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Film Review on The Green Mile For my film review on an epic I watched The Green Mile staring Tom Hanks Paul Edgecomb David Morse Brutus Howell and Michael Clarke Duncan John Coffey Frank Darabont directed the film Darabont also wrote and produced the movie This movie had a very diverse involving and changing plot And to keep this film review somewhat short I will only share the main and very important events that happened throughout the film The beginning starts in a retirement home Most of the residence are watching television and after changing the channel to an old musical one of the elder male residence leaves the room in tears His friend at the home comes to talk to him and the rest of the movie is his story You find that long ago he was a prison guard during the depression era in the south He worked at the Cold Mountain Penitentiary on which a handful of killers lived out their last days before taking a ride on Old Sparky the electric chair The prison is a normal one with not many odd occurrences until one day they bring in a new inmate A huge black prisoner named John Coffey Michael Clarke Duncan like the drink but not spelled the same He was accused of the killing of two young girls But after he is brought in he is not mentioned for a while and the story focussed on Paul Edgecomb who was currently going through the worst urinary infection of is life Several of the inmates walk the green mile and ride Old Sparky in this time And some new inmates come into the prison but it seems as though that is all normal Later you find that the warden James Cromwells wife is suffering from an inoperable brain tumor Then you find that the inmate John Coffey has an incredible power He has the ability to cure aliments The first
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