If you want to spend some time with your family, don’t miss the premiere of this new film. Find out the details below.
El País de los Sueños is a unique production that promises to make a unique moment pass through the screen. The new film starring Jason Momoa is close to arriving at a streaming service. Check when it is released and on which platform to find it.
When does Dreamland arrive?
The film can be viewed on Netflix on November 18, 2022.
What is Netflix’s Dreamland about?
The official synopsis states the following: A girl searches for her missing father in a mystical dreamland with the help of a large half-man, half-monster creature.
Nemo (Marlow Barkley)will be the one who discovers a map on the secret world of dreams, that with the help of his strange friend Flip (Jason Momoa) -a nine-foot tall half-man, half-beast creature that has the ability to pierce through dreams, where he runs away from nightmares in the hope of returning to his missing father.
A new challenge for Jason Momoa
During a conversation with the people magazine, Jason expressed how striking it was to play Flip, earning a very positive view of the film. “I have to say, playing this role really unlocked a lot for me.”
In addition, the actor declares that he has seen the finished tape as a family. “In fact, I could already see it with my children, with Marlow and his family a few days ago. It’s rare that you end up crying when you see your own work. She blew my mind and made me very emotional. This character really let me be free and he’s so funny”.
What is the official cast of El País de Los Sueños?
Its main cast is made up of the following actors:
- Jason Momoa
- Marlow Barkley
- Chris O’Dowd
What are the criticisms of the film El País de Los Sueños?
“It’s all very garish and rather sloppily organized”
“A mildly entertaining fantasy that’s worth it only for its great cast”
- Marco Vito Oddo: Collider.
“Fans of McCay and classic comics: ‘Slumberland’ has almost nothing to do with what you like. Don’t watch it or if you do watch it, keep that in mind.”
- John DeFore: The Hollywood Reporter.
“Clearly, it’s built to be the ultimate TV franchise, and thankfully lacks the smugness that drowns out so many other kids’ movies.”
- Benjamin Lee: The Guardian.
“A confusing children’s movie that is so forgettable that when you see it you’ll think it was a dream.”
- David Ehrlich: IndieWire.
“Lawrence’s latest is fine if you don’t want to overthink it, and while it’s more flashy than deep, at least it’s engineered like a roller coaster.”
- Nick Allen: The Playlist.
“There’s no inspiration. And when a movie is about dreams, inspiration is the last thing that can be missing.”