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    Paulette GarciaApr 20, 2024 at 11:10 am

    Wow, I find the fact that they didn’t even try to at least include some of King’s screen writing into the movie really disappointing! They insulted him and talked about King’s writing so horribly but the same person they shot down is the same person they needed to be a success. They needed his book in general to start somewhere. They should have given him all the credit and allowed for him to be a part of it. Maybe the movie could have turned out to be better than what it was with both sides collaborating.

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    Teri MarcotteMar 16, 2024 at 8:36 am

    I’m very much in agreement with Mr. King. The book is the story Kubrick should have followed. To have dismissed the screenplay so out of hand was an out right slap in the face to the author whose story he’s purported to film. I’m an avid reader Of Stephen King books and no I don’t pick them up at airports as that dimwit Johnson suggests. He is a master storyteller, a genius in the art of horror. I’ll take the book every chance I get. Film adaptations always miss the mark. Stephen King’s words in my head are the only way to go for me.