Remembering Bowie and Labyrinth

Honest Trailers praises Bowie’s turn in the 1986 cult classic.

Like I said in my small tribute to Bowie, I loved his turn in Labyrinth. And, despite it being an imperfect film, I still love the movie. It was imaginative and visually distinct, equally dark and humorous in turn. Well worth watching, at least once.


2 thoughts on “Remembering Bowie and Labyrinth

  1. It’s one of those movies that I remember more fondly than it deserves. I think it’s because I remember it in “highlight” mode, where I just throw the stuff I didn’t like down the memory hole, and I’m left with cool scenes of the labyrinth itself, some M. C. Escherish bits, and some fun scenes with Bowie and Connelly. It’s uneven, but when it’s good, it’s really great.

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