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The Shawshank Redemption was premiered in the United States on September 23, 1994. This is the best movie that has the highest rating among other best films so it is worthy of inclusion in the Top 250 version IMDb

Your new director Frank Darabont-, low box office that year and the premiere of Forrest Gump were imposed on "The Shawshank Redemption", the film starring Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman. Now, twenty years after its release, the scenario has been saved from collapse that seemed doomed and has become a tourist attraction.

Set in the 40s of last century prison "Shawshank" dominated by Red, is located in Mansfield (Ohio), an operating actual location until 1990. Following the closure of the reformatory
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Other times, the least two good things at once appear. In the year 1994 these two good things were "Forrest Gump" and "The Shawshank Redemption" two shooting stars racing across the sky at night.

As Nadal and Federer, Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo (put well known to all similes), these two films represent that kind of matching genius, fortunately or unfortunately, in the same moment in time. Is the winner? "Forrest Gump," which six statues of Los Angeles was in 1995, while "The Shawshank Redemption" opt in 7 of them, returning empty-handed.

That's life, two of my favorite movies fought unwittingly in a fleeting grief, because with the passage of time good movies always end up valuing, and perhaps that "Shawshank Redemption" is considered the best film ever by the IMDb as well as one of the 10 best according Filmaffinity. I think that says it all.

You will not find better than this prison drama, and from someone who has seen a lot of this kind, a true fan of the genre. Therefore I encourage you also marvel you with this huge projection of the human being, from the depths of his
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Some epic fanfare that feel good to humanity explosions arising in numerous scenes. Other touches "country" of the 50s and 60s I like least, and I think that do not meet their demands.

But without doubt, the best part is the opera that good old Andy Dufresne gives them all inmates by prison Speaker, with those so characteristic clicks of old turntable. For stakeholders, this momentazo magic where time stops in Shawshank is due to a certain Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and is called "The Marriage of Figaro: duettino-Sull'aria".

- Photography and atmosphere (**** out of 5)

Superb photography, images, although in such enclosure, speak volumes without speaking anything. Simply close the bars of a cell, at the beginning of the film, it's magical, powerful, and makes the viewer squarely goal on paper.

We also noticed the memorable scene where time stops and all filled with happiness hear that heavenly music sing those two women in a "rare" language. As Red says: "Good things do not need to

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