I'll admit now that I wore an "I killed Laura Palmer" t-shirt thoughout my freshman year of college. Am I embarrassed by that now? Yes, but not as much as you'd think. Twin Peaks was a bona-fide phenomenon, the most subversively popular thing of its day and still a brainy-slash-guilty pleasure with few equals.
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Sherilyn Fenn Saturday 19th May 2007 Celebrity moms and dads join Mallika Chopra for a party in Crestwood Hills Park to celebrate the launch of her new book book '100 Questions from My Child' Brentwood, California
Sherilyn Fenn - Sherilyn Fenn and Dylan Stewart Brentwood, California - Celebrity moms and dads join Mallika Chopra for a party in Crestwood Hills Park to celebrate the launch of her new book book '100 Questions from My Child' Saturday 19th May 2007
Along this 95-minute ride we'll find out where the General Lee came from (dredged from a lake), why everybody hates Boss Hogg (because he's a money-grubbing jerk), and how Daisy got so hot (she just had to take off her glasses and give her wardrobe a trim). If these are burning questions that keep you up at night then, by all means, purchase this DVD immediately.
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Wild at Heart was puzzling, because it was screwed up and it was hard to figure out why. Time - and, 14 years later, the DVD release - helps to clear up that central enigma. Based very loosely on Barry Gifford's novel, this manic, Southern Gothic road movie now seems too deliberately weird. And in retrospect the cause seems to be that its creator, a strange man if the available evidence of his films is to be believed, and one who then was only recently revered as a certain type of genius, was trying so hard just to be himself.
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