WHAT DREAMS MAY COME (Theatrical Release USA 1998)

Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.7|5.0 Starsìììì


What Dreams May Come
—wonderful, wonderful story—shows high imagination, tremendous compassion, and completely involves both intellect and emotion. Robin Williams has total control of his character and is so believable that one feels everything shown is real rather than imagination at its peak. Special background effects are stunning. Cast works together like the best of the best. Total WOW! factor. Great story with a presentation that supersedes all expectations.


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Storyline

A man goes to hell to rescue his wife.

Additional Thanks

Thank You to Director Vincent Ward for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producers Ronald Bass, Ted Field, Erica Huggins, and Scott Kroopf for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: Chris Nielsen (Robin Williams), Albert (Cuba Gooding Jr.), Annie Nielsen (Annabella Sciorra), The Tracker (Max von Sydow), Marie Nielsen (Jessica Brooks Grant), Ian Nielsen (Josh Paddock),Leona (Rosalind Chao), Mrs. Jacobs (Lucinda Jenney), Stacey Jacobs (Maggie McCarthy), Angie (Wilma Bonet), Reverend Hanley (Matt Salinger), Cindy (Carin Sprague), Car Accident Woman (June Carryl), Paramedic (Paul P.Card IV), and Face (Werner Herzog).



Buy a ticket
? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. The movie has lots of heart built into it. Winning film.

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