A Nightmare on Elm Street 3 - Dream Warriors details
|Starring:||John Saxon, Laurence Fishburne, Patricia Arquette, Bradley Gregg, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Robert Englund, Rodney Eastman, Clay Landey, Craig Wasson, Heather Langenkamp, Priscilla Pointer, Jennifer Rubin|
|Studio:||ENTERTAINMENT IN VIDEO|
|Collections:||100 Horror Films|
A Nightmare on Elm Street 3 - Dream Warriors
|Run time:||1 hour 33 minutes|
|Rental release:||25 Jun 2001|
By Tom Charity from LOVEFiLM
Michel Gondry directs this quirky comedy
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For meBy a customer from UK , 23 Jun 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]For me this had to be one of the best in the complete set...they really went to town with this one.
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The Best Freddy Movie MadeBy Alexander-UK (128 reviews) , 02 Jul 2013This is the best of the Freddy movies by far!. I think the story is strong, its funny, its gorey, its scary and putting Freddy in a secure hospital full of dream depraved teens you know there is going to be trouble!. Classic of a horror.
not toooo badBy cheesekake (1501 reviews) from uk , 08 Apr 2012not too good either, yes I can understand their reasoning for creating more Freddy series in the films, but they really shouldve left it with the first one.
not a bad film but once you've seen it youv'e seen it
Best of the bunch?By RJNeb2 (1016 reviews) from London , 25 Apr 2011Probably the best of the Nightmare sequels, this has an intriguing premise - suicidal teens bond together to enter each other dreams and take on Freddy - even if its execution is a little on the sloppy side. Although the teenagers turn out to be pretty ineffectual when it comes to battling the slasher Kruger, the special effects are reasonably nifty and Englund certainly seems to be enjoying himself.
The best one so far!By latchy (23 reviews) from Spennymoor , 25 Mar 2011After an appaling second instalment I decided to try this one and boy I was plesed I did! I was so happy that Nancy was back and it is also great acting by all the cast. I also like the new and improved quirky Freddy, he's great!
This Is Where It Goes Wrong.By Richie77777 (274 reviews) from Essex , 22 Jan 2011Having seen the first two films, (which obviously is the logical way of watching the series!) I moved onto the third.
The film revolves around the experiences of a bunch of youngsters within a psychaitric hospital who all share the same nightmares with Freddie. It later emerges they are the last of the Elm St children.
I must say that I have found the acting in all three films to be somewhat suspect but this movie really took the biscuit. The return of Nancy adds some strength - but her acting seems highly dubious.
There are truly hammy moments. When the whole group first go into a dream, following a hypnosis session, it feels as if I was watching a Disney movie - the junkie becomes some heroine (forgive the pun!), the guy in the wheelchair can walk and has wizard powers! They all find their, 'Dream Powers.'
In summary it seemed to me like a half hearted effort at best. It doesn't have the punch of the second film and the two small upsides are the good musical turns, (just like the first film in fact) and its interesting to see a young Laurence Fishburne with hair!