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Current Rating: 4.83

Current Rating: 4.83

based on 580 votes and 20 reviews

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  • One Of The Most Heart Wrenching Tales In The World. 5 Stars
  • A Beatiful heart wrenching film that should have won Best Picture
  • IN MY VIEW, ONE OF THE BEST MOVIES OF ALL TIME!!
  • I think that the movie it`s like sad like Paul Edgecomb after giving back of power on the miracles from John Coffeys. The second comment its, i think the movie of The Green Mile is very fantastic and excellently! And one of suggestion is when of The Green Mile 2 will come?
  • loved the bit the guy went on fire!! made me laugh
  • the movie was great. Well i like barry pepper. i think that he is cute and a very good actor. i also liked the movies detail and how you learn and get to know the charactors.
  • I loved this movie so much that I purchased it. I`ve watched it at least 10 times and still need a box of kleenix when I watch it! In my opinion this movie was made a great movie all because Michael Clarke Duncan. Had not been for his preformance, I don`t beliece the movie would have been as good.
  • One of the best movies of all time - Tom Hanks` characterisation of the lead role was just inspired. A brilliant actor.
  • A heart warming story that seeks to show how bigotry is too easily chosen as a means to an end
  • this movie is realy touching, I know i was moved by this movie, it`s very sad especially the end, i`m a guy and i practicly cried my eyes were all water by the end, i think that everyone should see a movie like this!

The Green Mile

Genre:  Drama, Horror, Thriller | Running Time:  187 min.
Release date:  December 10, 1999

Current rating: Rating: 4.83
based on 580 votes and 20 reviews
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Cast: James Cromwell, Tom Hanks, Bonnie Hunt, Michael Jeter, Sam Rockwell, David Morse, Michael Clarke Duncan, Barry Pepper, Patricia Clarkson