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#2
should totes do needful things as well
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#4
That was a really good book, so I'm quite looking forward to this. Now if I could only catch the second half of the "The Stand" TV miniseries...
#6
Quote by Soccerguy
That was a really good book, so I'm quite looking forward to this. Now if I could only catch the second half of the "The Stand" TV miniseries...

You've never watched all of The Stand?! Go watch it!
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#7
I can't wait for "Under The Dome" to start. What a great book. I'm gonna have to get "11/22/63" next. I've been kicking myself ever since I didn't read "The Stand" and watched the miniseries instead.
#8
Quote by Dimarzio45
I can't wait for "Under The Dome" to start. What a great book. I'm gonna have to get "11/22/63" next. I've been kicking myself ever since I didn't read "The Stand" and watched the miniseries instead.


The miniseries was very hit and miss. They did the special blonde kid perfectly.
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should totes do needful things as well


Did you see the movie of it? Didn't do any justice to it at all. It's my second favourite as well.
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#9



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#10
Quote by Philip_pepper
The miniseries was very hit and miss. They did the special blonde kid perfectly.

Yeah, that's what I've heard.

M-O-O-N, That spells "Hit and Miss".
#11
Quote by DonGlover
You've never watched all of The Stand?! Go watch it!


I can't find it anywhere

But I'm rereading the book right now and thoroughly enjoying it.
#12
Haven't read the book but I will have to check this out.
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#13
Quote by Soccerguy
I can't find it anywhere

But I'm rereading the book right now and thoroughly enjoying it.

Ohhhh just go DL it.
#14
Quote by Dimarzio45
I can't wait for "Under The Dome" to start.
You mean "The Simpsons Movie: Gritty Reboot"
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#15
Quote by Philip_pepper
Did you see the movie of it? Didn't do any justice to it at all. It's my second favourite as well.

there was a movie?

im sure it sucked, i can't see anybody fitting that book into a movie. as a TV series i think it could be great though.
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#16
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You mean "The Simpsons Movie: Gritty Reboot"

Meh. It's a serious movie about an awesome concept that will always be polluted with a "Simpsons-Did-It" comment.


I know what you mean though.

Edit: *serious miniseries*
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#17
That's your favourite book? Come on man, I really enjoyed it, but it's not even King's best.
#18
Quote by BelowTheSun
That's your favourite book? Come on man, I really enjoyed it, but it's not even King's best.

What do you think is his best yet? Just out of curiosity...
#19
There are very few books in existence as good as The Shining, in my opinion. The Stand is almost as good, and I have a major soft spot for Pet Semetary. Of the modern stuff, Under The Dome was really great, and I remember enjoying Cell a lot. I'm not shitting on 11/22/63, I did really like it, just want to repeat that.
#20
the shining is my favorite book ever
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#21
The Shining and Pet Semetary were pretty badass books. I haven't gotten around to Cell or 11/22/63 yet.
#23
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I like you.

the book moved me man

moved me good

i even wrote a song called "this inhuman place makes human monsters", lel
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#24
It's a great book. Sometimes I feel like the only person other than Stephen King himself that doesn't really like the film. I mean, I'm not denying it's a great film, but it's a horrible adaptation of the book, and I love the book so much I can't really ignore that.
#25
i saw the film long before i read the book, i don't really think they're comparable

my main beef with the movie is that my mom wont read the shining no matter how much i pester her because she got too scared when she saw the film back in the day
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#26
King is a bad writer. Abrams is a bad director. Sounds like a perfect match.
#27
Quote by Burgery
there was a movie?

im sure it sucked, i can't see anybody fitting that book into a movie. as a TV series i think it could be great though.


It was pretty bad. They only used about 20% of what was in the novel. They didn't even capture any of the atmosphere from the characters and of the antagonist, which was pretty damn vital.

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That's your favourite book? Come on man, I really enjoyed it, but it's not even King's best.


Yep.

I haven't read the Shining yet, that's next on the list. I think, because I have seen the movie when I was a kid, I don't have that much of a desire to read it because I have a good idea of what it's about.

I read IT. Was all right. I don't get why people think it's the greatest thing ever though.

The Stand was great. Definitely in the top 5. Couldn't get into Under The Dome though.

What I loved about 11/22/63 was that I bought it and was pretty excited about a Stephen King story involving the JFK assassination, which I find mind boggling, and then after 50 pages or so I just didn't give a shit anymore about Kennedy. I just wanted the protagonist to succeed. Plus, I love anything that has a time travel spin to it.

Also, that ending.

The feels.
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#28
Quote by Dimarzio45
The Shining and Pet Semetary were pretty badass books. I haven't gotten around to Cell or 11/22/63 yet.


Cell was a pretty neat book. Nothing amazing, but I enjoyed it.

If anyone gets a chance to read The Walk written under his pseudonym, do it.
#29
Quote by DonGlover
You've never watched all of The Stand?! Go watch it!

it was pretty shitty I think

Maybe cause it's one of my favorite books and messed up what I had imagined in my head.

or maybe it was SHITTY
#30
Quote by Philip_pepper
I don't have that much of a desire to read it because I have a good idea of what it's about.

no you dont

when i think about it the film left so so many questions unanswered
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#31
If they're going to adapt one, especially for making into a TV series, it should the the Dark Tower series.
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#33
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If they're going to adapt one, especially for making into a TV series, it should the the Dark Tower series.

i haven't read any of them yet, i dont think im ready
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#34
Quote by Burgery
i haven't read any of them yet, i dont think im ready

It's a massive undertaking - the only one that's under 400 pages, I believe, is the Gunslinger, while the rest are either at it, or far past it, and there are seven books in all. Amazing story, though. Easily his best, in my opinion, though I really liked Salem's Lot as well, and I think that The Talisman is up there as well. He didn't do that one alone, though.
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#35
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King is a bad writer. Abrams is a bad director. Sounds like a perfect match.


This.
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#36
Quote by Burgery
no you dont

when i think about it the film left so so many questions unanswered


I'm just scared to read all his books all at once. I don't want to read them all and think "Shit, now what do I do?"
#37
^Really? With the amount he's produced over decades?
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#38
Quote by Philip_pepper
I'm just scared to read all his books all at once. I don't want to read them all and think "Shit, now what do I do?"

Then you move onto Clive Barker.
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#39
Quote by strat0blaster
Then you move onto Clive Barker.

I got halfway through Weaveworld and then I left it back home when I moved
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