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Movie Review The Shawshank Redemption with Latest Movie Ratings

Two imprisoned men bond over a number of years, finding solace and eventual redemption through acts of common decency.

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Director: Frank Darabont
Initial Release:  September 10, 1994 
Running Time:  142 minutes. 
Cast:  Tim Robbins, Morgan Freeman, Bob Gunton



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Written by: Celina Saqib

A powerful on screen drama that reminds us, many times in our life things go out of hand and beyond our control but hope is the essence of life that gives our life true meaning and spirit.
The film portrays the story of two imprisoned men (Robbins as Andy Dufresne & Freeman as Ellis ``Red`` Redding) bond over a number of years, finding comfort and eventual repossession through acts of common decency. Andy Dufresne a banker by profession is wrongfully sentenced to severe two lifelong incarcerations for killing his wife and her lover. While trying to establish his place in the jail Andy finds solace in the friendship he forms with fellow inmate, Ellis ``Red`` and gets a prison job complimenting his talent as a banker. Red goes through three appeals and in the third appeal he gets a release. Overtime Andy finds ways to live out life with relative ease as one can in a prison, leaving a message for all of us that while the body may be locked away in a cell, the spirit can never be truly imprisoned. The movie writer very smartly shows the several aspects of life in a prison.
It’s truly a motivational story as it never fails to make you feel better in darkest moments of life and The Shawshank Redemption uplifts you in ways that you can’t find in movies today.

The Film Guide | Movie Review The Shawshank Redemption | Latest Movie Ratings : 4.5/5

4 comments :

  1. Though when he came out of the jail he was almost a very old man . He spent his golden periods of life in that jail . What to do with that hope

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    1. hope of getting out is what we appreciate

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    2. In reality it must be regret to spend a long time in jail without any crime .

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    3. Age is just a number,hope is light it is an essence of life and if Andy is able to get out of jail then you must admit that hope takes him out not regret. Destiny is pretty cruel sometimes ...



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