All the weeping and hugging the characters do can't make up for the film's fatal lack of texture and psychological nuance. full review
A heaping serving of metaphysical gobbledygook wrapped in a physically striking package. full review
As rare and odd, and visually breathtaking, as modern filmmaking gets!
If the film's morose sentimentality sidesteps ludicrousness, it's also not very dramatic. full review
The afterlife movie soars to new visionary heights in 'What Dreams May Come.'
Few films delight the eye the way Vincent Ward's What Dreams May Come does!
It's not much, other than the vision thing.
Here's what's wrong with giant movie screens: You can fill them with extreme close-ups of Robin Williams' face!
In both concept and execution, they testify to painfully banal sensibilities. full review
Director Vincent Ward's view of heaven is surreal and spectacular! full review
`What Dreams May Come' is so breathtaking, so beautiful, so bold in its imagination! full review
Dripping with bold visual aplomb and sugar-coated mysticism, Vincent Ward's film is a staunch romantic's romance for those who believe-or want to believe-in eternal love.
A visual feast not to be passed up and bound to pack an emotional punch for many viewers!