Summary: This movie drew a lot of flak from the director and the actors (including Craig and Weisz, who essentially did zero promotion for the film) following a trailer that gives too much away and some questionable editing by Morgan Creek.
Excerpt: I never saw the trailer, so I wasn't aware of the mid-point twist, and it did catch me a bit off guard. Too bad the final reveal is a bit rushed and, well, not exactly ludicrous but not very good.
Summary: Am I the only one that really liked this movie? Am I the only one that thought it was insanely clever, with a sick double-twist ending? Maybe not, but from the other reviews it seems like I'm one of the few!
Excerpt: A successful publisher Will Atenton (Daniel Craig) quits his high paying job in New York City to relocate with his lovely wife, Libby (Rachel Weisz), and his two cute little girls to a beautiful house in the suburbs but as they settle into their new life, they discover a grisly murder took place in...
Summary: a decent movie - if i was to describe it id say it was a cross between The others starring nicole kidman and sixth sence the bruce willis movie . and a few others. it was more spooky than scary , nice to see daniel craig in a unusual role.
Excerpt: I read alot of bad reviews about this movie. The trailer looked ok to me (even with the twist revealed). So I figures I'd give it a shot. I was surprised that I liked it. Sure it wasn't totally original, but how many of those do we actually get these days.
Summary: A movie that tries to be a creepy psychological thriller, but in its attempt to be original tries way too hard and as a result, delivers an implausible plot and a story that doesn't make a lot of sense. There are a few creepy moments but the last 10 minutes just are too much to believe.
Summary: In New York, the successful editor Will Atenton (Daniel Craig) quits his job in the GPH Publishers to move to the suburb New Ashford and dedicate more time to his beloved wife Libby (Rachel Weisz) and his daughters Trish (Taylor Geare) and DeeDee (Claire Geare) and to start writing a novel.
Summary: The previews and commercials for Dream House led one to believe it was a horror film, it is not, not at all. I think that is where a lot of the disappointment is coming from. It is a pretty good thriller, once you get used to the fact that that is what you are watching.