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Sappy, dull, and muddled, Dragonfly is too melancholic and cliched to generate much suspense.
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The undisputed king of the cornball concept, Kevin Costner has an uncanny aptitude for gravitating toward the dopiest projects in sight, but this time he's outdone himself.
The 'surprise' ending is as predictable as it is a long time coming.
Despite the film's aspirations to soul healing, its uplift remains mechanical, like an escalator's.
More dull than offensive, Dragonfly keeps Costner on screen for nearly every scene, which pretty much compounds the movie's boredom quotient.
A sappy, often absurd disappointment.
A numbingly pretentious project.
A well-intentioned misfire...
Preposterously plotted, highly sentimental supernatural thrillers
Boring, phony and a complete waste of talent.
Neither spooky nor otherworldly.
What Costner and everyone else is in constant danger of is spouting some awful dialogue.
Boy, does the final reel stink.
The movie is OK - not outstanding, just OK. It is frustrating as we see Joe (Costner) getting these supposed messages from his deceased wife, and we don't know if he is crazy or if he really is getting messages (which could also be construed as being crazy). Anyways Joe takes off for Venezuela to try and find out what happened for himself.
a very workable watchable film moving from modern chicagoland hospitals to the jungles of venezula, a tale of love that at first questions a doctor's sanity only to later prove to remarkably trancend the uncrossable divide, even death.
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