Another contributing post requires another reblog! Have I mentioned how thankful I am for this particular Blogathon and its host? This was definitely a challenging one, since I’ve seen it a few times, but it was one I couldn’t pass up! Enjoy the post!
For the next review today of Misery (1990), here’s Steven of Past Present Future TV and Film with his thoughts on it.
Book adaptations are hard enough as it is, but when there’s a certain emotional level that needs to be achieved, it may be even more difficult. Bringing to life certain elements may seem easy to do, but if not handled the correct way, the desired effect will not be achieved.
The Columbia Pictures film “Misery”, somehow still manages to bring out a fully engrossing and crazy experience.
This psychological thriller stars James Caan (upcoming “Wuthering High”, “The Outsider”), Kathy Bates (“American Horror Story”, “Mike & Molly”), Richard Farnsworth (“The Straight Story”, “Comes a Horseman”), Frances Sternhagen (“And So It Goes”, “The Closer”), and Lauren Bacall (“The Forger”, “Ernest & Celestine”).
The film was directed by Rob Reiner (“The Story of Us”, “Ghosts of Mississippi”) and written…
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