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Aisha Hinds
Review: 'Under the Dome' seems in a rush to tell a good story
Review: 'Under the Dome' seems in a rush to tell a good story

You'd think it would be easy to adapt Stephen King to film or television, but history has proven otherwise. King's work is as much about mood as it is monsters, and that's a tough combo. For every masterpiece ("The Shining," "Carrie," "Misery"), there's a mess ("Christine," "Children of the Corn," "Bag of Bones"). Still, my own deep and abiding love for King began with television; my friends and I watched the 1979 miniseries "Salem's Lot" literally on the edge of our seats, pillows in hand for the moments when we Could Not Bear to watch. So there are worries and expectations for "Under the...

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