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The Talisman (2008)

About a beast trying to find love for another man



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About a beast trying to find love for another man

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3 March 2011 | by See all my reviews

I read the novel a few weeks ago and I liked it very much. Stephen King is amazing and so far "The Talisman" is my favorite book. Frankly, I don't understand why nobody made a movie after this masterpiece until now. I don't know if Cameron Bright is the right guy to play Jack's character but I guess he is an option. In my opinion, he looks too old. This short film is a great sample of what a two hours movie could be. Those ugly creatures really scared me and the whole scene looked pretty real. Mathieu Ratthe should definitely get involved in a future project... if there will be one. With all this CGI effects that they could use today, they should really make a movie based on King's book!

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