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The actor turned professional wrestler speaks to Huck about returning from the brink of death, running into bar brawls, and ketamine therapy. Following the release of a new film documenting the actor's eventful foray into professional wrestling, Arquette speaks to Huck about returning from the brink of death, running into bar brawls, and ketamine therapy. On top of the horse, looking forlorn, the actor — best known for his role in the Scream film franchise — is in the middle of transitioning to become a professional wrestler.

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Dream with the Fishes Hide Spoilers. One is suicidal Arquette and one is terminally ill Hunt. With a premise like that the flick could have taken any of several directions from hard core action to a powerful psychodrama to a sensitive examination of mutual doom. However, this unfortunate film, which does get off to a good start with Hunt carrying the load, lags around the middle and then turns into sheer boredom as it wanders aimlessly toward its own expiration.

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This is a quirky dark comedy about two young men who meet under unlikely circumstances. One is a lonely, depressed guy who spends his time spying on the neighbors. The other suffers from an unspecified life-threatening illness.

At first I was completely absorbed in the odd story and quirky characters. The dialogue on the bridge was priceless. But I gradually lost interest in the story and characters. I found it difficult to maintain a connection with the characters, and a lot of the humor and dialogue seemed a bit forced.

This was a great movie! Finn Taylor and Jeffrey D. Brown easily should have been up there accepting an Oscar.

This movie is everything, funny, serious, edgy, philosophical, realistic! Great camera work and lighting capture the edgy moments, and the soundtrack totally kicks. Wow, I can't rave about this movie enough! If you thought Blair Witch was unrealistic and are looking for something thought provoking and different, check this one out. You won't be disappointed. I've finally had the chance to watch this lost indie gem, having wanted to do it for almost ten years, since I read a brief review about it on a Brazilian magazine.

It was worth the wait, and I wish more people had at least heard about this film. Finn Taylor who recently directed the disappointing "The Darwin Awards" co-wrote and directed the bizarre story of Terry David Arquettea suicidal voyeur who's saved by Nick Brad Hunta terminally ill man, as he's about to david off a bridge.

Nick offers Terry a weird shirtless Terry will help him fulfill some of his fantasies before he dies, and in return, Nick will either make Terry arquette beneficiary of his life insurance, or David Arquette is not the comic relief he usually plays, here. His Terry is pathetic, depressed and a little ditzy, but ultimately humane and believable.

Brad Hunt is a delight to watch as Nick, and it makes you wonder why didn't he become a bigger name. The soundtrack is fantastic and eclectic. Even though we've seen similar stories before, the chemistry of Arquette and Hunt and the witty script makes "Dream with the Fishes" quite above the average. David Arquette can actually act!

BloodTheTelepathicDog 11 December shirtless I was never very fond of David, and just referred to him as Rosanna's goofy brother, but he gives an amazing heart-felt performance, in this, one of the best pictures ever made. This is a wonderful male bonding film, with valuable life lessons, that finds unbridled wildchild Nick Huntwho is terminally ill, scams Terry Arquette out of committing suicide. Nick lives out his final days with a reckless abandon, dragging the terminally square Terry along for the ride.

Along the way, Terry finds the passion to live again. A complete masterpiece! Patrick McGaw, J. E Freeman and Kathryn Erbe were all brilliant in supporting roles, and Brad Hunt was perfectly cast alongside Arquette. Rarely does a film come out that is so compelling, witty, dark and surreal than this gem. Highly recommend to buy rather than rent. It's a strange little movie, continually shifting focus, at the end perhaps not amounting to much more than a whimsical playing with odd offbeat lives, but generally quite appealing: some of the davids - like that of a general malaise trying to elevate itself by identification shirtless a specific loss - are particularly intriguing.

The evocative title sums up the generally lilting approach toward dreams and fantasies and self-definitions, although the movie as a whole is arquette many ways oriented more towards grunginess and weirdness, almost verging on exploitation at times.

A major reservation must attach to the marginality of the women - Erbe has some very striking moments, but her agenda and feelings aren't explored much. On the david, not distinctive enough to stick around particularly in one's memory. David Arquette's finest hour drosse67 20 October Which really isn't saying much, I suppose. But in this film, he actually ACTS, instead of his usual mugging. The premise of this movie intrigued me--a suicidal guy makes arquette strange pact with a terminally ill guy--and the first half is bizarre and wonderful.

In the end, it got to be a bit drawn-out, and the marriage by the bedside was a little too contrived for my taste. But I wondered what happened to Cathy Moriarty and the girl from Rich in Love the one with the black hair ; they must be pretty picky as they don't get many roles. This film was unique enough to hold my attention and those who liked Buffalo 66 will probably eat it up.

Another strange performance from character actor J. Freeman to boot. David and Brad Brandy 27 May What a interesting little movie.

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I enjoyed it. I just wish it wasn't in that stupid letter box form. I never understood letter box. You can't see the entire screen and what is going on. When Brad Hunt woof is naked which is quite a bityou can't see much, except in long shots. This movie had everything in it. And I bet, a lot of you wish you could just take off and do whatever the hell you fantasized about in a couple of days. JohnLeeT 10 April This odd movie is completely stolen by a brilliant supporting performance by Kathryn Erbe and once she appears on screen, it's simply her picture.

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It is a really wonderful piece of work and admirers of her television work will find it a true treat. While she has done some very fine motion picture work, especially memorably in Kiss of Death and Rich in Love, it the tragic-comic turn here that completely overwhelms her fellow cast members. Not a great movie but because of Kathryn Erbe's delightful and moving work, it is well worth your time. Since this review has been judged too short, I would just like to comment that her work in Law and Order: Criminal Intent is excellent and it was quite rewarding indeed to see her give a great performance reprising her role as Eames on some Special Victims Unit episodes.

JesNollie 17 July This is a very funny, very touching movie about learning to live, and to die. The entire cast is very good, but David Arquette is amazing. Alternately funny and pitiful, and often both, as he learns how to live again from a man who is dying. A very wonderful and unique film.

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Sebastian 15 July Off course this movie hasn't got the most original story. It has similarities with films like Harold and Maude, Freeway or Mad love. But despite of the fact that it isn't original, it still shirtless in my opinion a beautiful little gem. I'm glad I had the opportunity to see this david Movman 22 August I hope you are all as tired as I am of seeing the same repetition of trite films that we are bombarded with. Your local blockbuster new release wall is a shrine full of such poor excuses for film making.

When you have a medium so rich and so full of posibilites it is sad to have to suffer through such recycled garbage or non stop toilet humor. Arquette film does neither. This is a movie that for a change explores something that should be meaningful to all of us, life.