Cujo
  Fan submitted reviews of Cujo (Movie):
 
 
Posted By: Bill - November 27th, 2012 12:11:04 pm EST

I have never seen the movie - I always think that the written word is much more powerful, as it works on the imagination! Maybe one day ... it is a really great story.

 
 
Posted By: Bailey - June 14th, 2012 1:19:12 pm EDT

King's worst book gets a movie adaption????? No! Seriously, save your time and make something like The Long Walk into a movie. MUCH better story!

 
 
Posted By: Melissa Genova - December 7th, 2011 8:06:07 pm EST

Cujo is the best of the best even when they get stranded at a destory protory in the farm where the car dosen't not start and the awful part of the movie where they had the dog bugging the bat's where one of them had rabbis in them and made the dog go crazy and panicing over little bit of simple little sound like when the phone rings or when there is a simple sound of a little creak of the door opening it makes him go nest dangerous and makes him very unfriendly dangerous to himself.

 
 
Posted By: Am - November 15th, 2011 7:13:10 pm EST

i never watched it before but i want to really bad

 
 
Posted By: Danny - October 10th, 2011 1:28:38 am EDT

ohhhh yes

 
 
Posted By: Grant - June 5th, 2011 6:46:09 pm EDT

I have this film on DVD and I love it! Best to watch it with the lights off and the volume up; a must-see for any Stephen King fan. The book is also very excellent and enjoyed reading it thoroughly.

 
 
Posted By: Kemodo - March 8th, 2011 3:31:03 am EST

Book is awesome, one of my faves by SK. Movie is terrible. Awful, awful movie.

 
 
Posted By: Wes - March 4th, 2011 8:11:27 pm EST

I had a ?....first what breed was Cujo in the movie...A Saint bernard? And how big was the actual dog? I know they used some wide and side angle shots to increase the perception of his size. Just wondering how big it was supposed to be and how large it actually was...thanks.

 
 
Posted By: Anonymous - December 7th, 2010 6:04:07 pm EST

this movie is pure garbage, the book has so many elements that i cant count. its sad when you read the book and known whats going too happen but seeing the film and its cut short. SPOILER. in the book the kid dies, and the affair between the wife and steve is in more detail even when he trash the house. and the ending of the film is not at all how the story ends. Its alot more that takes place upon how the main charecters deal with the after math . this movie sucks

 
 
Posted By: Isaiah - July 29th, 2010 3:12:13 pm EDT
AWESOME!! i love you Stephen! I am like your biggest fan in the world! i am writing a novel myself. you are a huge inspiration
 
 
Posted By: Anonymous - July 3rd, 2010 6:40:57 am EDT
This is one of Stephen Kings books (next to IT and The shining) the book was amazing and the film was TERRIFYING!!! I didn't like dogs before but now i have more reason not to!
 
 
Posted By: Smokey420 - June 22nd, 2010 1:34:30 pm EDT
think one of the best movies i have ever seen scared me to hell. very well done with the actions of a dog with rabies. would love to own this movie. can not find it nowhere in galesburg, cant even watch it on the internet and they never show it on tv.
 
 
Posted By: S.K.Rules - June 12th, 2010 7:18:06 pm EDT
One of my Fav movies of SKs
 
 
Posted By: Gav Worlledge - March 2nd, 2010 7:47:07 pm EST
OMG superb movie!! If anybody out there is as a fanatci as me and is trying to collect ALL things King on DVD, then make sure you get the region 1 remastered edition of this. Not only in glorious widescreen and a brand new transfer as well as a director commentary, this DVD has over an hour of documentary all about the making of this brilliant movie with interviews with all the main stars and makers. Worth every penny - I got my copy brand new on Amazon for under 6. Forget the rubbish 4.3 UK copy.
 
 
Posted By: GinaGina - January 30th, 2010 12:11:00 am EST
I am 30 years old and a fan of Mr. King's since I was very little. I watched this when I was young and to this day I am afraid of dogs.
 
 
Posted By: Yue - December 12th, 2009 10:48:54 am EST
i dunno why they consider this movie (and the book) the worst i liked when i read this book sorry if its wrong english isnt my first laguange
 
 
Posted By: Nick - October 7th, 2009 12:50:48 am EDT
Man Cujo is gotten be the worst if not best of ALL his books. THe only one that might be worse is pet sematary
 
 
Posted By: Ronni - July 29th, 2009 5:57:31 pm EDT
i would like to watch the movie
 
 
Posted By: Starbar7 - July 15th, 2009 2:21:10 am EDT
***SPOILERS***
 
i loved the book and was blown away at the end when the young boy dies great twist!! but i was disgusted that the film makers decided to let the little boy live in the movie the death of the boy made the book more real for me!!!! (horrible of me i know!) but come on.....it is a movie based on a Stephen King book so why not stick to the original story??

 
 
Posted By: Jacky - June 11th, 2009 7:38:25 pm EDT
i loved watching this movies it was awsome and it was a real scary movie i love stephen kings work he has a great mind i love his books
 
 
Posted By: Marcus - May 25th, 2009 10:26:32 am EDT
I really want to see the movie! Cujo was the first Stephen King book I read, and now I am in love with his books! I have been looking everywhere for the movie, but just can't seem to find it.
 
 
Posted By: Kody Boye - September 6th, 2008 5:17:35 am EDT
There's really no words to describe how terrifyingly claustrophobic this movie is. Even now, as I think about it, I could never imagine being in the mother's situation. Just the thought of being trapped inside a scorching-hot car with a mortal monster outside is enough to bring shivers to my spine. - Kody Boye
 

 

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