Paul Edgecomb (Tom Hanks) is the security guard at Cold Mountain Penitentiary, a holding jail for criminals sentenced to the death penalty. When death row inmate John Coffey (Michael Clark Duncan) is convicted for the rape and murder of two young girls, he forms a connection with Paul. Despite John's menacing physical appearance, Paul sees a tender and harmless nature to John and starts to believe that he is innocent. As the days draw closer to the execution Paul can only look on powerlessly as his new found friend faces his final days.
Powerful drama from the Oscar nominated director of The Shawshank Redemption. (Matthew Fairfield).
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The Green Mile is a gripping movie.
The Green Mile is speculative fiction behind bars. It's like Shawshank with some fantastic happenings and so much more. It's a moving and mesmerising story that has great performances, a thick mood and some of the fastest and most fulfilling 3 hours you'll ever spend.
The Green Mile is an excellent movie with Tom Hanks at his best. It's a great film in Blu-ray. It's such an interesting film that you don't notice it's three hours long. It's well worth having in your Blu-ray collection.
How do you make 3 hours seem like 30 minutes ? Watch a Frank Darabont movie. Who I hear you say, well he directored another prison movie you may of heard of called " The Shawshank Redemption" What a pair of films to have on your cv. The story is full on and tells the tale of prison officers and prisoners on death row. There are no massive scenes of action in the film where the blu ray would shine, but it certainly does improve the picture and sound quality.