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Garris wrote the screenplay himself and adds one significant improvement over the original short: changing the date of the story from 2001 to 1969. Read full review
Falls short of its source. Read full review
The "Bullet" is an amusement-park roller coaster, and the title is a ham-fisted metaphor for facing your fears. Read full review
Writer-director Mick Garris has a real feeling for the horror master's melancholy worldview - love is loss - but he's too reverent toward the original story, the ending of which, both on the page and, now, on the screen, lands with an overly elegiac thud. Read full review
Imagine a feature-length version of the "Large Marge" sequence from "Pee-wee's Big Adventure" and you won't be too far off, only that was scarier. Read full review
Both the anticipation factor and writer-director Mick Garris' slick adaptation fail to live up to the old hype.
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A ponderous, incoherent horror mishmash that turns King's short story into utter nonsense. Read full review
The movie is so glum and flat-footed there's no reason to care. Read full review
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