Planet Earth: Dreams Reviews

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August 2, 2004
Most audience members will soon find themselves in a state where they'll be able to compare their own dreams, no doubt favorably, to those on the screen before them.
July 21, 2004
Even the impudently mesmerizing star presence (and songs) of gamine Cynthia Hopkins cannot elevate this surprisingly staid slice of surrealism beyond the realm of the curious.
July 15, 2004
Cryptic but good-looking feature.
July 15, 2004
Isn't very successful at evoking the dream state, but does a good job of inducing it.
July 13, 2004
Foreman aficionados may want to keep the curtains of this theater drawn, and listen as his fertile lines suggest what could have been: 'The space between the trees is blank enough for something interesting to happen in it.'
July 15, 2004
One of a kind, turning Foreman trademarks such as self-satirical acting and out-of-nowhere music into powerful elements of an outlandish story.
July 15, 2004
Hopkins possesses a Candide-like equanimity in the face of bizarre happenstance that is thoroughly charming and keeps the story's excesses from becoming exasperating.
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