Waiting for the Light
A former vaudevillian magician (MacLaine) moves her straight-laced niece (Garr) and her two mischievous children to a small town. When the two kids get in trouble with a neighbor for stealing vegetables from his garden, the aunt concocts an illusion of ghosts in revenge. Only trouble is the whole town believes it is real and soon the press is swarming the town and a major magic trick is required for everyone to save face.
- Stars:Louis Guzzo, Colin Baumgartner, Teri Garr, Hillary Wolf, Shirley MacLaine, Jeff McCracken, William Dore, Amanda Arguello, Michelle Wartman, Robert Hardwick, LeChelle Anne Goncalves, Robin Ginsburg, Arthur H. Cahn, Lyn Tyrrell, Matt Magnano,
- Director:Christopher Monger,
- Writer:Christopher Monger
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(jp) wrote: It's good. Watch it.
(ca) wrote: Pinhead is getting progressively sillier, changing his moral compass every couple of movies. First he is an amoral pleasure seeker, then a benevolent protector, then a psychotic murderer, then an agent of righteous retribution. He doesn't abide by his own rules half the time and this film is no different. Definitely another low point for this franchise.
(es) wrote: worst. film. ever. that left me shaking for hours after getting through the first 3/4 of slow boring road movie dribble.
(ru) wrote: I really wish that I had seen this film, before I saw Inception. Of course you can't compare the graphics or special effects, in fact, the effects in Dreamscape are laughable by today's standards, but this was really the first movie to explore entering someones dreams. The story is wonderfully creative with unlimited possibilities, but at the time it was made, you couldn't rely on the special effects to make the movie, the way some films today do. What Dreamscape really needed was a young charismatic star to put the film over the top, and they found him in Dennis Quaid. The difference in his personality and the types of roles he chooses to take have done a complete turnaround over the last thirty years. The Dennis Quaid of today is a strong, emotionless character, who is determined to do whatever he sets his mind to. In Dreamscape he's funny, ambitious, and absolutely adds character to a story that could have gone either way. What the film loses in predictability and the sometimes slow pace, is more than made up for with Quaid's standout performance. I'd always heard good things about Dreamscape and how it was the inspiration for Inception, but it's a thirty year old film with outdated effects and some really cheesy stuff, I really didn't expect it to be as good it as it was.
(nl) wrote: Hippie Satanists contract rabies and then kill people.
(us) wrote: Amazing movie and it is very funny