Fan submitted reviews of Dreamcatcher (Movie):|
Posted By: Jamie - November 7th, 2012 6:46:03 pm EST
so far I like the movie and i think it would be nice if it wasnt so horror.
Posted By: Wink - November 10th, 2011 1:58:25 am EST
Posted By: Anonymous - November 10th, 2011 1:54:18 am EST
hope its good
Posted By: NumberOneFan - May 28th, 2011 4:37:30 pm EDT
How can I summarize this movie in one word? Oh yeah: Gory!
Posted By: Sandy - May 12th, 2011 7:57:16 pm EDT
I like it alot
Posted By: Losthiwalker - April 12th, 2011 4:29:49 pm EDT
Well all right, being challenged by physical or mental obstacles makes growing up hard, but if we survive, true colors may astound those who thought they knew us but did not! Prejudice has backlash.
Posted By: Citygirl - February 21st, 2011 10:15:53 am EST
As is true with most movies, I found the book to be much better. That said, however, the movie managed to capture the hysteria and fear inherent in situations where you're faced with the unknown...masterful.
Posted By: Nickolas - January 22nd, 2011 8:34:38 pm EST
a mind blowing movie!!!
Posted By: Anonymous - November 7th, 2010 5:30:21 am EST
Worst movie adaptation of a king novel ever
Posted By: Shawn - October 27th, 2010 3:25:12 am EDT
the movie is a great movie, but had very subtle connection to the book
Posted By: WA8YCD - October 4th, 2010 2:31:51 am EDT
9 times out of 10 when I read a book then see the movie, the movie, although possibly entertaining, is not as good as the book. This is no exception. The movie was fine on its own, but not as good as the book.
Posted By: S.K.Rules - August 13th, 2010 7:12:20 pm EDT
The movie was reallly great but got a little childish after the bathroom scene. And the ending to me was really silly.
Posted By: Kittykiller - June 13th, 2010 6:25:39 pm EDT
I loved both the book and movie but ofcurse there was holes in the movie as most and that was or reason im sure from what i read and the content avalable to the movie. regardless it was great
Posted By: Skittles - May 28th, 2010 9:47:09 am EDT
It was a good movie some parts were just weird though it was a decent movie overall
Posted By: Aguamala - May 6th, 2010 7:57:34 pm EDT
I love sci-fi movies and Stephen King, but this movie did not fill all my expectations. I read the book in 2002 and loved it, but when the movie came out i was a little disappointed. The story was good, Duddits was great but they left out a lot of key elements which got on my nerves. Other than that, it was a good movie but not the best.
Posted By: Anonymous - April 23rd, 2010 6:00:04 pm EDT
I think the Duddits storyline was pretty true to the book, except the ending. The ending sucked. The bacon was hilarious, they should've added that. Morgan Freeman is a great actor, but he can't play a psychopath; he has too many expression lines in his face.
Posted By: Rose - March 24th, 2010 1:32:54 pm EDT
Loved the book. Was a little disappointed in the movie.
Posted By: Jim Hemphill - March 19th, 2010 3:07:42 am EDT
Easily the most underrated of all the King adaptations...Kasdan is a truly great director, and he does a terrific job of capturing King's distinctive blend of humanism and horror in this film.
Posted By: Suzi - February 24th, 2010 4:49:01 am EST
i read the book and later watched the movie with my son and loved the realistic effects and great story line thanks for so many good nights of reading and movies
Posted By: Anonymous - January 21st, 2010 5:28:48 am EST
I was very dissapointed. I loved the cover and concept, looked forward to it and then snored my way through most of it. The larger aliens all like something that came from my nose, and the ending was a miserable waste of time. Had the alines been of a more believable design, and Duddits still being human when he destroyed Mr Gray, then I might have actually enjoyed it. I did however love the flesh devouring sluggy things, they are soo friggin cute! who could have guessed that that little bugger would cause such devistation and agony. Aw! but those are my thoughts, as a person who does not get scaredby anything, spent the entire of Exorscism or Emily Rose in stiches on the floor.
Posted By: Dreamcatcher - November 26th, 2009 9:07:39 pm EST
actually... duddits in the book was cooler. who forgot the bacon in the movie. the bacon in the book was funny
Posted By: Dreamcatcher - November 26th, 2009 9:04:59 pm EST
Saw movie... own book... read book... this has got to be the best stephen king ive ever read (im 12 reading his crap (in a good way, as in "stuff") and i shouldnt) i just bought salems lot
Posted By: Yosgah - October 25th, 2009 6:46:02 pm EDT
It is an OK film, entertaining, but nothing great like The Green Mile, The Shining, The Mist or Shawshank redemption. It is actually great until Mr Grey's appearance, then it's just so-so. And the end is childish. The book is so much better.
Posted By: Ishka G'ay - June 20th, 2009 12:49:23 am EDT
MAN, is it true that there is a deleted scene or extra on the DVD where Thomas Jane taunts Donnie Wahlberg into breaking character? Or taunts Duddets into blowing his act? I have been scouring youtube and the like and the only solution is going to be to re-rent this little baby.
Posted By: Enkelejd - January 30th, 2009 10:24:47 am EST
It's a wonderful story played by a fantastic cast... Bucko, I think we're on the same page - pissin' in the same latrine.
Posted By: Angel - October 18th, 2008 2:00:13 pm EDT
i have not seen the movie yet but it is a really godd book