david lynch's work, not my favorite though.
Damian Campo 5 years ago
Nice film, a must see if you like psychopath movies with a non common story.
HIllary almost 6 years ago
I miss you Dennis Hopper!
Tina Pech 6 years ago
hauntingly beautiful.
Ezequiel Castellanos over 6 years ago
Dennis Hopper is great. Surreal movie
Griffin Maurer over 6 years ago
Passable acting and solid filmmaking. Though characters seem flat and forcefully quirky.
Thomas Jennings almost 7 years ago
Long and uncomfortable noir that pulls you down into its brilliant, surreal underbelly.
John Matos almost 7 years ago
Few movies are good BECAUSE they are disturbing, but this one managed to pull it off.
Kate Du-Rose over 7 years ago
Surreal film noir. Disturbs the hell out of me, but I can't stop watching.
Lizzie over 7 years ago
Wrote my Intro to Film Analysis final paper on this. Now I want to see Twin Peaks.
Matthew Berard over 7 years ago
Disturbing, shocking, and visually stunning for its time - you'll never forget the villain
Austin over 7 years ago
One of Lynch's best, and Hopper is great in this film too.
Facu Leiva-Freytes almost 8 years ago
Very interesting plot. Good performances, solid characters. Great movie.
Robyn Hamilton 8 years ago
Just bizarre
Taylor Reginald Wright 8 years ago
A shocking, romantic and surreal neo-noir mystery of good and evil in small town America.
Daniel Jones over 8 years ago
The greatest film that Lynch has made.
Mark Stanley-Adams over 8 years ago
David Lynch either gets it horribly wrong or completely right. This one's the latter.
Rana Berden over 8 years ago
John Barton over 8 years ago
Just watched this unusual movie. Interesting but strange.
Blue Velvet is a 1986 American mystery film written and directed by David Lynch. The movie exhibits elements of both film noir and surrealism. The film features Kyle MacLachlan, Isabella Rossellini, Dennis Hopper, and Laura Dern. The title is taken from the 1963 Bobby Vinton song of the same name. Although initially detested by some mainstream critics, the film is now widely acclaimed, and earned Lynch his second Academy Award nomination for Best Director. As an example of a director casting against the norm, Blue Velvet is also noted for re-launching Hopper's career and for providing Rossellini with a dramatic outlet beyond the work as a fashion model and a cosmetics spokeswoman for which she had until then been known. After the commercial and critical failure of Lynch's Dune (1984), he made attempts at developing a more "personal story", somewhat characteristic of his surreal style he displayed in his debut Eraserhead (1977). The screenplay of Blue Velvet had been passed around...
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