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What Dreams May Come

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Film revolves around the tragedy of couple Chris and Annie who have been married for many years and have two wonderful children. Unfortunately, the tragedy occurrs when they loose each other in an automobile accident. Years later, Chris dies of another accident. Chris discovers that paradise is not like he imagines. And Annie buries her life in misery and despair. Chris is desperately jumped into the pit of hell to save his wife';s soul from damnation.  
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New York Times
All the weeping and hugging the characters do can't make up for the film's fatal lack of texture and psychological nuance.
January 01, 2000
Cinema Crazed
It's a sullen and woefully boring religious sermon...
May 12, 2013
Aside from having one of the worst titles in recent film memory, "What Dreams May Come" fails by trying to be all things to all people.
May 20, 2009
Bangor Daily News (Maine)
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.
August 19, 2007
Washington Post
It's not much, other than the vision thing.
January 01, 2000
Arizona Republic
Here's what's wrong with giant movie screens: You can fill them with extreme close-ups of Robin Williams' face!
January 01, 2000
Entertainment Weekly
If the film's morose sentimentality sidesteps ludicrousness, it's also not very dramatic.
January 01, 2000
Detroit News
In both concept and execution, they testify to painfully banal sensibilities.
January 01, 2000