That is worthy film powerfully told and characters that I can both like and dislike like the warden he wasn’t a nice guy at all. “The Shawshank Redemption” I’d have to look for decent copy of this because there have been odd versions cropping up on DVD and I’d like good W/S version with Dolby 5.1 without centre dialogue slyly crossing over to left and right like I have noticed with the First Blood and Rambo II.
This was realised around the time of Dolby digital (1994) 142 minute running time that will fly by with the good story telling rather than something that feels like Indy dragging a bunch of skeletons in bag behind him. The Stephen King short story from reading the imdb “Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption” and The Green Mile another worthy film I have that one, wow, wow, wow.
Yes I couldn’t agree more that Spielberg was bribed into doing this, [clap hands smack, sigh] oh, well there are the classics from yesteryear and I’d soon relive the 1970’ and 80’s and early 90’s very early over again because that’s when he was at his best form.
I mean this guy doesn’t drink smoke do drugs or maybe Lucas spiked his drink with some of that Lucas cow milk?
[Steven feeling giddy and dizzy] (Wow George I see two of you what do you what my friend).
(I need another film Steven, to milk the fans with).
(We can call it) [George rubbing his hands] Indiana Jones and the crystal err, crystal err [George frustratingly rubbing hands] (err, oh, lets just make it Steven the fan will like it).
These two guys have enough money to practically throw on the cabin retreat log fire for a month.
[George enters Stevens’s lodge] (Hi Steven, got some money here to keeps us both cosy for a month or two). [Steven peeks inside the box] (Wow George, looks like part of this years gross from Indiana Jones wow my friend $10 million dollars should keep us both warm! Here let me help you burn some of it, I’m feeling a little nippy tonight).