Fan submitted reviews of Dead Zone, The (Movie):|
Posted By: Lilly - November 12th, 2012 6:30:02 pm EST
i loved this book. this was the first stephen king book that i ever read and i loved it from the moment that i started it. now i wonder how good the movie is and if it is anything close to what the book was like.
Posted By: Elaine - February 3rd, 2012 8:19:39 pm EST
This Dead Zone was by far the best. Christopher Walken was perfect as Johnny. The remakes suck.
Posted By: Wolfman - September 25th, 2011 5:05:37 pm EDT
Excellent book. Good movie.
Posted By: Black-Fandango - July 6th, 2011 3:10:35 am EDT
I think this is the best Stephen King adaptation. Aided by the direction of the great David Cronenberg (our best living director), and a phenomenal performance by Christopher Walken, it's a movie that quietly gets under your skin.
Posted By: Anonymous - March 31st, 2011 7:56:54 pm EDT
How can people say that this is a faithful adaptation to a classic book? This has to be one of the most half-assed Stephen King adaptation that I have ever seen.
Posted By: S.K.Rules - January 6th, 2011 5:34:03 pm EST
thought it was a good movie, but i know they wanted to stay faithful to the novel but i felt it was all crampt together and happening to fast.
Posted By: Baby's Lullaby - December 12th, 2010 12:52:56 pm EST
love the film so realistic , feel's like you sink into the movie , i enjoy it so much to watch . fasanating how Jonny Smith actually see's the past and the futaur i find it fasanating to watch and read the book. would love to get it on d.v.d but unable to find the hole set instead of in part's , so awsome thank you
Posted By: TJK ERNST - March 17th, 2010 12:23:03 pm EDT
I watched the show based of the movie. It's pretty sweet. My dad loves it. They took it off the air a couple months ago on the channel we watch it on and my dad and I are both kind of sad.
Posted By: Anonymous - February 3rd, 2010 9:29:49 am EST
it is dumb but exciting
Posted By: Mitch - May 12th, 2009 8:55:56 pm EDT
another slow starter movie yet really great. i loved it.
Posted By: ManW/NoName - November 1st, 2008 7:50:39 pm EDT
Maybe the best King adaptation I've seen...Misery was also fantastic as a film but as I haven't read the book I can't discern its degree of faithfulness. Walken showed great potential in the film and its a shame that he later became such a 'character' actor. Sheen is colorful and fun as Greg Stillson, if a little bloated, as is Herbert Lom as Weizak. I usually despise Mr. Cronenberg in his natural state (obsessed with the disgusting and disturbing) but found he did a capable -- beyond capable, job at 'Dead Zone'. Brooke Adams, however, only annoyed me. There was something very different about her from the Sarah I pictured in the novel and I didn't care for the difference at all. Tom Skerrit in a relatively small part did well and it was good seeing him in a King role again (I had seen him previuously in Desperation in 2005). The final scene was particularly good and it realized my vision of the book almost flawlessly. Bravo, R. King and Mr. Cronenberg. I was also pleased to see that with 'A History of VIolence', Cronenberg returned to a less gory, disturbing style, although that doesn't much relate to King.
Posted By: Yveslabelle - September 20th, 2008 11:12:02 pm EDT
I've seen it as a child, iv'e liked it a lot and i still love it. I think that Christopher Walken as is best role of is carrier.