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Title: Dreamcatcher
Post by: ChickenNRiceIsNice on April 04, 2004, 07:17:32 pm

Did anyone see this movie? It was on tv last night, and I swear to god, It is really really scary! I was screaming my head off every five minutes. It's based on one of Stephen King’s best-selling novel. It's not what I thought it would be. I thought it was about dreamcatchers, but was I wrong!

Title: Re:Dreamcatcher
Post by: breebree16 on April 04, 2004, 08:08:57 pm

I saw that movie in theaters and I read the book and I must say that the book is much better.

Title: Re:Dreamcatcher
Post by: ChickenNRiceIsNice on April 04, 2004, 09:10:10 pm

I never read the book, but the movie was good, but really scary..

Title: Re:Dreamcatcher
Post by: Tigerlily1419 on April 05, 2004, 02:36:43 am

I saw about two minutes of it off of Cinemax last night, but it was too fuzzy to make out, so I turned the channel.

[quote author=ChickenNRiceIsNice~BaBy I LoVe YoU~ link=board=4;threadid=19196;start=0#msg579534 date=1081127410]
I never read the book, but the movie was good, but really scary..
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Like do you think that's the scariest movie you've seen?

Title: Re:Dreamcatcher
Post by: ChickenNRiceIsNice on April 05, 2004, 01:09:50 pm

[quote]Quote from: ChickenNRiceIsNice~BaBy I LoVe YoU~ on April 04, 2004, 09:10:10 PM
I never read the book, but the movie was good, but really scary..

Like do you think that's the scariest movie you've seen? [/quote]

I dont know, I've seen so many scary movies, but some of them are scary in the beginning but then towards the end, they suck. But this movie was different, I mean, there was blood all over the place, this huge, HUGE alien standing in this house. I was freaking out, so I think this is one of the scariest movies I've seen.

Title: Re:Dreamcatcher
Post by: PHF1138 on April 05, 2004, 01:16:45 pm

Wow. I've heard nothing but terrible things about it. My mom's read the book, so she's biased towards it in a bad way, but she's usually as skittish as me when it comes to scary movies. She said it was boring. *shrugs* Meh... Aliens never really bothered me.

Title: Re:Dreamcatcher
Post by: yoo_hoo on April 05, 2004, 01:47:08 pm

[quote author=PHF1138 link=board=4;threadid=19196;start=0#msg580197 date=1081185405]
Meh... Aliens never really bothered me.
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Yeah, tomato ketchup blood and computerised aliens do nothing for my adrenelin. "Mess with your mind" scary is more my thing.

Title: Re:Dreamcatcher
Post by: Raiwen on April 05, 2004, 02:06:38 pm

[quote author=PHF1138 link=board=4;threadid=19196;start=0#msg580197 date=1081185405]
Wow. I've heard nothing but terrible things about it. My mom's read the book, so she's biased towards it in a bad way, but she's usually as skittish as me when it comes to scary movies. She said it was boring. *shrugs* Meh... Aliens never really bothered me.
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I've never read the book but it is boring and a bit ridiculous at points. Damien Lewis was the only thing that made me keep watching.

Title: Re:Dreamcatcher
Post by: vero_27 on April 18, 2004, 09:28:21 pm

I saw the first part only (i havenīt read the book), but i didnīt like the alien thing, so i changed the channel... :-\ well, my sister did it, i wanted to see how it ended, but she didnīt let me ::)

Title: Re:Dreamcatcher
Post by: SamZie on April 19, 2004, 07:20:01 am

i havent read the book, and i didnt really think that the film was too good, i saw it ages ago in the cinema and i thought it was a bit boring!

Title: Re:Dreamcatcher
Post by: Elijahs_babygurl on April 21, 2004, 09:08:49 pm

I saw it a couple of months ago. Me and my friends thought it was supposed to be really scary but it wasn't really all that scary to me. In my opinion it was a little boring at the begining, but I thought it got a lot more interesting when Dudits came in. (sorry if I spelled that wrong). He was my favorite and I cried at the end when he died. :'(
I thought that one guy was really funny who always said "F**k me Freddy." That was so funny when he said that. :D

Title: Re:Dreamcatcher
Post by: Xenake on April 23, 2004, 06:13:11 pm

hahaha omg i LAUGHED at that movie damn
one of the most funny movies i have ever seen ;D

and it wasnt like i thought it would be, but i don't mean that in a bad way, ofcourse :P

Title: Re:Dreamcatcher
Post by: Grawsywoll on April 24, 2004, 07:20:38 pm

[quote author=breebree16 link=board=4;threadid=19196;start=0#msg579491 date=1081123737]
I saw that movie in theaters and I read the book and I must say that the book is much better.
[/quote]

I agree! The book is ten times better! I thought it was pretty shit actually... It wasn't scary at all... In my opinion that is... ;)

Title: Re:Dreamcatcher
Post by: breebree16 on April 24, 2004, 07:31:08 pm

[quote author=Grawsywoll link=board=4;threadid=19196;start=0#msg603451 date=1082848838]
[quote author=breebree16 link=board=4;threadid=19196;start=0#msg579491 date=1081123737]
I saw that movie in theaters and I read the book and I must say that the book is much better.
[/quote]

I agree! The book is ten times better! I thought it was pretty shit actually... It wasn't scary at all... In my opinion that is... ;)
[/quote]

I didn't expect it to be all that scary anyway, but I did like the actors chosen to play the characters, espesially Damien Lewis as Jonesy, Jason Lee as Beaver, and Donnie Wahlberg as Duddits, but the screen play could have been much stronger and better developed.

I believe that people who haven't read the book enjoy the movie more.


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