Tag Archives: Stephen King

Film Versus Fiction: The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

If ever there was a screenwriter’s ideal storyline on which to base their potential film, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s short story about the baby born as an old man has got to be it. I am sure there are others in existence adapted in a similar way, though I haven’t read any. In fact, in combination […]
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Review: Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption by Stephen King

To be able to read such a story, by such a respected author in just a couple of hours, you really have nothing to lose, even if you hate it (which you won’t). The story is told from the perspective of a long long time inmate of Shawshank prison, named Red. A man named Andy […]
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