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Bram Stokers Dracula
My Rating:
(out of 5 stars)
3 Stars
Bram Stokers Dracula Poster
Primary Location: First Saw:In Theatre Saw at/with: With Trish
Rating: R Year: 1992 Category: Thriller
Director: Francis Ford Coppola Time: 130 min. Writer: James V. hart

Mine: I do not remember this all that well. I will have to see it again. Great cast. Great director. Time for a re-viewing.
Leonard Maltin/Plot synopsis: Sumptuous retelling of the Dracula legend as originally conceived by Stoker in his 1897 novel. Avenging the death of his beloved wife, a 15th-century Romanian warrior lives on through the ages... and sets his sights on Victorian London. Sexual, sinuous, exquisitely realized (using every movie artifice imaginable); occasionally let down by story lags... but always has one more goodie up its sleeve. Written by James Victor Hart. Kudos to Thomas Sanders' production design, Michael Ballhaus' cinematography, and Wojciech Kilar's powerful music. Won Oscars for makeup, sound effects editing, and costume design.
User Reviews:
Alisha's rating:
5 Stars
(out of 5 stars)
This is my all time favorate movie. I love how Copella viewed Stokers love story. The sadness of how Dracula and his love, no matter how hard they try, cant be together still makes me cry. But yet its bitter sweet in the end how she ended is suffering. Thats why I give this movie five stars
Jody's rating:
(out of 5 stars)
The difficulty with this movie is that it have very little to do with Bram Stoker's novel. It in fact shares more similarity with the original "The Mummy" than anything else. Boo says I, Stoker did better by his novel.
mike grizzel's rating:
5 Stars
(out of 5 stars)
the most beautiful visuals ever seen in a film and a great take on the story dracula this is my fav horror film even today it has the best effects cast and music ive seen in a horror film gary oldman plays the perfect dracula and anthony hopkins gives a wonderfully funny performance as professor van helsing winona ryder is the soft spoken classy mina and who sounds or looks more like youd picture johnathan harker than keanu reeves this movie takes other movies to school in terms of film techniques and effects notice little things like water dripping upwards shadows moving on thier own and u can hear many great things cause the great voice filter effects in the beggining when he goes i am dracula u hear it sound like thousand women say it if u listen closely i agree with a previous review this movie will make u cry its saddest love story ive come across besides the titanic but in end it has a good message truelove can survive the grave i like this movie so much a few years ago i started collecting things about this film the statuettes the movie script even magazines from 1992 i read in an article gay oldman and winona ryder seemed to be dating at first theyd be seen kissing hanging out but as the movie making went on they no longer spoke to each other and havent since the film its hard to believe this movies allready on amc classics and 11years old i remember i was 13 it cameout right before halloween and i saw it on my first date on oct 31 1992 this movies a legend and legends never die
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