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I am not a fan of these kind of movies or TV series. I watched Mullholland Drive as a youngster and did not like it, i accede that now I might be more appreciative being much older. However through the years things like Twin Peaks just confirm my disdain for meandering, far fetched, tenuous plots that demand a heavy intake of narcotics to gauge a small understanding of a plot so weak that after an interminable duration you lose the will to live and have lost all investment in a plot that a children's cartoon could outdo.
All that said, this was a more amenable watch mainly due to Andrew Garfield who was excellent and also due to the movie getting better as it progressed. Still not my cup of tea as Spike would say!
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