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Director: Frank Darabont     Starring: Michael Clarke Duncan Tom Hanks
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Format: Blu-Ray DVD
Sku: 212931575
UPC: 883929100309
UPC 14: 00883929100309
Category Keywords: 1930s  Based On A Novel  Crime  Prison  Theatrical Release
Rating: Game Rating Code
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Miracles Happen In The Most Unexpected Places.
Miracles happen in unexpected places, even on death row at Cold Mountain Penitentiary. There John Coffey, a prisoner with supernatural powers, brings a sense of spirit and humanity to his guards and fellow inmates. Tom Hanks leads a stellar cast, including Sam Rockwell (Moon), James Cromwell (Surrogates), David Morse (The Hurt Locker) and Michael Clarke Duncan (Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li) as Coffey, in this emotional, uplifting story of guards and captives; husbands and wives; prisoners and a remarkable mouse named Mr. Jingles; and, on another level, of a moviemaker and his source. Frank Darabont returns after his 1994 directorial debut, The Shawshank Redemption, to adapt another Stephen King tale into a crowd-pleasing entertainment nominated for four Academy Awards, including Best Picture.

"Above all a cracking good yarn that earns its laughter, its wonder and its tears.  Andrew O'Hehir,
"So moving, so memorable, so magically produced, it's going to delight millions of movie fans and sweep the Oscars.  Christopher Brandon, TNT RoughCut

Editor's Note
Director Frank Darabont's second adaptation of a Stephen King prison tale (the first being 1994's nearly flawless THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION) is a hopeful charmer with a hint of the supernatural. The story focuses on Paul Edgecomb (Tom Hanks), a Louisiana security guard who works on death row during the Great Depression. When John Coffey (Michael Clarke Duncan), a gigantic black man convicted of raping and murdering two white girls, joins the other prisoners on the row, Paul's life is forever altered. Coffey doesn't fit the mold of a psychopathic killer; he's kind, gentle, and afraid of the dark. As the story progresses, Edgecomb learns that there is something more than simple goodness to Coffey. Building to a hopeful climax, Darabont once again proves that he is King's most loyal cinematic translator. The film features uniformly excellent performances in leading and supporting roles, notably Duncan as Coffey; David Morse and Barry Pepper as Hanks's fellow prison guards; and Michael Jeter as condemned killer Edward Delacroix.

Technical Info

Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Castle Rock HM Video
Video Release Date Release Date: 7/23/2013
Video Play Time Running Time: 188 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 1999
Video UPC UPC: 00883929100309
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

Audio & Video
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks:
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Widescreen  1.85:1

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Barry Pepper
Video Cast Info Graham Greene
Video Cast Info William Sadler
Video Cast Info Gary Sinise
Video Cast Info Jeffrey DeMunn
Video Cast Info Bonnie Hunt
Video Cast Info Michael Clarke Duncan
Video Cast Info Doug Hutchison
Video Cast Info Sam Rockwell
Video Cast Info Michael Jeter
Video Cast Info Harry Dean Stanton
Video Cast Info Dabbs Greer
Video Cast Info Tom Hanks
Video Cast Info Eve Brent
Video Cast Info David Morse
Video Cast Info Patricia Clarkson
Video Cast Info James Cromwell
Video Cast Info Frank Darabont - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Richard Francis-Bruce - Editor
Video Cast Info Terence Marsh - Production Designer
Video Cast Info Thomas Newman - Composer
Video Cast Info David Tattersall - Director of Photography
Video Cast Info Karyn Wagner - Costume Designer
Video Cast Info Stephen King - Source Writer
Video Cast Info Frank Darabont - Producer
Video Cast Info David Valdes - Producer
Video Cast Info Frank Darabont - Director
Plot Summary
THE GREEN MILE, based on a Depression-era tale by Stephen King, tells the story of the unusual bond that is formed between Paul Edgecomb, a Louisiana security guard, and John Coffey, a gentle and gigantic inmate on death row.


People's Choice (2001)
Video Award Name The Green Mile, Winner, Favorite Dramatic Motion Picture
Video Award Name The Green Mile, Winner, Favorite Motion Picture

Oscar (2000)
   Video Award Name Frank Darabont, Nominee, Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material Previously Produced or Published
   Video Award Name Frank Darabont, David Valdes, Nominee, Best Picture

Screen Actors Guild (2000)
   Video Award Name Michael Clarke Duncan, Nominee, Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role

Golden Globe (2000)
   Video Award Name Michael Clarke Duncan, Nominee, Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture

Image Award (2000)
   Video Award Name Michael Clarke Duncan, Nominee, Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture

MTV Award (2000)
   Video Award Name Michael Clarke Duncan, Nominee, Breakthrough Male Performance

Oscar (2000)
   Video Award Name Michael Clarke Duncan, Nominee, Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Screen Actors Guild (2000)
   Video Award Name Tom Hanks et, al., Nominee, Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Theatrical Motion Picture

Memorable Quotes

"This big man is about to pull off your ears. Aren't you going to listen to him?"----Paul Edgecomb (Tom Hanks), regarding John Coffey (Michael Clarke Duncan)

"On the day of my judgement, when I stand before God, and he asks me why did I kill one of his true miracles...what am I gonna say? That is was my job? My job?"----Paul Edgecomb to John Coffey

Professional Reviews

"...[A] powerful and meticulously crafted drama....Hanks excels..." p.56-70

Entertainment Weekly
"...[Hanks] is on par with his career-best work....A long walk to a worthwhile destination..." -- Rating: A- 06/16/2000 p.67

Chicago Sun-Times
"...There are several sequences of powerful emotion in the film....It tells a story with beginning, middle, end, vivid characters, humor, outrage and emotional release..." 12/10/1999 p.35

Chicago Sun-Times 9 of 10
"We think of this place like an intensive care ward of a hospital." So says Paul Edgecomb, who is in charge of Death Row in a Louisiana penitentiary during the Depression. Paul (Tom Hanks) is a nice man, probably nicer than your average Louisiana Death Row guard, and his staff is competent and humane -- all except for the loathsome Percy, whose aunt is married to the governor, and who could have any state job he wants, but likes it here because "he wants to see one cook up close." One day a new prisoner arrives. He is a gigantic black man, framed by the low-angle camera to loom over the guards and duck under doorways. This is John Coffey ("like the drink, only not spelled the same"), and he has been convicted of molesting and killing two little white girls. From the start it is clear he is not what he seems. He is afraid of the dark, for one thing. He is straightforward in shaking Paul's hand--not like a man with anything to be ashamed of...The movie is a shade over three hours long. I appreciated the extra time, which allows us to feel the passage of prison months and years. Stephen King, sometimes dismissed as merely a best-seller, has in his best novels some of the power of Dickens, who created worlds that enveloped us and populated them with colorful, peculiar, sharply seen characters. King in his strongest work is a storyteller likely to survive as Dickens has, despite the sniffs of the litcrit establishment...By taking the extra time, Darabont has made King's The Green Mile into a story which develops and unfolds, which has detail and space. The movie would have been much diminished at two hours--it would have been a series of episodes without context. As Darabont directs it, it tells a story with beginning, middle, end, vivid characters, humor, outrage and emotional release. Dickensian. - Roger Ebert

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