Dream Scenario (2023)

  • Year: 2023
  • Released: 22 Nov 2023
  • Country: United States
  • Adwords: 10 nominations
  • IMDb: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt21942866/
  • Rotten Tomatoes: https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/dream_scenario
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  • Available in: 720p, 1080p,
  • Language: English
  • MPA Rating: R
  • Genre: Comedy, Horror
  • Runtime: 102 min
  • Writer: Kristoffer Borgli
  • Director: Kristoffer Borgli
  • Cast: Lily Bird, Nicolas Cage, Julianne Nicholson
  • Keywords: dark comedy, satire, psychological, dreams, cancel culture,
91% – Critics
68% – Audience

Dream Scenario Storyline

Nicolas Cage stars as Paul Matthews, a listless family man and tenured professor with an affinity for evolutionary biology and anxiety regarding his own anonymity. One day, he discovers he has begun to appear in other people’s dreams at an exponential rate. As in life, his presence in these dreams is banal and non-intrusive – he’s simply there, staring indifferently at the fantasies and nightmares of strangers. Nonetheless, he becomes an overnight celebrity, and is soon showered with the attention he has long been denied. But when Paul encounters a dreamer whose visions of him differ substantially from the norm, he finds himself grappling with the Faustian bargain of fame as his dream-selves start inexplicably becoming violent within their respective subconsciousnesses.—Studio

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Dream Scenario Movie Reviews

Another Nicholas Cage Movie!? How many are going to come out this year!?

Nick Cage goes completely bonkers again with Dream Scenario. Similar to Adaptation or The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent ,Cage plays a man who needs everyone to know how smart he is in a way that makes him unlikeable slightly, which makes it interesting when life happens to him and the world starts to intergrade him into their dreams for no known reason and it takes an unfair turn that gives a vivid reflection on culture and social media if you ask me.

It was an eye opener that made me laugh out loud because the metaphor on social commentary was just so dead on.

Greatest Nicolas Cage movie of the year and Reinfeld came out this same year (along with a lot of other Nicolas Cage movies actually)

Great look at fame

Dream Scenario is a really funny look at unexpected fame and how it’s impossible to control how others interpret it. A be careful what you wish for story that’s a lot stronger when primarily focusing on how fame changes a person than when it delves into cancel culture.

Uncomfortable with how his own image has been interpreted, Nicolas Cage is the ideal person for this. He plays the pitiful nature of Paul beautifully and brings none of the Cage rage he’s synonymous with, in a nice change of pace. The film also feels aware of Cage’s persona, understanding everything is funnier and weirder because it’s Nic Cage specifically.

Kristoffer Borgli’s direction really nails the dream sequences in particular. They’re very surreal (obviously), brief and when they start to turn into nightmares they really don’t hold back on the violence. It also has the second most hilariously awkward sex scene of recent memory, with Beau Is Afraid being number one which is so fitting since Ari Aster is a producer on this.

Original, hilarious and even touching

Quick Review: My biggest pet peeve in films is dream sequences (I don’t even love ‘Inception’ – don’t hurt me). However the way they are done in ‘Dream Scenario’ was perfect. This film was a blast.

Talk about getting everything out of a concept. The movie starts and you think, okay this is a lot of fun, but where are they going to go from here? Have no fear, they have plenty of tricks up their sleeves and the wild ride continues throughout.

The film is hilarious. It contained some of the biggest theatre laughs I’ve heard in a long time. But it’s more than that too. It actually gets quite touching and sad and has some real thought-provoking stuff going on. This was an excellent film. 8/10.