rod03801: It was so good. Sundance showed that and A Few Good Men all day. There was a break in between, but I took a day to veg. It's a 4 hour movie. Michael Clark Duncan was accused of a murder he didn't commit and had special healing powers. He was on death row. If you remember the mouse, I don't know if I can ever set another trap after seeing this!
Modified by rod03801 (26. September 2021, 03:59:33)
Tuesday: Why twice in one day? I'm 90% sure I've seen it, but right now I don't remember it , much. I might have to check it out again. Something to do with prison, right? (I'll be embarrassed if I have even THAT wrong, .LOL)
EDITED TO ADD : I just googled. Yes, I definitely saw it, and I'm sure I read the story too, because I'm a huge Stephen King fan. But honestly, I remember almost nothing about it. I'm definitely going to look for it. I wonder if Netflix has it.
And off topic, as this is not "Books" discussion board.... I'm currently on Book 4 of the Stephen King Dark Tower series. This is from back when I was obsessed with him, but I never read this series, because I didn't think I was going to like it for some reason, from the description. It's amazing. Pretty EPIC like "The Stand".
The wife and I went to see Star Wars Episode VII today. Over 2 hours and it was very good. A little disturbing to see Leia, Hans Solo, and Luke Skywalker looking so old. However the movie wasn't about them anyway. A good movie for the whole family to see as there is no sex or bad language in it. The violence in it is tame compared to what is seen on TV and movies today. Created to be like the original 3 movies from the 70s. I recommend seeing it. Anybody else see it and have thoughts?