Crime • R • 1995 • 2 hr 12 min
I love this movie. It’s a beautiful story of a mother’s infinite love for her child. It’s a story of courage and heart.
Incredibly written, beautifully acted and disturbingly riveting, this Stephen King adaptation is amazingly underrated.
Don't like King's supernatural stories but this is more a murder mystery. Bates is terrific as usual Believable New England setting and mood
Excellent interpretation. Does a great job of utilizing the story, and the creative liberties scratch the itches the book leaves you with.
A lot to stomach; some extremely disturbing themes, but mostly handled tastefully and essential to the story. Bates 100% carries the movie.
For film fans: it’s like Douglas Sirk adapted a King novel. For others: it’s very melodramatic.
Solid Kathy Bates vehicle. The book is only slightly better 8/10
I didn't like this when first came out. Was too used to typical Stephen King& thought was long-winded. By itself, it's actually really good.
Strong, emotional tale. Forget that it's a Steven King film, this is a melodrama of the highest order.
Very powerfull and emotional. One of best from Stephen King movies. Perfect cast and cinematography.
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