Here’s my second review for Rob and Darren’s October Kingathon. This time, it’s for Rob Reiner’s Misery, a great Stephen King film I probably should have reviewed long ago. Check out all the other King reviews from this month too!
Misery is review by S.G. Liput of Rhyme & Reason
And laud those they’re enamored of
And worship every word they write
And watch their windows late at night
And read about their lives and likes
And help them when misfortune strikes
And care for them when they are hurt
And compliment and maybe flirt,
Encourage them to write their best
And punish them if they protest
And show them sides one does not show
And never ever let them go!
MPAA rating: R
When I first counted down my top 365 films, I have no idea why I forgot Misery. Rob Reiner’s second adaptation of a Stephen King story (after Stand By Me) is among his best films and won Kathy Bates an Oscar for her progressively scary portrayal of crazed fan Annie Wilkes.
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