Dolores Claiborne (1995)
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A Forgotten Gem
The story is just perfect from beginning to end. And Kathy Bates, IMO, turns in an even better performance than she did in Misery. The plot may tend to come off as a bit complicated... read more
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" Kathy Bates and Jennifer Jason Leigh"
" Dolores Claiborne is a 1995 American psychological thriller drama film directed by Taylor Hackford and starring Kathy Bates, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Christopher Plummer, and David Strathairn. It is based on the 1992 novel of the same name by Stephen King. The plot focuses on the strained relationship between a mother and her daughter, largely told through flashbacks, after her daughter arrives to her remote hometown on a Maine island where her mother has been accused of murdering the elderly w"
" Directed by: Taylor Hackford Produced by: Taylor Hackford, Michael Kelly, and Charles Mulvehill Written by: Tony Gilroy Based on the book by: Stephen King Cinematography: Gabriel Beristain Edited by: Mark Warner Music by: Danny Elfman Distributed by: Columbia Pictures"
"First viewing - Mar. 13th Back when Dolores Claiborne was released I had zero interest in seeing it. But it's maintained a decent reputation over the years, so when it popped up on Max this month I figured I'd finally give it a chance. And I'm glad I did. It's solidly entertaining despite the dark subject matter. Bates and Leigh give outstanding performances, and most of the rest of the cast is solid. John C. Reilly seems to struggle with his accent, but that was the only issue I really noticed"
" David Strathairn"
" Jennifer Jason Leigh and Christopher Plummer Jennifer Jason Leigh and Kathy Bates"
" Kathy Bates"
" Kathy Bates (Collector: Vera Donovan) "
" Kathy Bates"
" Jennifer Jasonn Leigh"
"Dolores Claiborne (Taylor Hackford, 1995) "