To Mike or any of the film buffs out there, Can you please explain what's so special about ouevre of David Lynch. I've never understood his critical acclaim. Maybe, if somebody points out what's so special so that I can look for it next time and I will be able to finally appreciate it. There are some critically acclaimed movies that I just don't appreciate, but some of these are so old that what was so ground breaking about it has now become cliche. But, Lynch's movies are still new and, Mullohand Drive just came out over a year ago. After watching that movie, I just wanted my money back. Isn't a movie supposed to have some story to it, or make some sense? It was just two completely different movies thrown together, and you didn't know which one was the real one. The only thing that didn't make it a total waste of time was seeing Naomi Watts nude. I suspect the only reason anyone watches his movies is for the graphic sex. Other than Brown Bunny, I think he gets away with the most for a R rating.