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Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992)

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0103874/

Alternate Title(s):Dracula
Year Filmed:1991
Director:Francis Ford Coppola
Writers:Bram Stoker (novel)
James V. Hart (screenplay)
Runtime:128 min
Watch:Trailer
Articles:Focus: 'Bram Stoker's Dracula'
Tagged 'Bram Stoker's Dracula'
Gary OldmanDracula
Winona RyderMina Murray / Elisabeta
Anthony HopkinsProfessor Abraham Van Helsing
Keanu ReevesJonathan Harker
Richard E. GrantDr. Jack Seward
Cary ElwesLord Arthur Holmwood
Bill CampbellQuincey P. Morris
Sadie FrostLucy Westenra
Tom WaitsR.M. Renfield
Monica BellucciDracula's Bride
Michaela BercuDracula's Bride
Florina KendrickDracula's Bride
Jay RobinsonMr. Hawkins
I.M. HobsonHobbs
Laurie FranksLucy's Maid

Summary

Vampires.

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Reviews

silver
The movie is fine (2018-02-11 12:24:16)


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It has been a while since I've seen this one, but I'm going to write a review anyway.


The movie is fine. Gary Oldman is a beast at acting, so him as Dracula is a smooth and easy choice. Winona Ryder didn't stick out for good or bad in this, so her Mina was fair. Another acting beast, Anthony Hopkins could sleepwalk his way through a role, and it would be a better performance than many. Cary Elwes did his thing. Anyway, all around good cast.
As for Keanu Reeves for Jonathan Harker...
The situation is this, Harker should have been slightly older. Keanu looked, sounded, and seemed too young for this role. It made everyone else (excluding Winona) seem like a seasoned vet, and Reeves a young high school student in the school play version of Dracula. This isn't true for Reeves abilities as an actor.
Some of the shots were really good in some parts, but somewhat boring in others. Costumes for Vlad/Dracula were great. The pace was fair, and the music fit well.

I do recommend seeing this movie once or twice to someone who hasn't seen it yet.

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