"The Green Mile" (so-called because this Death Row has a green floor) is based on a novel by Stephen King, and has been written and directed by Frank Darabont. It is Darabont's first film since the great "The Shawshank Redemption" in 1994. That, too, was based on a King prison story, but this one is very different.
"The Green Mile" is a superb and sad drama movie of 1999. The plot to "The Green Mile" is about an elderly male telling a woman about when he worked as a prison guard.
Set in Depression-era Louisiana, The Green Mile tells several human stories, all of them touched by E block's new tenant, John Coffey, a hulking black man accused of killing twin girls. The more his captors get to know this gentle giant, the more they're convinced of his innocence.
In THE GREEN MILE, Paul Edgecombe is a Depression-era Louisiana prison guard. His responsibility is the prisoners on Death Row, called "The Green Mile" because of the color of the floor between the cells and the electric chair.
"The Green Mile" is one of my favorite Stephen King books and I have read it several times. I was anxiously anticipating the film version, but was concerned that the emotional impact of the book could not be replicated on screen.
Frank Darabont's The Green Mile is a companion piece to his remarkable debut, The Shawshank Redemption. It, too, is based on a Stephen King story set in the recent past, uses prison as a metaphor ...
well today was a super lets down as minute walked i see there secrity guard sitting in a chiar watching the custmers loby board tv he had very little to say no welcome or anything just a colds feeling then front desk was okay not very explainitives felt like i was bugging ums. get to backs and person was super nice friendly i got 4 prerolls two 12.00 ones and two tens the ten was better that ...
The Green Mile movie reviews & Metacritic score: Set on Death Row in a Southern prison in 1935, this is the remarkable story of a prison guard who develops a...
Directed by Frank Darabont. With Tom Hanks, Michael Clarke Duncan, David Morse, Bonnie Hunt. The lives of guards on Death Row are affected by one of their charges: a black man accused of child murder and rape, yet who has a mysterious gift.