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The Green Mile DVD £3.00 @ Tesco Entertainment

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6y, 1w agoFound 6 years, 1 week ago
Director Frank Darabont, who made an acclaimed feature film debut with The Shawshank Redemption (1994), based on a Stephen King novel set in a prison, returns for a second feature, based on King's 1996 serialized novel set in a prison. In 1935, inmates at the Cold Mountain Correctional Facility call Death Row "The Green Mile" because of the dark green linoleum that tiles the floor. Paul Edgecomb (Tom Hanks) is the head guard on the Green Mile when a new inmate is brought into his custody: John Coffey (Michael Clarke Duncan), convicted of the sadistic murder of two young girls. Despite his size and the fearsome crimes for which he's serving time, Coffey seems to be a kind and well-mannered person who behaves more like an innocent child than a hardened criminal. Soon Edgecomb and two of his fellow guards, Howell (David Morse) and Stanton Barry Pepper), notice something odd about Coffey: he's able to perform what seem to be miracles of healing among his fellow inmates, leading them to wonder just what sort of person he could be, and if he could have committed the crimes with which he was charged. The Green Mile also stars James Cromwell as the warden; Michael Jeter, Sam Rockwell, and Graham Greene as inmates awaiting dates with the electric chair; and Harry Dean Stanton as a clever trustee. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
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#1
Hot - good film
#2
Great DVD
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This will never be the same film after watching Frankie Boyle's 'Tramadol Nights'.
#4
Gixxerman001
This will never be the same film after watching Frankie Boyle's 'Tramadol Nights'.

To you maybe

Stephen King's Green Mile however - book's brilliant, dvd great (even the audiobook was superb !)
#5
PhilK

Maybe you missed it? It was pretty funny.

Personally I've only seen the film & I hated the ending
(IIRC, it was a while back, the knew the guy was innocent & killed him anyway).
#6
Gixxerman001
PhilK

Maybe you missed it? It was pretty funny.

Personally I've only seen the film & I hated the ending
(IIRC, it was a while back, the knew the guy was innocent & killed him anyway).


Spoiler much?
#7
Frankie boyle's version is far superior to this.
#8
SmashInt

Spoiler much?

Oooops, I guess that was.......but it is an oldie now.
Anyways, my apologies if it did bug someone.

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