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It takes a lot of work to make a well-rounded film Some movies have too much drama or too little conflict etc When theres a film that captures the right amount of everything theres no competing The Green Mile is a good example of a well-rounded film It has sad and happy moments a good conflict enough romance and some phenomenal things happen The Green Mile is about the death row section of a prison also known as E block Tom Hanks plays the boss of E block Part of being a prison officer on death row consists of being somewhat of a counselor to the inmates Not all the officers under Tom Hanks like this method Most of the officers like to keep the inmates calm and under control but one officer Percy Wetmore likes to annoy the heck out of them The movie has a wide variety of incidents that makes it spectacular A good movie has to be both sad and funny at moments For example after getting to know the inmates waiting to be electrocuted its hard to see them die They obviously were placed on death row for a reason but they were really good people on the inside To even out this feeling the director would add a funny line in there to get you to laugh Such as when they practice the electrocution process with a janitor pretending to be the inmate As the fake inmate says his last words he adds and Id like May West to sit on my face cuz Im one horny mthr fckr Every single guard started busting up laughing It was so hilarious at a serious moment in the film the director could manage to get a huge laugh out of everyone watching So the movie was funny but serious and sad when necessary Every film has a good conflict This movie happens to have several but one sticks out in my
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