Psychogenic Fugue, A
This edit had a really interesting concept and I believe the editor executed it technically very well but it did not work for me. I love David Lynch and I wish this was more Lynch-ian. I would have preferred no action scenes, and less coherence. If the whole thing were as surreal as the final part, basically. Also, the jazz club stuff is just laughably bad acting and there's nothing anybody can do for that to not take me out of it. I honestly would have preferred a bit more haze and no action at all. But, what was done was edited very well. I am only rating the narrative a 5 because I feel it had coherent chunks of plot for parts of the film that weren't Lynchian at all (Sandman fight, jazz club) in my mind. A noble effort nonetheless and worth a watch.
This is great stuff. The ability to turn Spiderman 3 into a moody abstract Lynchian nightmare takes serious talent. Well done Mr.Fry
I have to appologize in advance as i am not really familiar with most of Lynch's work so i guess that I pretty much didn't get the edit's intention.
Without knowing the structure and style that Dwight was referring to I found myself just watching a very shortened version of Spider-Man that didn't really do much for me, but I am pretty sure it was my uninformed mind that made me miss the larger picture :D