Dances With Wolves

Dances With Wolves

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Our best guess for you: 3.8 stars

Average of 711 ratings: 3.7 Stars

1990 M Contains Violence.

Assigned to an abandoned army post, Civil War hero Lieutenant John Dunbar (Kevin Costner) finds himself alone and beyond civilization. Only a wolf and some roving Sioux Indians provide distractions. Curiosity and survival force Dunbar into the Indian camp where he develops a unique relationship with the Sioux. But as the military ruthlessly push west, the Indians' existence is threatened and Dunbar finds himself torn between two cultures.

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Duration
180 minutes

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Screen Format
1.78:1 Widescreen 16x9 Enhanced, NTSC
Zone
4
Audio
English Dolby Digital 5.1

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5 by muffman

one of the greatest most accurate movies ever made about american indians, the filming and landscape is incredible, it is probably the most detailed movie made about native americans, all the american... Read more

3.5 by Diana22

I'd never seen this one before, and had to wonder what I'd been missing! It was an educational insight into the ways of the American Indians, and to regret how the inevitable coming of the white man obliterated this culture.

5 by Romans

I have to write 50 characters to get my review posted, but really all I need to say is an absolute must!

5 by Karenh

Dances With Wolves is a wonderful movie and I always love watching it. It was great getting the DVD but as we enjoy this movie so often we think we will buy our own copy.

5 by addy

it's a stunning, moving, spectacular film and Kevin Costner is perfect in it. I love this film. It's one of the greats, and considering the obstacles that the film makers has to overcome it's incredible... Read more

4.5 by bibsy

Great educational movie I wondered why I had never seen it before yet heard so much about it. Bring back Kevin Costner!

4 by pukelicious

A very good movie especially when you have Kevin Costner acting in it!! Loved the connection learnt between himself and the Indian Tribe, heck as well as the Wolf...Had to love his horse, very clever, hehe...Enjoy

5 by Tablet

This movie is one of my all time favourites and it gets me every time, the way the Sioux Indians are portrayed is similar yet not as brutal as their portrayal in the movie "a man called horse". Would... Read more

4 by Julie57

A friend complains this is a slow movie, but that is what I like about it. I would be interested to know how accurate the portrayal of the Indians is ? Where is Kevin Costner today?