Stephen King's The Stand (1994)

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Stephen King's The Stand

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The end of the world is just the beginning.

Directed By Mick Garris Mick Garris Starring Gary Sinise Gary Sinise  •  Jamey Sheridan Jamey Sheridan  •  Molly Ringwald Molly Ringwald  •  Rob Lowe Rob Lowe  •  Adam Storke Adam Storke Genres Based-on-20th-Century-Literature  •  Disaster Film  •  Epic  •  Horror  •  Made-for-Television  •  Mini-Series  •  Post-Apocalyptic Film  •  Sci-Fi Disaster Film  •  Science Fiction  •  Supernatural Horror Studios &
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Release Info 1994-05-08T00:00:00Z May 8, 1994
Color  •  366 minutes NR Rated NR
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Ethell

Ethell on 2/9/2011 Reply  · 

This movie series are one of the best i've ever seen, regardless how much i worship Steven King. It's about some good men vs evil, basicly, by pushing the limits of the characters, and the way they survive in the miserable new world. The character Randall Flagg is on the stage one more time, which can be seen in the other books of Steven King. All in all, i recommend it highly.

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RussIsHere

RussIsHere on 6/24/2015 Reply  · 

It's an ok adaptation; goes well to show that King really shouldn't be adapting his books for the screen. His prose doesn't always translate great as is and combine that with the fact they clearly had to cheap out in filling some of the speaking parts and his dialogue just sounds clunky. Worth a look for the curious, otherwise just read the novel.

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TommyDoyle2016

TommyDoyle2016 on 8/28/2017 Reply  · 

Overlong, but pretty great. The Plague segment was pretty mediocre, but The Dreams was awesome, and The Betrayal and The Stand segments were great. Randall Flagg was a great villain, just behind Tim Curry's Pennywise and Jack Nicholson's Jack Torrance so far. Not as good as the book though.

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