mind-boggling movie

@acmepride (1547)
United States
September 19, 2007 3:16pm CST
Ever seen one? What's its title? Who directed it? I don't know if it's just me, but personally, I really find David Lynch's Inland Empire simply mind-boggling.
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8 responses
2 Oct 07
Twin peaks-Was that david lynch? both the film and the series were a complete boggle of the mind-what the hell was going on/ I confess i was addicted to the series (i hang my head in shame)
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@acmepride (1547)
• United States
3 Oct 07
I believe that was a series made by David Lynch, which I haven't seen yet. I suggest you watch Inland Empire and tell me which is more disturbing between the two. I would also watch Twin Peaks to compare it with Inland Empire. Thanks a lot for your honest post, twilight_75! Happy myLotting! ;)
• Philippines
9 Nov 07
I watched that show when it was on but over time it became too wierd and confusing. lol - I had to read wikipedia to understand what the real story was all about. check out nightbreed I thought it would have made a good saga too bad they only came up with one movie...
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@acmepride (1547)
• United States
11 Nov 07
I'll try to see nightbreed, anaknitatay. Thanks a lot for participating in this discussion and Happy myLotting! ;)
@schummi (925)
• India
11 Nov 07
i think ...scary movie man....all parts....I just love them ...its too hillarious...
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@acmepride (1547)
• United States
9 Apr 09
schummi, many really find scary movie funny, schummi. If I may ask, however, what exactly do you find mind-boggling about it? Thanks and Happy myLotting!
@uu4h708 (638)
• Philippines
9 Nov 07
i like zatoichi... hmmm. mind boggling, i forgot the movie.. a scanner darkly is cool, not really that mindboggling but pretty cool, i forgot the director but keannu reeves plays one of the major characters... oh!! animatrix is mindboggling for me.. is not actually a movie i think.. its a series of cartoon/anime/visual effects series of short films that is related to Matrix..
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@acmepride (1547)
• United States
9 Dec 07
Zatoichi, to be sure, is truly an easily likable movie, considering its amusingly graphic fight scenes and extremely entertaining deception-filled plot. I must admit, though, that I'm not familiar with Scanner Darkly yet. Who directed it, if I may ask? Also, may I ask exactly what animation series you're pertaining to? Thanks a lot in advance for answering my questions and Happy myLotting, uu4h708! ;)
@nvtellan (1907)
• Philippines
9 Nov 07
Mind-boggling film huh? let's see... hrmmm.. It's been a long time since I last saw a film that I could consider mind-boggling but I think the closest film that may fit this description is the latest Harry Potter movie. It's so mind-boggling, my head hears in the middle of the showing till I fell asleep. My wife woke up because I was snoring loudly in the theather. hehe.
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@acmepride (1547)
• United States
7 Dec 07
May I know, though, why you consider the latest Harry Potter movie "so mind-boggling," nvtellan? Thanks a lot for your good post and Happy myLotting! ;)
• Philippines
4 Oct 07
Acmepride, for me, "The Usual Suspect" is a mind-boggling movie. You really have to watch the movie several times before you realize that this is a superb movie with a fabulous twist. The movie was directed by Bryan Singer.
@acmepride (1547)
• United States
4 Oct 07
I must agree with you that it's "a superb movie with a fabulous twist." The moral of this film, to my mind, is to never ever judge a book by its cover. The level of deception in this particular movie is amazingly entertaining. Kevin Spacey's acting was likewise convincingly engaging that you would not immediately suspect that something is amiss. If you enjoyed The Usual Suspects, erick, I'm pretty sure that you would enjoy watching Zatoichi by Takeshi Kitano as well. To somehow give you an idea of what it's basically about, just imagine Kill Bill meshed with The Usual Suspects, Yojimbo, and add a bit more hilarity and some crazy dancing. It's truly just an absolute delight to watch. So, if you could, try to see it. Thanks a lot for your nice post and Happy myLotting! ;)
@marge26 (43)
• Philippines
4 Oct 07
The movie entitled "Hero" is mind boggling. It's starred by Jet Li. Try to see it.
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@acmepride (1547)
• United States
4 Oct 07
I've seen it already, marge26. Nevertheless, could you kindly share to us exactly why you find hero mind-boggling? Thanks a lot and Happy myLotting! ;)
@naka75 (797)
• Singapore
21 Feb 09
I've watched "No Country for Old Men" by the Coen Brothers. So far this is the most mind boggling movie I've ever watched. Because there's a deeper layer into the story and its characters that it's not easily understood if one just watch it like any other movie. The villian is a man who is seriously deranged and disturbing, nobody knows what he's thinking. Coen Brothers said that this movie is about humor other than the violence, but I could not see the intention of humor and how it fit into the story.
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• Pakistan
8 Dec 07
Yeah, Beautiful Mind and Prestige. I would rank 10/10 to these Mind Boggling movies ;)
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