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Fantastic movie from Tommy! probably one of the best since Forest Gump... the story is so touching that me and my wife end-up almost crying! I highly recommend this movie, you will miss half of your... Read more life if you failed to catch this masterpiece. I rate this 10/10.
it,s a bit of a tear Junker but its worth watching
A very enjoyable movie. Good quality acting that made it a very believable story even though it stretched your imagination a bit. I am a fan of Tom Hanks and he was very good in his role very well supported by the other actors.
This is one of the best stories/movies i have seen. Fantastic story line and just a beautiful movie, i would recommend to everyone.
Has to be in the top 10 favourite movies of all time, along with Shoreshank Redemption. Class, class, class. Tom Hanks is amaxing again (when is he not?). Get it out - today! Then you will probably... Read more go and buy it just so you can watch it again whenever you want...
A lovely story, very touching and moving! I'm not one for dramas but I really enjoyed watching this movie. A must watch!!
I read the books only days before catching this on TV. Excellent concept and touching until the end. One of those weird movies that make you feel confused in the end.
I had heard years ago that this was a good movie and to be honest I was totally captivated by it. I'm not one for any type of violence and went out of the room for the 3 executions but handled the... Read more rest no trouble. I thought it was going to be painfully slow to start with but I just got totally immersed in it and so did my husband although he was not keen to even watch it to start with!!
This movie made me cry at the end. Combined with faith and supernatural. This movie will not give you a dull moment.
Miracles happen in unexpected places, even in the death-row cell block at Cold Mountain Penitentiary. There John Coffey, a gentle giant of a prisoner with supernatural powers, brings a sense of spirit... Read more and humanity to his guards and fellow inmates. Tom Hanks leads a stellar ensemble (including Michael Clarke Duncan as Coffey) in this emotional, uplifting story of guards and captives; husbands and wives; prisoners and a remarkable mouse named Mr. Jingles; and, on another level, of a movie maker and his source. That filmmaker is Frank Darabont, who returns after his 1994 directorial debut The Shawshank Redemption to adapt another tale by Stephen King into a stirring, crowd-pleasing entertainment nominated for four Academy Awards, including Best Picture