A scientist keeps having dreams that he is marked for murder by a mysterious tribunal for something that he's not aware that he's done, and that his wife and his friends are part of the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Deadly Dream
A scientist keeps having dreams that he is marked for murder by a mysterious tribunal for something that he's not aware that he's done, and that his wife and his friends are part of the ...
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Matt R (ru) wrote: Interesting premise, but fails to deliver any real laughs.
Layla W (au) wrote: I'm pretty sure this is at the beginning or end of perhaps The Grinch movie. Adorably funny and comical... def. the only reason the new one has been made.
Patrick T (nl) wrote: Screw these PG-13 "horror" movies. If I want to see a flick about a teenage female werewolf, I'll watch Ginger Snaps again.
Deidre S (ag) wrote: not as good as the first
Randall H (gb) wrote: Balls out road movie. Place it next to Easy Rider and never look back.
Bob K (us) wrote: The first half of Barry Lyndon was like imaging a story to go along with a series of beautiful still paintings. Somehow, this period piece seemed to pick up energy and vitality as it entered the second half, following the intermission, based on the camera movement and editing pace. We are forewarned that Lyndon's life will collapse, but we don't really care that much, since his rise was based on so much falsehood and chicanery. Still, he ends up with 500 guineas a year somewhere in the world under George III's reign, and that was a very livable sum, even missing half a leg. Worth the effort.
Adam S (kr) wrote: Though it's plot follows the basic Elvis formula, this time set around a racecar driver, although very little time is spent on this, "Viva Las Vegas" has become a stand out among the King's filmography.This is due to Ann-Margret, who's screen presence and chemistry with Elvis is enough to create a strong supporting character - a rare occurrence in an Elvis film.Also, let's face it, it's Elvis. They may be a vehicle for music videos, but his films ARE fun, and Viva Las Vegas itself is a bloody iconic tune.
William W (kr) wrote: I really enjoyed the rapport between Bacall and Bogie--it was weird finding out that at the time, even though the two were married and had acted very well together previously, that Bacall was not Warner Bros. first choice for the role. An excellent supporting cast, though the writing is less than classic and the first-person experiment, for the first third of the film, doesn't always come off well.
Anson H (de) wrote: This is great, just great. And I'm not saying that sarcastically! This rocks