Even after the film (quite entertainingly) explains itself, it never feels like more than a howl of frustration and cynicism.
Many of the events in the latest episode of Twin Peaks seem to depend on the toss of a coin.
The episode’s emotional epicenter is Bobby Briggs, now white-haired and working as a deputy for the department.
Camilla Luddington refuses to predictably foreground her character’s escalating fear, allowing us instead to see that fear as being at war with her inquisitive intelligence.
Father issues are to the Lost flashback what cancer is to a diagnosis on House.
The Black Dahlia, one of the finest Cinemascope films of recent years, is presented in a mostly excellent anamorphic transfer that preserves its 2.35:1 theatrical aspect ratio.