Shawshank Redemption


One of the best movies ever. So inspiring, so thought provoking - just amazing

>>By Aopu   (Friday, 13 Dec 2002 18:41)

A must see drama movie. Nominated for 7 academy awards in 1994.

>>By Amin   (Friday, 13 Dec 2002 18:42)

I loved this movie and I suggest it to anyone. It defined a good drama. I hope to read the book soon

>>By Wuzzzup   (Monday, 30 Dec 2002 22:03)

Top movie, great story and acting, well worth watching, a must watch

>>By Gazzahugs   (Sunday, 22 Jun 2003 11:30)

AN extraordinary tale on friendship, hope and freedom. Brilliant acting, brilliant lines, brilliant story, brilliant setting.......simply put everything about the movie is just so brilliant. My favourite movie of all time, this one!!

>>By Phoenix   (Saturday, 12 Jul 2003 04:36)

Certainly makes my shortlist for best movie ever.....Amazingly I first seen it when a mate bought it and didn't like it, so he gave the copy to me....On his advice I put of watching it till I was really bored...I can't beleive how Incredibly good it was......the most heart wrenching but exhilarating cinematic story I've ever came across!......

>>By Pimp Jimenez   (Monday, 14 Jul 2003 14:57)

A film to watch alone, and absolutely amazing, Brooks Hadlen brought tears to my eyes

>>By (Sub)urban Legend   (Wednesday, 28 Jan 2004 00:50)

Gotta agree with the Shawshank lovefest in here! Morgan Freeman positively MADE this movie. His narration was so...real.
No matter how many times I see this film I cry my little eyes out!
To all the Stephen King doubters out there- this story realy proves his genius.
Go to the literature part of this site for more of his short works- The Long Walk is equally gripping!

>>By Celtgal   (Saturday, 19 Jun 2004 01:40)

Very provacative...excellent movie.

>>By lv2read   (Monday, 28 Jun 2004 02:21)

all round good movie.

>>By punk_child_8713   (Wednesday, 14 Jul 2004 03:45)

one of the bests
imdb has it rated as the second best film of all time right after the godfather which i personally would not watch if i could watch shawshank instead.

>>By Billy Pilgrim   (Thursday, 15 Jul 2004 03:29)

Love this movie. I love the scene where the one dude discovers a maggot in his food then the old man asks for it. I could watch that part over and over.

>>By OpheliasViolets   (Thursday, 5 Aug 2004 19:58)

What can I say?? Fantastic! although I probably would never have seen it if it wasn't for a chance viewing on tv. This film goes to prove that critics are wrong ( I don't remember it being a big hit in England when it first came out). One of the few films that is better than the book.

>>By Dzham   (Wednesday, 25 Aug 2004 23:34)

awesome film.

>>By quiet-kid   (Friday, 27 Aug 2004 21:48)

You mean to say I haven't actually written anything about this brilliant film?? This will simply not do.

I'll always remember the day my R.E teacher put this film on. Instead of relaxing into the familiar lull of my interrupted dreams, my memory flickered back to C4's top 100 movies, number 2 to be precise, then to my video recorder, where lying in it was the tape of this fantastic film - then, by pure chance, I managed to borrow it off of someone I knew. He loves it. I love it. We don't love each other; we're in love with the film.

Favourite Scene:
When everybody just discovers the hole in the wall behind the poster in Tim's room.

>>By Tchock   (Thursday, 2 Sep 2004 18:23)

Just a few words

Outstanding! Surperb!

I think that says it all, if you have`nt seen it, WHY NOT?

>>By Gilbertus   (Saturday, 11 Sep 2004 22:10)

I agree - brilliant movie.

The scene on the roof where the prisoners drink beer and "felt like kings for a moment" brought tears to my eyes....

>>By Honey Bunny   (Tuesday, 20 Jun 2006 21:03)

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