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Misery 1990

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A writer of a famous romance novel series is in a bad car crash during the winter season. Rescued by a former nurse who claims to be his number one fan, she nurses him back from his injuries while forcing him to rewrite the ending to his last novel.

MPAA Rating:R
Running Time:107 minutes
Directed By:
Rob ReinerRob Reiner
Written By:
No image existsWilliam Goldman
James CaanJames Caan
Kathy BatesKathy Bates
No image existsLauren Bacall
No image existsRichard Farnsworth
No image existsFrances Sternhagen
No image existsGraham Jarvis

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Misery Movie Review by Martin (7/5/2011)

"Misery" was at one time my favourite film from the mind off Stephan King. In the years since I first saw it however I have seen "The Shawshank redemption," and read the original book on which this is based.

The isolated plot still works, in which author James Cann finds himself in an accident only too be saved and nursed...

(complete Misery review by Martin)

Misery Movie Review by Jarrod (7/6/2007)

'Misery' is perhaps a visualization of Stephen King's darkest fear; that of the obsessed fan. The author has certainly acquired quite a following during his career, undoubtedly some of his most avid readers may be psychopaths with a latent desire to kidnap him and keep him for themselves. Or, perhaps commit murder or...

(complete Misery review by Jarrod)

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