Notifications
Clear all

The Contrarian's view...  

Page 3 / 3
  RSS
(@chris_sampson)
RR Diner Patron
Posted by: pynchjan
Posted by: Matthew Gladney

 

But, I gotta be real... I don't really give two flips about Norma's RR Diner franchise. That scene was pure boredom for me. My spouse loved it.  🙂

 

That sequence eloquently raises/engages/illustrates many issues about film production and Lynch's career-long film-financing situation, quietly relates it to similar situations that many viewers face, and cues its impact on two incredibly endearing characters' unfulfilled romance, right?

That prick Walter, "love doesn't make a profit". Best line in the series, up there with "fix your heart or die".

ReplyQuote
Posted : 07/08/2017 6:33 pm
(@chris_sampson)
RR Diner Patron

And I just want to add that after kicking Ep 12 good and hard, I thought 13 was great. Oh Audrey, Oh Ed, Oh Bobby. Love lost, fire at will.

ReplyQuote
Posted : 07/08/2017 6:39 pm
(@samxtherapy)
Detective
Posted by: Chris Sampson

And I just want to add that after kicking Ep 12 good and hard, I thought 13 was great. Oh Audrey, Oh Ed, Oh Bobby. Love lost, fire at will.

Why take it out on poor old Will?

ReplyQuote
Posted : 07/08/2017 6:43 pm
(@1stdragonarse)
RR Diner Patron
Posted by: Caleb Tanner

I thought it was a great episode for all that's mentioned above.  The opening scene was so joyful and ridiculous!  I can't believe Ray let me down!  Cooper/Dougie is showing new emotions and a little more independence.  I was never a fan of James' singing or that song, but I had to laugh my ass off that so many people would be annoyed by it.  Ed's quiet credits at the end were a sober turn from where we started last night.  I don't think a show (all episodes) has ever made me feel so many things so strongly.  I'm grateful for that.

Well said partner! I knew Ray was in deep doo doo as soon as Mr. C arrived at the "Farm" but I was still pulling for him right up until his last breath of life. Lots to digest from this whole event. Although we haven't actually seen it, I wonder if Mr. C gathers more strength with each kill. Anyway, here's to Ray... he was a GOOD bad guy 😉

ReplyQuote
Posted : 07/08/2017 10:22 pm
(@karen_paynter)
Deputy
Posted by: Chris Sampson
Posted by: pynchjan
Posted by: Matthew Gladney

 

But, I gotta be real... I don't really give two flips about Norma's RR Diner franchise. That scene was pure boredom for me. My spouse loved it.  🙂

 

That sequence eloquently raises/engages/illustrates many issues about film production and Lynch's career-long film-financing situation, quietly relates it to similar situations that many viewers face, and cues its impact on two incredibly endearing characters' unfulfilled romance, right?

That prick Walter, "love doesn't make a profit". Best line in the series, up there with "fix your heart or die".

Basically her having a franchise is the writing excuse for her meeting that corporate creep who wants to/is get/getting into her pants.

ReplyQuote
Posted : 07/08/2017 10:48 pm
Page 3 / 3
Share: