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A Nightmare On Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors Torrent
The third Nightmare continues Freddy's story with the sole survivor of the first movie, Nancy Thompson. Nancy has just accepted a position as a research scientist at a pschiatric institution near the fated house on Elm Street and is working with a group of children who all share nightmares of Freddy. She discovers that one of the children (Kristen) has a special gift which may help them destroy Freddy forever.
A psychiatrist familiar with knife-wielding dream demon Freddy Krueger helps teens at a mental hospital battle the killer who is invading their dreams.
For my money this is the best Elm Street sequel. The story has Nancy Thompson from the first Elm Street film now an adult and working at a psychiatric hospital where teenage patients are being stalked in their dreams by Freddy Krueger. One of these teenagers (Patricia Arquette in her film debut) has a special gift that becomes the key in defeating Freddy once and for all (or at least until the next sequel). Nightmare 3 has a lot going for it. It has the return of Heather Langenkamp as Nancy, a smart script written by Wes Craven, a memorable theme song by '80s metal band Dokken, and some impressive dream set pieces. The movie also has more going on in the story department than just about all the other sequels put together. The teens here are interesting characters rather than the usual cardboard cutouts that are there just to annoy us until Freddy gleefully slaughters them. I actually liked most of these kids! That by itself is pretty amazing for a horror film, where unlikable supporting characters are the norm. As I said the script is great, as is the cast. In addition to Langenkamp, Arquette, and (of course) Robert Englund, the cast includes Craig Wasson, Jennifer Rubin, Rodney Eastman, Bradley Gregg, Laurence Fishburne, and John Saxon reprising his role from the first movie as Nancy's dad. Special mention for Ken Sagoes as the foul-mouthed tough kid, Kincaid. Chuck Russell's direction is solid, if not as stylish as Jack Sholder's work in part 2. That's about the only thing part 2 has over this one, believe me. As far as quality Elm Street movies go, there's this, the original, and maybe New Nightmare. Everything else is varying degrees of suck.
The third installment in the Elm Street series is one of the coolest in my opinion. Of course you cannot beat the original and by no means do I think it was better than the first. This one starts off with Kristin building a paper machea house of the original Elm Street house. After a failed "suicidal" attempt, Kristin is put into a mental hospital. Where she meets other teens that have struggled with nightmares. The hospital brings in Nancy, the girl from the original Nightmare, who helps the teens deal with their dreams. The coolest part of this when the teens enter their dreams they have special powers. The more to challenge Freddy with. There are plenty of great affects in this movie which are some of the greatest parts about viewing Nightmare movies. Plus, we have Freddy's great lines. He is a wise a$$. This movie also reveals many things about the overall story line, which is really cool.
A particularly nice touch is the ability of one of the teenagers to pull people into her dreams, allowing Langenkamp and the threatened kids to gang up against Freddie. The neat script also fills in a little more of the Freddie mythology, including a suitably tasteless account of his conception. A creepy score and Russell's sure grasp of the skewed logic of nightmares helps to sustain the ambiguity between the 'real' and 'dream' worlds, while Englund's Freddie now fits like a glove.
Jesse Walsh, the main protagonist of the second film, does not appear in any other film in the series so his final fate is unknown. However, Dr. Gordon mentions to Nancy that they "lost a kid" from their institute to another asylum and he cut off his own eyelids to stay awake from his dreams. Jesse seemed to still suffer the nightmares at the end of the sequel, so this implies that the "kid" may actually be Jesse Walsh, though this is never confirmed. Also, in the documenty 'Never Sleep Again", some of the people involved with the film express their ideas of what his fate was. The actor whom portray's him thinks he survived, or "he didn't go to burning man". Another person involved believes Freddy killed them all. In the end, it's left to the watcher to come up with their own ending for Jesse. 497e39180f
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