Though it’s bleak and heavy, we come to the defense of Frank Darabont’s 2007 filmic adaptation of Stephen King’s The Mist.
Some very good points.
i thought it was a good movie
Yea very good movie but a lot of people hated the ending.
The movie was pretty good. The show on the other hand...trash.
Can someone please explain me something, please?! I see references and news about this The Mist movie (2008 or something) and whats the deal with it? I have seen this movie couple times and kinda don't understand what the fuss is all about...
The ending was criticised as being too bleak and depressing. Especially compared to the novel it’s based on by Stephen King, though King actually liked the movie’s ending.
Ending could be seen as a sick joke. Darabont had no choice but leave it in. The test audience were split, either they loved it or hated it so Darabont showed it to Stephen King & he said he wished he had come up with it.
It was a good movie, one of my personal favorites actually.
Ending didnt bother me. It was just a shit movie.
It was a good movie up until the end. But it makes sense considering the father left his son alone with anyone who was willing to take care of him.
But seriously, no father could ever do that to their child.
First of all if I have a gun I'm kicking out the folks who were going crazy cultish and take back that supermarket, not leave. That made no sense at all.
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