Dragonfly Movie Review 2002

Information and Film Reviews for Dragonfly the Movie

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I see dead performances. Cheesy, self-gratifying supernatural snorer has Costner as Chicago's dour ER doctor Joe Darrow, righteously widowed when his doctor wife bites the dust tending to the poor in Venezuela, while pregnant, no less. Unable to accept her death, Darrow is convinced she's trying to contact him from Beyond as he receives a series of cryptic messages, some from the children in his wife's pediatric oncology ward. Darrow's talking parrot provides some of the sillier scenes in this slow-paced, must-miss melodrama. Bates as the neighbor manages to liven up her scenes, anyway. Director Shadyac ("Patch Adams") certainly didn't want his lead here displaying any of his other doctor's kid-loving antics, and glum and glummer Costner is a dutiful downer as he pumps the kids in the ward for info about his dead wife.


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Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 103 minutes.
Originally from United States.

Cast and Crew

Death & the Afterlife, Doctors & Nurses, Chicago, Ghosts, Ghouls, & Goblins, Widows & Widowers
David Seltzer, Brandon Camp, Mike Thompson
Kevin Costner, Joe Morton, Susanna Thompson, Ron Rifkin, Linda Hunt, Kathy Bates, Jay Thomas, Matt Craven, Robert Bailey, Lisa Banes, Jacob Smith
Dean Semler
Tom Shadyac
John Debney
Jose Antonio Garcia, Don Zimmerman, Jim Nedza, Judy Ruskin Howell, Linda DeScenna
Mark Johnson, Tom Shadyac, Roger Birnbaum, Gary Barber, Spyglass Entertainment, Universal Pictures

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