Some time in the past, I made a publish about films that made individuals indignant and one particular person introduced up The Mist from 2007. Directed by Frank Darabont, The Mist is an adaptation of the Stephen King novella of the identical identify. I discover the film pleasant, however this particular person introduced up the ending of the film, which he/she did not like.
The ending of the film finds our predominant character, David Drayton (Thomas Jane) making an attempt to flee the Mist in a automotive to no avail. To spare the passengers of demise by the Mist creatures, David decides to mercy-kill all of the survivors, together with his personal son. Moments later, the Mist dissipates and the navy arrives to exterminate the creatures. At that second, David realizes if he simply waited for a number of seconds and held out for hope, he and his son would have been saved.
Now I have never learn the unique novella, however I hear the ending of it’s a lot totally different than the film model. However, Stephen King has acknowledged that he [likes](https://www.cinemablend.com/news/1700429/how-stephen-king-feels-about-the-mists-wild-movie-ending) the modified ending calling it “anit-Hollywood” and “nihilistic.” Even so, do you suppose the ending is nice or dangerous as a result of distinction from the supply materials?
Even although this publish is not actually about The Mist as an entire, if you wish to speak about whether or not the film is nice or dangerous with the ending, you are able to do that if you want.