Difference between revisions of "The Shawshank Redemption"

From Witterpedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Line 1: Line 1:
Two hours and twenty one minutes of emotionally sweeping testament to the triumph of hope and friendship over despair and corruption, and one minute of screen-tested prototype [[Nicholas Sparks]] movie that has no right being there whatsoever.
+
Two hours and twenty one minutes of emotionally sweeping testament to the triumph of hope and friendship over despair and corruption, and one minute of screen-tested prototype [[Nicholas Sparks]] movie that has no right being there whatsoever. Wittertainee [[Ben in London]] once wrote to the show explaining how he had made a [[Kermodian rant|Kermodian]] edit of the film which removed the final scene, and concluded that Mark was right.
  
 
There's [[a lot of Shawshank before you get to the Redemption]].
 
There's [[a lot of Shawshank before you get to the Redemption]].

Revision as of 17:25, 20 September 2017

Two hours and twenty one minutes of emotionally sweeping testament to the triumph of hope and friendship over despair and corruption, and one minute of screen-tested prototype Nicholas Sparks movie that has no right being there whatsoever. Wittertainee Ben in London once wrote to the show explaining how he had made a Kermodian edit of the film which removed the final scene, and concluded that Mark was right.

There's a lot of Shawshank before you get to the Redemption.

Mark liked The Shawshank Redemption so much he literally wrote the book on it, although it does not appear in his All Time Top 10 Best Films Evs.

According to Mark, Mr Norden, the warden, is really Richard Nixon. So therefore the Devil.

The film was very eloquently summed up by one player of the game with no name as "intoxication; incarceration; banging; hanging; rope; hope."