Dolan's Cadillac is one of the lousier Stephen King films. His books can be complex even in short form and they are easily spoiled by screen adaptations. The story is taken from his Nightmares And Dreamscapes collection and was made by a television director. It's not his fault that Dolan's Cadillac doesn't work though. In short form it would have made for a decent hour-long episode of a tv show... Hell, there was even a 13 part series called Nightmares & Dreamscapes! Anyhow, it's a basic revenge movie. Wes Bentley is a man who seeks vengeance for the murder of his wife. She was witness to a gangland murder and executed in turn. Christian Slater plays the title character of Dolan, a mobster invested in the sex-traffic trade. It could have been handled better and certainly a lot grittier. I'm thinking of flicks like Death Sentence, The Brave One and Death Wish. With the right aesthetic and toned down performances this could have been something else. Unfortunately it nose dives to the muddy depths of lesser King adaptations.