Synopsis

Academy Award® nominee Margot Robbie (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood) "is fantastic" (Indiewire) in this "dazzling" (Hollywood Reporter) love story set amidst America's struggle during the Great Depression. Eugene Evans (Finn Cole, "Peaky Blinders") dreams of escaping his small Texas town when he discovers a wounded, fugitive bank robber (Robbie). Torn between claiming the bounty for her capture and his growing attraction to the seductive criminal, Eugene must make a decision that will forever affect the lives of everyone he's ever loved. Travis Fimmel (Warcraft), Kerry Condon (Avengers: Infinity War), Darby Camp ("Big Little Lies"), and Lola Kirke (American Made) also star in this "beautifully shot coming-of-age story" (Indiewire).

Director

Miles Joris-Peyrafitte

Cast

Finn Cole
as Eugene Evans
Margot Robbie
as Allison Wells
Travis Fimmel
as George Evans
Kerry Condon
as Olivia Evans
Darby Camp
as Phoebe Evans
Lola Kirke
as Phoebe Evans (voice)
Pab Schwendimann
as Peter Tade

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by idrismovloodi 6 /10

Good Actors But poor story and directing

The actors are very good, but the story of the film was not interesting. It is strange that during the film, Margo Robbie could not even walk due to a foot injury, but in the last sequence, the sequence in the forest, she somehow escaped as if she were a track and field champion.😄

Reviewed by whitetowel-74786 3 /10

Margot hits the lowbrow highway.

With 'new' movie pickings obviously being slim this year thanks to covid, Dreamland was one oft-delayed flick I was really looking forward to checking out. Sadly, it's yet another in a long line of major 2020 filmatic disappointments.

The always wonderful Margot Robbie and some decent depression-era set cinematography are the only saving graces for this tedious, slow-moving affair that contains more plot holes than Swiss cheese, though i will refrain from divulging any spoilers for those who want to check it out.

Like an injured bird, the meandering plot just never takes flight and sadly what could've been an exciting, fast paced crime-come-road movie in the same rich vein as Bonnie and Clyde, Badlands and Road to Perdition ends up being a total snoozefest more akin to watching tarmac dry on a cold wet highway.

You know, after this letdown I can honestly say over the past couple of years I can't even remember the last time I saw a movie that actually blew me away. Regardless of the pandemic, Hollywood has clearly lost its way, in much the same way as Dreamland did after the first few minutes. The drought contnues...

Reviewed by hazemalaref 4 /10

Booooring

That went the most 2020 boring movie ..... ... ..... ..... .....

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