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A Nightmare On Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987)
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A Nightmare On Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987)

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Discovering a great power that can help her in destroying the evil demon, Freddy Kruger, that chases children in their nightmares and kills many, Nancy, who survived from his evil, and works as a psychiatrist, as she helps a group of children suffer from his attack, based on the power of Kristin that can damage him.
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September 13, 2013

Somehow A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors has always been just a bit more enjoyable than the typical horror sequel.
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October 13, 2011

It's a shame this is about as good as it got for the series...
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April 28, 2008

Freddy is a vital killer who brings a sense of creepy fun to his demented work - moviegoers actually like the guy. The nightmares themselves are another reason for the series' success.
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October 09, 2008

The burn-faced night stalker simply doesn't make the impression here as he did in the former two installments
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October 19, 2010

...the mental-hospital setting [is] certainly a refreshing change from the suburban atmosphere that dominated the first two films.
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January 01, 2000

While it's better than its predecessor, it's still not quite up to its inspiration.
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January 26, 2006

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.
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April 28, 2008

Arguably the most imaginative of the horror franchise, with a fair number of truly resonant scenes.
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August 30, 2004

The film's dream sequences are ingenious, and they feature some remarkable nightmare images and special effects.
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April 28, 2008

First-time director Russell sustains the legend's success with the help of a workable plot and some first-rate special effects.
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January 01, 2000

This is filmmaking by the numbers, without soul.
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April 28, 2008

Debuting director Chuck Russell elicits poor performances from most of his thesps, making it difficult to differentiate between pic's comic relief and unintended howlers.
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