Best Digital Movies


  • Inland Empire

    Inland Empire (R, 2006)

    Laura Dern, Jeremy Irons, Harry Dean Stanton, Justin Theroux, Terryn Westbrook
    Cinema of the surreal icon David Lynch follows up the success of his critically acclaimed 2001 featu... read morere Mulholland Drive with this dark mystery, shot on a handheld Sony PD150 digital video recorder. It is the tale of an actress whose personality becomes increasingly fragmented as she delves ever deeper into her work for a high-profile filmmaker. Kingsley (Jeremy Irons) is a director looking to adapt for the screen a Polish gypsy folktale that was previously stalled when the two leads were viciously murdered. Having offered the female lead to devoted actress Nikki (Laura Dern), Kingsley warns her male co-star, Devon (Justin Theroux), to maintain his professional distance, as Nikki's husband (Peter J. Lucas) is known to be notoriously possessive. As the passionate co-stars quickly cross the line and become lovers, Nikki's slowly slipping sense of reality causes her to eventually become lost in her character while the mysterious story of a Polish couple unfurls, and a trio of giant stage-bound rabbits (voices of Naomi Watts, Scott Coffey, and Laura Harring) lounge around on the sofa and tend to their domestic duties. Shot over the course of two and a half years and without a formalized script, Lynch's hallucinogenic look at a doomed film project features all of the abstract imagery and strange symbolism that have long made the director a favorite of film fans who embrace his disorienting approach to unconventional storytelling. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
    • sidiousdixit
      sidiousdixit: . Besides, as a digital film it looks ugly (I hated the overexposed picture). Yes, I know this is a David Lynch film
      Reviewed 3 years days ago
    • tonas88
      tonas88: . Lynch put all his ability in this masterpiece. Recorded with a digital camera, all the shots are really great...
      Reviewed 4 years days ago
    • DeLeonSerratos
      DeLeonSerratos: Inland Empire, el más reciente trabajo de David Lynch, el primero que se lanza a realizar en digital, con la famosa PD-150, pero hablar de Inland Empire es caminar en círculos. Nadie como él pa
      Reviewed 6 years days ago