Atom User Reviews for Field of Dreams 30th Anniversary (1989) presented by TCM
And yes, I cried. great Movie
we did not see the whole movie because the AMC theater had technical issues. we should be refunded our money.
a movie with excellent acting, script, cinematography and story. one can get multiple meanings from it.
This was one of the greatest movies I've seen. The cast was wonderful and I just loved it!
What a great Father's Day experience watching a movie from my childhood with my father. Too bad the theater didn't know the very basics of their job requirements, like starting the movie on time, turning the lights off, showing coming attractions, turning the music off while the movie is playing, going from a black screen to 15 minutes into the movie, rewinding the movie in full view, and my favorite, not turning the volume up. All of this was experienced by myself and my dad . Come on guys, please do better for $14 a ticket.
This was one of my dad's favorite movies, and I've watched it hundreds of times, over the years. I didn't get to see it with him on the big screen, but something tells me he was with me this time.
Awesome idea to put this in theaters for Father's Day. We usually catch a baseball game on Father's Day, but the home team was not in town. This was the next best thing.
Was is and always will be the best.
I am a retired coach and school admin. My wife and I took another retired coach and school administrator who had never seen the movie. Well worth time and effort to get them there!
love this movie. if you've never seen it go see it you won't be disappointed..
I love this movie, it's very inspiring. How many people would have that kind of faith? How could you not feel good after seeing this movie? It's one of my favorites.
Great Movie 👍
Without the distractions you get watching at home the beauty and purity of the story shine through. A timeless magical movie.
Wonderful presentation whether you’ve seen the movie or not. So glad for the experience!
It's Costner's eye-on-the-ball exuberance that carries Dreams past its often mechanical aesthetic paces.
This is the kind of movie Frank Capra might have directed, and James Stewart might have starred in - a movie about dreams.
Despite a few wrong turns early on, the movie gathers graceful momentum and heads straight to the warm heart of the book - that fond spot located just on the safe side of sentimentality, a feel- good place that doesn't leave any feel-stupid fallout.