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New mysteries unfold 25 years after the shocking death of homecoming queen Laura Palmer in a quaint northwestern town.
Premiere Date: May 21, 2017
A collection of rambling and samey set pieces amateurishly glued together by a frankly adolescent conviction that weirdness in any form — hey, let’s not bother with a plot — can pass for clever and interesting, it should never have been made.
The Twin Peaks reboot is not the fusion of arthouse and mainstream sensibilities that viewers might expect. It’s pure David Lynch — and it’s glorious.
Lynch’s twisted brutalization of women likewise continues… It all seems to be part of the director’s basic playbook. And it’s past time for him to be called out on it.
Yes, it’s weird. Yes, it’s “Lynchian.” But there’s a lot more weirdness on TV than there was in 1990.
This doesn’t feel like the Twin Peaks we know and love and that’s because it’s not.
Yes, the new Twin Peaks is weird, and feels like Lynch more unfiltered than ever, but it also very definitely has a narrative
It’s a credit to Lynch that he has not adapted his style to suit TV’s more muted sensibilities (even in this Golden Age) but remained true to what he does best.
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