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Robin Williams was an incredible actor and does what he does best. This film is insanely beautiful visually and has an amazing story to tell about love. It's a bit strange watching this movie including suicide after the events of Robins own untimely death. I highly recommend this film to anyone looking for a good tear jerker.
A truly great tale told in a unique and exquisite style to portray the emotion of the circumstances present in the movie, the fatal flaw however goes back to the uncoordinated cast and slow pace of events.
This movie is hard to categorize. Clearly it is innovative and powerful and visually stunning. And morose and sad. Visually gorgeous. And it has to affect you in some way. It affected me a lot, which I suppose means it's a good film in that it touched the audience. I didn't like HOW it affected me, and it's not something I want to watch more than once or twice. But I was impressed by it, maybe because it gives a fairly detailed conception of the afterlife. Whether you believe it or not, at least you have to give the film points for producing such a vast vision of how it might be. It's just too sad and morose for me.
This movie tries to have a good message to it, but I am way too skeptical of matters of religion to take this movie too seriously. Afterlife beliefs aside, this movie (while it was beautiful) had a lot of pacing issues and it was hard to stay interested at times. It's a good idea, but something seems to be missing.
A visual work of art with a plot that could have been balanced a little more, What Dreams May Come proves to be full of thought and beauty in all of the tragedy it presents, and with some notably great acting and sutile but gorgeous twists, there is hardly anything not to reccomend here.
An interesting and depressing premise to base an entire film on, but where the subject matter is deeply morbid, it's offset by some genuinely interesting and vivid visuals and of course Robin Williams in dramatic mode - both of which are firm plusses.
This movie reminds the 21st-Century-Audience about Inception. This movie has a great story but the execution is really dull. The screenplay of this movie really ruin the taste of the story. But, The imagination is really high.
Great story and brilliantly acted by Robin Williams, the idea of soulmates together forever no matter what lifetime they are living is gorgeous. Has a whole different meaning now Robin has passed RIP, we truely lost an incredible actor