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Obi Xan Statham over 5 years ago
Quite a nice little mindbender.
Ally McCabe over 5 years ago
Wow. Just wow.
Ana McCabe over 7 years ago
it was kind of original but I loved it!!!!
Anne over 8 years ago
it was a good film, although maybe it is not an original plot, but I still loved it
Flo HM over 2 years ago
Miranda Wright almost 3 years ago
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Jeremias Klaus over 6 years ago
Juan Manuel over 6 years ago
Dream House is a 2011 American thriller film directed by Jim Sheridan and starring Daniel Craig, Rachel Weisz, Naomi Watts, and Marton Csokas. It was released on September 30, 2011 in the United States and Canada by Universal Pictures and Morgan Creek Productions to mostly bad reviews and poor box office numbers. Peter Ward (Daniel Craig) is a mental patient who recently left a psychiatric hospital and then a halfway house. Five years earlier, his wife, Libby, (Rachel Weisz) and daughters Trish and Dee Dee were murdered at their home. During the attack, Peter was shot in the head, and so he has no memories of the murders. Instead, he has created a fantasy world in which his wife and daughters are fine. In his fantasy, he is a successful book publisher named Will Atenton. This is where the movie begins, and the audience is led to believe that Atenton and his family are real, but of course, they are the figments of a mental patient's imagination. Peter moves back to his abandoned old...
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