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This horror film wasn't scary and had such an incredibly dumb concept. I wasted my time watching this.
Steven King adaptations haven't always gone to plan with the exception of the likes of "The Shining, Carrie & Misery to name but a few but John Carpenter's hugely enjoyable "Christine" hits the spot with a fun take on the possessed 1958 Plymouth Fury & Its obsessed owner Arnie (Gordon) as Christine changes, so does Arnie, going from bullied nerd to a new found confidence & arrogance from the influence of Christine.
A blast from the past this horror is worth a killer look at.
Christine isn't the most unpredictable movie in the world and its certainly a bit campy and silly in some places but John Carpenter's efficient direction, the sense of dread, the decent story that's essentially about a toxic relationship and even some nifty practical effects make this a fun adaptation of a notable Stephen King story.
Still so good, after few decades. In my top5 Xmas movies
It's not one of John Carpenter's best movies, but it is still a good movie and worth a watch if you've never seen it.
Viewed as a subpar Stephen King novel, Carpenter does an excellent job of storytelling through characters Arnie (Keith Gordon), Leigh (Alexandra Paul) and Arnie's best buddy, Dennis (John Stockwell).
Watching Arnie's growth into manhood is impressive. Watching Christine morph through her own pothole-filled journey is phenomenal.
Not the best or worst film based on Stephen King's work. Mostly effective geek-gets-revenge tale that may have you treating your own car a little nicer.
Um terror sem uma gota de sangue! Não assusta, diverte! É puro entretenimento! :-D
One of my favourites. Seen is hundreds of times and never good bored. Great soundtrack aswell. 10/10