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Misery Loves Company (2002)

A documentary presenting the behind the scenes of Rob Reiner's classic "Misery", with Reiner himself, Kathy Bates, James Caan, Frances Sternhagen, writer William Goldman, Barry Sonnenfeld (... See full summary »

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A documentary presenting the behind the scenes of Rob Reiner's classic "Misery", with Reiner himself, Kathy Bates, James Caan, Frances Sternhagen, writer William Goldman, Barry Sonnenfeld (the film's cinematographer) presenting their views on the film years later of its release and the impact "Misery" had in their professional lives. Written by Rodrigo Amaro

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This documentary is included on the Special Edition DVD for Misery (1990), released in 2003. See more »

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Making Misery
1 December 2017 | by See all my reviews

Misery Loves Company (2002)

*** (out of 4)

This here is a good making-of featurette for the 1990 film MISERY. What's so good about this thirty-minute documentary is that it features interviews with Rob Reiner, Kathy Bates, James Caan, William Goldman and various others involved with the production of the film. If you're a fan of the film then you'll certainly enjoy this documentary even though it's certainly not ground-breaking nor does it go into every detail about the making of the picture. We get to hear from Reiner on how he got the rights to make the film and then we go into the casting. It was great fun getting to hear from Bates as she talks about getting into a role like this as well as what she didn't like about the violence. All in all this is a fun look at the making of the picture.


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