What Dreams May Come

"Good"

What Dreams May Come Review


It's a long, slow, pretty dull ride through Robin Williams' afterlife... you woulda thought it would have some toys or bouncing green goo or talking animals or something... but no, this is Serious Robin, and in a movie that features 3 accidental deaths and one suicide, I guess you can't have nothin' but laughs. The effects are great, to be sure, but it's surprisingly repetitious to see the same four or five scenes replicated over and over. I'd comment on how well-intentioned this movie seems, but, well, YOU know what they say about the road to hell...

Don't mess with The Tracker.



Facts and Figures

Run time: 113 mins

In Theaters: Friday 2nd October 1998

Box Office Worldwide: $55.4M

Budget: $85M

Distributed by: PolyGram Films

Production compaines: PolyGram Filmed Entertainment

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 3 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 54%
Fresh: 37 Rotten: 32

IMDB: 7.0 / 10

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Director:

Producer:

Starring: as Chris Nielsen, Cuba Gooding Jr. as Ian Nielsen (as Albert Lewis), as Annie Collins-Nielsen, as Albert Lewis (as the tracker), Jessica Brooks Grant as Marie Nielsen, Josh Paddock as Ian Nielsen, as Leona, as Mrs. Jacobs

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