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Cassandra's Dream

Rated PG-13 for thematic elements, some sexual material and brief violence.

PG-13 In Theaters 01/18/2008 , 105min.
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May 22, 2008
Woody Allen has topped Match Point with this great movie. Excellent cast and great story well directed. Thanks Woody
May 22, 2008
we've been waiting for a new flick from woody...loved it...redeems the ending of "crimes and misdemeanors"...can't wait to get the dvd and see it again...everyone in the theatre seemed to like it...alot of gasping at the end...fabulous fun...DON"T MISS IT...
May 22, 2008
I kept looking at my watch for when it was going to be over.I love Woody Allen movies, but he should stick to [dark or light] comedy.I was hoping something was going to happen. At the very least kill the main characters to get it over with.
May 22, 2008
This was an edge-of-your-seat psychological thrill ride from beginning to end. Don't miss it!
May 22, 2008
No big deal. I,m not a Woody Allen fan but did enjoy Match Point so thats why i went to see this movie[not film].I would eve think twice before i rent it on DVD which should be out soon.Dissapointed-----------Bill Petitte

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Claudia Puig
USA Today
Farrell is quite good, though it's hard to buy the Scottish McGregor and the Irish Farrell as brothers. But mostly, the film feels rudderless, almost as if it's been directed on autopilot. Full Review
Dana Stevens
Cassandra's Dream is not unredeemably bad. MacGregor and Farrell hack away at their implausible dialogue with admirable intensity (though when Terry starts to descend into mental illness, Farrell touches his limits as an actor). Full Review
Derek Elley
Like a tragic overture played at the wrong tempo and slightly off-key, Woody Allen's London-set Cassandra's Dream sends out more mixed signals than an inebriated telegraphist. Full Review
Desson Thomson
Washington Post
Instead of offering a perspective that, at the very least, laments a world where the flow of money hurts otherwise good people, Allen simply pushes the movie into an uncertain sinkhole between morality play and black comedy. Full Review
James Berardinelli
This is a lame psychological thriller with an obvious story trajectory. It's a wannabe film noir with no atmosphere whatsoever. Full Review

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