What Dreams May Come
Dr. Chris Nielsen dies in an accident. Unable to leave his despondent wife to a miserable fate, Chris must transcend the boundaries of heaven and hell in a love story bigger than life itself
© 1996 Interscope Communications, Inc
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Rotten: This ambitious afterlife romance introduces provoking themes, but Williams eventually leads the way back to familiar hackneyed ground. The grandiose art direction provides moments of wonder, but the muddled script gives them no raison d'tre.
- Carlo Cavagna, AboutFilm.com, Thursday, June 24, 2010
Rotten: Has two things going for it--its spectacular, Academy Award-nominated special effects and the fact that it ends. Everything else about this ridiculous, three-hanky film sends it sharply into nightmare.
- Christopher Smith, Bangor Daily News (Maine), Thursday, June 24, 2010
Hadnt watched this in a while but i pulled out the DVD and last night I was just amazed again. Soulmates is an incredible concept to me right now and this movie just rocks on so many levels to me.
- jmanard52, Thursday, March 29, 2007
This is the most depressing movie I have ever seen. After the first, like, fifteen minutes, I don't think I stopped crying until it was over. I'm still sad just thinking about it. I wish the ending had been slightly different though, it was kind of lame.
- cigaretteburns, Sunday, November 14, 2010