Plot: a bunch of people risk falling into limbo to put a single thought into a Guy's head after inheriting his father's company/thingy with a magical dream machine. Why?, you mite ask cuz a Japanese guy doesn't like the company/thingy..
I don't want to give to much away but this film is very boring and none stylized for a Movie about oneirology.
in the film one could jump into anyone's "dreams" when strapped to a tubey machine and has to have a architect to design the artificial Dream world ..unfortunately the brain automatically finds ways to destroy intruders going into someone Else's brain as a defense.
#1 why risk your life and others from going into permanent limbo to go into some ones brain to give them the idea to destroy there own company when you could higher a hit man to kill the next in line to a company?
#2 in the film the creators of this method of building dreams to mess with people in try so hard to make it look like reality that they forget that in a Dream any bizzare imagery is perfectly acceptable to the person dreaming.
#3 in the film the gravity of one dream messes with the Dream within another dream, but how dose that happen if the body thats sleeping int the first dream isn't really moving CUZ IT'S A DREAM!?
#4 is you bild a dream machine make shour your own program doesn't kill you.
#5 everyone fights with guns to kill "scanns"
( just random background people made by the brains subconscious or memories )
Scanns arn't real so how can you kill them there are no organs involved and you would think the mind would come up with cooler ways to get ride of them then a gun.
#5 how dose the architect have full rain over the surroundings in someone else's head yet no body else can?
My Review of this movie is Forget it!! I left out some other story ploit incase someone feels like taking 50 years off there life watching this!
if your looking for a fair film about dreams I recommend the fallowing in no order:)
Paprika (パプリカ, Papurika)
its not the best film in the world but it has a more logical plot and beautiful imagery!
Plot: (パプリカ, Papurika ) is a Japanese animated science fiction film, based on Yasutaka Tsutsui's 1993 novel of the same name, about a research psychologist who uses a device that permits therapists to help patients by entering their dreams.
Sony had organized a limited theatrical release specifically to make the film eligible for consideration. The Anime News Network gave the film a perfect review of A+ in every category. The American DVD and Blu-ray Discs were released on November 27, 2007. The region 2 DVD has ARccOS copy protection enabled on it.
Another great dream film is:
Krank (Daniel Emilfork), who cannot dream, kidnaps young children to steal their dreams. One (Ron Perlman), a former whale hunter who is as strong as a horse, sets forth to search for Denree, his little brother who was kidnapped by Krank's men. Helped by young Miette (Judith Vittet), he soon arrives in La Cite des Enfants Perdus (The City of Lost Children)
the feel of this film is very film festivaly and has a very grimy dark style to it, I suggest watching it with the subtitles more then the dub.. to me the dub is a bit clumsy far as the voices matching the characters.
The familial bond between the two main characters, Miette and One, is one of the film's most controversial aspects. Arguably, their relationship borders on the romantic, making some viewers aghast because of Judith Vittet's young age. In the film's commentary, even actor Ron Perlman was reportedly uncomfortable with the topic. However, in an interview with Caro and Jeunet, both filmmakers admit that, while the film could be interpreted as a love story, any sexual connotations were "unconscious on the part of the little girl... And with us, too! It was while we were editing that we realized [the sexual aspect]!" For these reasons, the film has been compared to Luc Besson's film, Leon The Professional, in which a young girl (Natalie Portman) develops romantic feelings for a much older hitman (Jean Reno). However, Jeunet announced that, while their own movie could, at times, be seen as romantic, they had not intended it to be similar to Besson's film.
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I'd have to say this is a BRILLIANT concept film with warmth and beauty.
Emotionally withdrawn Joel Barish (Jim Carrey) and dysfunctional free spirit Clementine Kruczynski (Kate Winslet) strike up a relationship on a Long Island Rail Road train from Montauk, New York. They are inexplicably drawn to each other, despite their radically different personalities.
Although they apparently do not realize it at the time, Joel and Clementine are in fact former lovers, now separated after having spent two years together. After a nasty fight, Clementine hired the New York City firm Lacuna, Inc. to erase all her memories of their relationship. (The term "lacuna" means a gap or missing part; for instance, lacunar amnesia is a gap in one's memory about a specific event.) Upon discovering this, Joel was devastated and decided to undergo the procedure himself, a process that takes place while he sleeps.
As his memories are erased, Joel finds himself revisiting them in reverse. Upon seeing happier times of his relationship with Clementine from earlier in their relationship, he realizes that he still loves her and struggles to keep her in other parts of him memory's..
this film is undoubtedly Romantic and at some parts very sad...but i think it mite be my fav "dream movie"
If any one knows of another great dream films please post them with info i would love to watch now great films:)
P.S. I would have put the original nightmare on elm street on here but i just don't know how I feel about that film yet I'll have to watch it again..