Dolores Claiborne

December 28, 2006 at 10:54 pm Leave a comment

Dolores ClaiborneLast summer, I bought this DVD of Dolores Claiborne at Zellers.  It was on sale for $3.67.  I liked Kathy Bates in Misery so I thought I’d also give this a try.  The DVD had been sitting on my shelf – untouched – since then, together with the other movies I bought on sale, like Ghost, Out of Africa, Bridges of Madison County, The Crying Game, The Big Chill, all of which except for Dolores Claiborne, I have already seen either on TV or in the movies before but I want to watch again. 

When Señor Enrique mentioned it in his post A Good Night, I knew I wanted to watch Dolores once I get a chance.  And so after watching The Da Vinci Code, which I rented for one day this past weekend, Dolores was the next one on my list. 

Once the opening credits came on and I read Stephen King’s name on it, I wondered if I should continue watching it that night.  I get pretty scared when I watch any of King’s movies.  But I needed not worry for there is nothing supernatural about Dolores Claiborne.

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