Bram Stoker's Dracula
- 2 hr 7 min
Loosely based off of the original film with the same title, this version of Bram Stoker's Dracula is much more terrifying. Dracula, played by Gary Oldman, decides to make a deal with evil forces after having his love jump to her death after the news of his alleged death in battle. He returns home only to find that the opposition has taken away his most prized possession, no matter the lengths of conquer he was able to reach. Many years have passed, and a lawyer by the name of Johnathan Harker, played by Keanu Reeves, is assigned to visit the Count's homeland of Transylvania in order to finalize the paperwork for the Count's move to England. It is soon after that Harker finds that he is not a guest, but a captive against his will. Not only is his life being held at Dracula's decision, but his love Mina, played by Winona Ryder, is the object of the Count's affection. She holds a striking resemblance to his lost love, who he feels has returned to him in her form. With Harker captive, Dracula makes his way to England in pursuit of his desires. While feeding off of other women, the town enlists the assistance of Van Helsing, played by Anthony Hopkins in hopes of defeating him. Once Harker is able to escape the clutches of the she vampires, he is able to join forces with the town in hopes of saving his love's life and their future marriage. Bram Stoker's Dracula is adored for its captivating special effects and portrayal of this legendary tale. Francis Ford Coppola's rendition of this horror classic lives up to its name without any question. There are many scenes that depict violence and those of a sexual nature, so parental advisory is strongly cautioned for the duration of the film's entirety.