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Dreamer: The Movie (2004)

Not Rated | | Drama | 31 December 2004 (USA)
Kevin Russell dreams of producing a movie, but when the the ball starts to roll, he finds that it can be difficult to choose artistically telling his story over producing a product for the masses.


George A. Johnson


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Credited cast:
Ben Johnson ... Kevin Russell
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Julie Gallivan Julie Gallivan ... Bad Actress
Lindy Hynes Lindy Hynes ... Grandpa
Alexa James ... Gina Eastman (as Jeni Varnadeau)
George A. Johnson ... Angry Boss
Judy Johnson Judy Johnson ... Bingo hostess
Samantha Lee Samantha Lee ... Maggie Burgess
Trevor Lee Trevor Lee ... Jeff
Keaton McLaughlin Keaton McLaughlin ... Young Tyler
Jacob Noorman Jacob Noorman ... Tyler
Greg Patten Greg Patten ... Mr. Jefferson
Chris Paul Chris Paul ... News Anchor
Donald Pierce ... Janitor
Chris Pisano Chris Pisano ... Reporter
Rob Ray Rob Ray ... Hudson


Arguably the world's first YouTube-style feature film to be released in theaters, "DREAMER: The Movie" was shot entirely on common video equipment. Designed from the ground up to be different, "DREAMER: The Movie" is saturated with hidden stories and unexplained mental mysteries. Their interpretation is left up to you - if you can find them! Written by Anonymous

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Sometimes The Best Tools For Achieving Your Dreams Are The Ones That You Have Available. See more »




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Maggie Burgess: Don't you sort of feel like you're invading their marriage? I mean look at Garrett. If it's just acting, why's he so stressed?
Kevin Russell: I don't know, but I do know that married people do a lot more than kiss in movies, and they don't express having any problem with it.
Maggie Burgess: Hollywood is the divorce capital of the world.
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Dreamer Rocks the Hollywood Boat
28 April 2005 | by julie_galSee all my reviews

Ever been to a movie where by the time you've watched the first ten minutes you know how it will end? Okay, have you ever watched one where you haven't? This is the one. Best movie of the year. It was an intellectually stimulating ride that left me exhilarated about life when it was over. When the lights come on it takes a few minutes to recover from the euphoria. Everyone in the audience looks around and feels a renewed, strong sense of brotherhood and belonging (a lot like you feel when you're a kid and don't have any connection to society values based on SES.) I can't explain the ride in words; you need to see it yourself.

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31 December 2004 (USA) See more »

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Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA See more »


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$23,500 (estimated)
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Allegory Pictures See more »
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