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The Mist

Discussion in 'The Mist' started by Anna Castro, Nov 12, 2014.

  1. footsteps

    footsteps Member

    Well, maybe because the main actor is not very brilliant. So this adaptation is imo just "middle".
    The end ? did Mr King said ok for this one?
     
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  2. Sunlight Gardener

    Sunlight Gardener Well-Known Member

    The ending wrecked the entire movie for me. Up until that it wasn't bad. After the last minute of the movie, I thought "Well I won't ever watch that movie again".
     
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  3. jessicaforbes0191

    jessicaforbes0191 New Member

    I didn't like the ending.
    Killing them selves is the worst ending.
     
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  4. FlakeNoir

    FlakeNoir Beta Tester Moderator

    Sorry, I had to remove your link because of possible copyright issues.
     
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  5. CYRUS

    CYRUS Well-Known Member

    I absolutely hated the movie ending .
     
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  6. osnafrank

    osnafrank Well-Known Member

     
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  7. Zone D Dad

    Zone D Dad Active Member

    I did not like the film ending either. It almost felt like Darabont didn't have faith enough in the material and felt this need to come up with a sucker punch. The Mist is one of my favorite SK works that I've read quite a few times. I remember the first time I finished it thinking: "this would make a wonderful film". Darabont and Rob Reiner are some of the few directors to get SK right in my opinion (and David Cronenberg with The Dead Zone).

    The last lines of the novella are truly haunting. Granted, probably not the best way to end a film. And I think the Spike TV series shows a lot of potential.
     
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