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The Green Mile

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GREEN MILE
In actuality, Michael Clarke Duncan is of a similar height as his coaster
David Morse and is a couple of inches shorter than James Cromwell
Among other things, creative camera angles were used to create the
illusion that Duncan as John Coffey towered over the prison staff
According to one of the features on the DVD, Stephen King
called this film the single most faithful adaptation of his work
By the time Paul introduced Elaine to Mr. Jingles, the mouse would have to be at
least 64 years old - over nine times the age of the oldest ever known real mouse
l 'Alli"
More than 30 works of Stephen King have been adapted for movies, but this is the
only one to have broken the million mark at the North American box office
John Travolta was offered the role of Paul but turned it down
Cassiopeia
When Paul and Brutal take John Coffey outside at night John looks at the
stars and says 'Look Boss, it' s Cassie, the lady in the rocking chair'
This is a reference to the constellation Cassiopeia
When the producers trouble finding the right actor to fill the role of
John Coffey, Bruce Willis suggested Michael Clarke Duncan with whom he had
with in Armageddon
Early in the film Paul yells at Percy to 'Get the **** off my block'
but it was later redoubled to 'Get the hell off my block'
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#10 - hydren (06/12/2014) [+] (10 replies)
Dear lord that thing on his chin, someone shop that onto his upper lip please
#5 - jewsburninindaoven (06/12/2014) [+] (4 replies)
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User avatar #13 - subbajubba ONLINE (06/12/2014) [+] (3 replies)
this is my favorite movie...
i cried like a father who discovered his daughter is a pornstar
User avatar #6 - elyiia (06/12/2014) [+] (5 replies)
Michael Clarke Duncan was of a similar height to David Morse
#12 - arcticastronaut (06/12/2014) [+] (3 replies)
"Like the drink but spelt differently"

Goddamn i love this movie
#15 - secretlywheatbread (06/12/2014) [+] (1 reply)
I don't think I can handle this level of facial hair
#42 - theblackcrow (06/12/2014) [+] (4 replies)
This ******* movie
#30 - Mebeshe (06/12/2014) [-]
It's certainly more faithful than The Shining. Gif heavily related.
It's certainly more faithful than The Shining. Gif heavily related.
#60 - kaboomz (06/13/2014) [+] (1 reply)
why are you ******* crying?

LOOK AT TRAVOLTA'S CHIN
#64 - speedymcgee (06/13/2014) [-]
I'm sorry I had to
#26 - raideoactivepilot (06/12/2014) [+] (1 reply)
That movie had too much feels for me makes me wish i had millions of dollars to make an alt ending where he agrees to the guards offer to let him go
User avatar #58 - mikoli (06/13/2014) [+] (1 reply)
RIP in piece Michael Clarke Duncan
User avatar #27 - ICEDgrunge (06/12/2014) [-]
This is hands-down my favorite movie ever, let alone book adaptation.

Every single actor worked together wonderfully, and it was truly faithful to all the imagery I had in my mind. Especially with T.Hanks and Duncan as Edgecomb and Coffey respectively. They both eclipsed the expectations I had in translation of the book to the screen.

The only thing I believe this movie was missing that I truly needed to see was the bus and the overpass, unless I'm retarded and that scene was there in the movie and I missed it. That part of the book destroyed me.

Anyways, I believe this movie to be a shining example of Stephen King and Frank Darabont. I really could prattle on like a schoolgirl about this.
#81 - wilfredfanforever (06/13/2014) [-]
This movie.
This movie.
User avatar #7 - mrsnowballs ONLINE (06/12/2014) [-]
I cried like a bitch at the end
User avatar #1 - huntergriff ONLINE (06/12/2014) [+] (5 replies)
you should do a starship troopers comp.
#105 - gmarrox (06/13/2014) [-]
On an unrelated note, this is always my go-to answer for the "name the last **** you took after a movie" game.
User avatar #53 - guu (06/12/2014) [-]
Lol wtf is that on John Travolta's chin..
Looks like a giant mole.
#11 - phacnat (06/12/2014) [+] (8 replies)
holy **** , please, what about some fact comps that are actually interesting or contribute to culture and not "culture", pseudoscience or sensationalized **** ?

Just my opinion, this looks as if it's interesting to you. I can really imagine half of funnyjunk having this **** slipped into everyday life conversations, "hey did you know travolta turned down the role of paul edgecomb?" "Did you know Resident Evil dog's weren't CGI and licked off the blood and meat?" "Did you know the Neo vs Smith sequence in Matrix reloaded took 27 days to film?"
#61 to #11 - baitparody (06/13/2014) [-]
I, for one, would love to find out more obscure facts about my favorite series and/or movies/games I enjoyed as with everyone else.
Some enjoyed The Green Mile. I, personally, didn't find it quite entertaining. But I see the good work put into it.
You should, as well, work on your approach. Why some believe you are bait is because how you, in tl;dr, just say "Your interests are **** and unimportant to life. Let's make Funnyjunk become Sciencejunk and EnlightingJunk. And if you talk about it to others, you're a retard."
The proper approach would be more in question, in example:
"Wait, so some not quite obscure facts are important to you? Why? What does The Green Mile have that is so important? Sure, you might bring up some things with your friends that seem good, but still, do we really need a comp for those things?"
You come across as more peaceful and people are more willing to cooperate.
And these days, many bait say ''I'm not bait.'' So take my advice in consideration if you ever want a small possibility of credibility.
#50 - kresskh (06/12/2014) [+] (3 replies)
I've always wanted to watch this film, but I'm afraid that in the end it will leave me with a sad, unsatisfied, and lonely feeling.
Are my fears well founded?
User avatar #51 to #50 - mangse (06/12/2014) [-]
watch it.
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