Bram Stoker's Dracula

1992

Action / Fantasy / Horror / Romance

232
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 79%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 80%
IMDb Rating 7.5 10 162459

Synopsis


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Cast

Monica Bellucci as Dracula's Bride
Keanu Reeves as Jonathan Harker
Winona Ryder as Mina Murray / Elisabeta
Gary Oldman as Dracula
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751.40 MB
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23.976 fps
2hr 8 min
P/S 2 / 29
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23.976 fps
2hr 8 min
P/S 7 / 69

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by lamegabyte 10 / 10

Movie > the dog and brides of DraculaXXX

It's really a surprise to review a Coppola movie as an erotic, arousing production but the fact it is.

Sure it's not as graphic as Showgirls but in a sense, it comes farther but with such maestria in the making that it's almost subliminal. In that light, it's a true erotic (master)piece because nothing is shown but everything is suggested!

In addition, the vampire figure is deeply sexual (seduction, kiss, pushing tools) but we'll see that there is more here!

I watched this movie at its release with my family and even today on TV, everything happens so fast that you don't really have the time to realize. But your brain recorders everything and stores the data for later. As my #69 babes prove it, sometimes your desire finds its roots in some long forgotten past.

So here i'm pretty sure that i have noticed the extraordinary sexual appeal of La Bellucci (then totally unknown) which explains my hot passion for her starting in 1997 (then just a little bit famous): In fact, she was on my list for a long time before dropping it because honestly, she can't act with clothes and talks (except if you like 0 tension, apathetic girl).

And for sure, my brain enjoyed the incredible Lucy! Her Werewolf action is just totally unexpected, gross but also deeply allegorical: this sort of bestial, wild, blind sex (see also Dante's Howling and again werewolves) can really happen and this total surrender is hot stuff. In that way, this Lucy recalls me the future Lexi Belle (#45)!

Anyway, all the talents are gathered in the movie: wardrobe, sets, music, cast... those old tricks effects, baroque vision and inspired editing really makes a gothic lovestory: Coppola did it once again!

Reviewed by DanLCL 9 / 10

The movie is better than the book

Ok , so I read the book, and found it not as scary or mysterious as the movie.In my oppinion those who read the book and say it was way better than the movie, are actually hipsters.The book was not scary at all...could read it inside a cemetery in pitch black darkness.

Reviewed by David del Real 10 / 10

Dracula: a 9.6 but not a 10++.

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A 9.6 but not a 10++.

I am giving ten well deserved stars to this version of Dracula as it is without any doubt the best adaptation of the Abraham (Bram) Stoker´s book to the big screen. Nonetheless, it´s a 9.5 or 9.6 star movie that become ten when you round and not a 10+ or 10++ because if this movie has any defect at all is that in the moments when Dracula does not appear, the tension falls dramatically, which is also applicable to some moments when Dracula appears in his human form during daytime; and it is actually a defect that it maybe shares with the book it came from. Nevertheless, I think that this wasn´t necessarily a defect 100 and something years ago when Stoker wrote his novel, as life was slower in those days and there was no TV, movies or internet. Actually if you ever read the first chapter of the original Bram Stoker´s Dracula, you will be amazed how in some few pages, the author teaches you a little bit of many things at the same time that he tells you the first part of the story. He teaches you a little bit of gastronomy, a little bit of geography, a little bit of mythology and even a little bit of German and other languages. Nonetheless, when the story advances you keep wanting less details and more action.



Thanks for reading.

IMDb Review written by David del Real.

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