Thursday, October 22nd, 2015
When you think of Rob Reiner’s 1990 adaptation of Stephen King’s horror novel Misery, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? It’s that brutal “hobbling” scene, right? A moment so vicious it’s become synonymous with the film. In the book, however, it plays out very differently, but the producers had to make a change because no one wanted to work on their movie. In the novel, Annie (Kathy Bates in the movie), doesn’t bash Paul (James Caan) with a sledgehammer, she straight up cuts off his foot with anRead More
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