Stephen King: this ultra popular film from which he left the room before the end

Stephen King: this ultra popular film from which he left the room before the end

Stephen King never minces his words when giving his opinion! On his Twitter account, the famous author revealed that he had left before the end the screening of this film which had been a hit in 2007 at the cinema.

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As a true serial enthusiast, Stephen King likes to share his opinion on social networks. After praising the drama ozark and The Shining Girlsthe American author recently praised the quality of the first seven episodes of Stranger Things. Nevertheless, he had much less appreciated the fact that the series was divided into two parts. “Did I just see the whole season or is it just another one of those two-part seasons? IMHO it sucks”. A criticism to which the Duffer brothers immediately responded, apologizing: “Sorry Uncle Stevie, Episodes 8 and 9 (of Season 4) aren’t finished yet, but we’re working as fast as we can! Glad you enjoyed and understood our super subtle nod to Carrie”. And if the American author never fails to say what he thinks about the series, he also does not mince his words to give his opinion on the films.

Stephen King is not a big fan of the blockbuster transformers

Earlier in the week, novelist Linwood Barclay took to his Twitter account to express his disappointment with the film Jurassic World: The World After. The author wrote: “Jurassic World: The World After has the distinction of being the only film I’ve been out of before the end for years”. In response, Stephen King tweeted: “I left only one film before the end in my adult life: transformers. And when a fan asked him if he was talking about the first feature film in the franchise, the writer simply replied: “Michael Bay. The First”.

An ultra-lucrative franchise signed Michael Bay

If the film with Shia Labeouf and Megan Fox (which is currently available at Prime Video) was not to Stephen King’s liking, it still attracted millions of moviegoers. This success has also given rise to the creation of a film franchise with four other sequels: Transformers 2: Revenge, Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon, Transformers: Age of Extinction and Transformers: The Last Knight. Spin-offs have also emerged: Bumblebee and Transformers: Rise of the Beasts, which will hit theaters in 2023.

Article written in collaboration with 6Médias

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