It's online here:
hmmm, I can't get this embed code to work, but the film is online at the link above.
Moria gives it 2 1/2 stars and says,
it is only when one has read the book that the film’s clumsiness becomes more apparent. It’s greatest crime is in the trivialization of all the book’s issues – be they Kurt Vonnegut’s dark irony, the very real tragedy of the bombing of Dresden, or the Tralfamadorian secret of happy life.
The New York Times says it
is a wild, noisy, sometimes very funny film that eventually becomes as unstuck in its own exuberance as its hero, Billy Pilgrim, the Illium, N. Y., optometrist, is unstuck in time.