Tom Hanks, Michael Clarke Duncan, David Morse, Bonnie Hunt and Doug Hutchinson
Time: 189 mins
to buy on DVD and Video
The final walk of
a man on death row is called the 'Mile', in Paul Edgecomb's (Hanks) prison;
the floor is a light green so it is known as the Green Mile. Having to deal
with violent criminals comes as no great hardship to Paul and his team of
prison guards, until the day a giant of a man, accused of killing two young
girls, called John Coffey (Clarke Duncan) the sent into A-block. What transpires
after that will change Paul's life forever.
Frank Darabont returns
to a Steven King inspired prison drama for this emotional feel good movie
that will bring a genuine tear to your eye. As he did with his last film
"The Shawshank Redemption", Darabont proves that he is the consummate storyteller.
At 3 hours 9 minutes, this film pulls you in and captivates you, making
the time fly by. Wonderful performances by the cast, especially Michael
Clarke Duncan as Coffey (For which he gained an Oscar nomination), make
this movie is a must see.
Although not as
outstanding as "Shawshank", it will still touch you in a way that will bring
a little smile on your face and a tear to your eye as you leave your seat
and head home.
Walking The Green
Mile Documentary, Theatrical Trailer, Interactive Menu & Scene Access
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