Overall Rank: 4276
Average Rating: 2.6/4
# of Ratings: 163
Theatrical Release Date: 02/27/1987
Genre: Horror, Thriller
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Chuck Russell
Actors: Heather Langenkamp, Robert Englund, Craig Wasson, Patricia Arquette, Ken Sagoes, Rodney Eastman
Plot: Nancy Thompson is back, but this time to help some troubled teens fight back against Freddy and his razor hands.
Quick Movie Reviews
Roberto DaCritic - wrote on 02/09/2018
This is one of the best horror sequels to a horror masterpiece! Nancy Thompson returns to help troubled teens battle Freddy Krueger, using dream powers. Fun characters, interesting deaths, and nice story.
Matthew Brady - wrote on 02/02/2014
Nancy Thompson is back, but this time to help some troubled teens fight back against Freddy and his razor hands. This movie is enjoyable and cool to watch.
Snoogans - wrote on 03/16/2011
Best of all the sequels. There are some truly great genre moments in here.
Full Movie Reviews
Delorted - wrote on 03/26/2008
When Nancy Thompson (Heather Langenkamp) begins work at a mental facility for kids who have been having terrible dreams involving Freddy Krueger (Robert Englund), she realizes that she needs to help them get rid of the evil spirit once and for all in “A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors.”
I enjoyed the first. I thought the story was much better in the second (though I've watched it since writing my review and, even though I won't rewrite it, I think I rated it a bit high). Then here's the third one. This is the first of the movies to have the comical feel that has plagued the series since. All of the death scenes are ridiculous and idiotic, as well as some of the characters.
The writing doesn't seem to stay consistent with the deaths. People die in the strangest ways, …
Matthew Sanchelli - wrote on 08/24/2007
I guess they knew they had to redeem themselves after Part II.
This did a great job.
Freddy gets some personality and becomes the witty smart-ass we've all come to know and love.
The deaths are creative and particular to each character (for the most part).
And who could argue with people finally realizing that these are dreams and within them, anything can be possible (it's almost like The Matrix year ahead in it's time). And get this....Lawrence Fishburne was in this movie too.....coincidence??????????
I would have liked to see the characters utilize their "dream powers" a bit more. Though not too shabby for '87. If they were to do this movie now.....I think the computer artists would be busy thinking up cool ass stuff.
Plus, this movie introduces items and …
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