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    I finally did watch this movie! Didn't avoid it just lazy. I really liked the first one, but this newer version is extremely good too. They changed up a few things , but as a whole kept to the story with one big twist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeeper1 View Post
    I did not see the first one and did not know there was a second one.
    I have no plans to see it, even if it shows up on free TV.
    The original was a decent, halloween worthy flick. I think it was the first thing Denise Crosby did after she left Star Trek TNG.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ickthus View Post
    I don't do boogie man movies. I like science fiction. How ever its a Steven King and i remember it got good reviews if your into tat kind of flick. I enjoyed a few of Kings works like The Green Mile.
    Ditto.

    Quote Originally Posted by Darkhorse View Post
    I tend not to see movies made from books because I am usually disappointed in the result. I’ve read most of King’s earlier work and enjoyed them, especially “The Stand” and “Needful Things”, but as time went on King became more dark and twisted. I won’t even try to read his recent stuff for two reason, it’s really out there and he’s a very vocal flaming liberal.
    And this too. "The Stand" was the last King book/movie I liked and IIRC it followed the book pretty closely.
    Movies almost never live up to the books they are based on. It is too hard for cinema to really get inside a character's skin and tell you what's going on in their head - which is where books excel. Besides, my imagination is usually far better (IMO) that what filmmakers can create.

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    Have not seen it, just been busy. Now I want to see Dr. Sleep, that looks real good.
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    I saw the original.....was alright. Never cared much for movies of his books except for Christine and the original Carrie.
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    Gonna watch that soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark7mod0 View Post
    I saw the original.....was alright. Never cared much for movies of his books except for Christine and the original Carrie.
    With stories like his, too much is lost by condensing it into a movie. It seems like most everything he writes ends up as a movie anyway so why doesn't he just write screenplays from the get-go and give up the books?
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