Dorothy of OZ
All Genres: Family
Release Year: 2008
Director: Dan St. Pierre
Sound: Dolby Digital, DTS, SDDS
Writing by: Adam Balsam – screenplay
Randi Barnes – story adaptation
Produced by: Ryan Carroll – executive producer
James Jones – associate producer
Neil L. Kaufman – executive producer
Bonne Radford – producer
Cast: James Belushi – The Lion
Martin Short – The Jester
Music: Jes Karper John Francis Maher mewithoutYou Psalters
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Plot Outline: A freak storm unleashes a species of blood-thirsty creatures on a small town, where a small band of citizens hole-up in a supermarket and fight for their lives.
Plot: When Mack sees how bad the St Cardinal's netball team is, he decides they need help from an expert. He disguises himself as a Muslim and impresses the girls with his excellent skills!
Movie Quotes: Wayne Jessup: It wasn't my fault!
Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
The end credits begin as the song at the end of the film fades out. As the end credits roll up the screen, the sounds of military vehicles (helicopters, tanks, APCs, etc.) can be heard over the credits.
Goofs: We know about 14 goofs. Here comes one of them:
Errors in geography: The fire engine that drives past the grocery store says “Caddo Parish” on the door. Caddo Parish is not in Maine, where the movie takes place, but in Louisiana (Shreveport) where the movie was filmed.
Trivia: There are 22 entries in the trivia list – like these:
- This isn't William Sadler's first time with The Mist. He played David Drayton in an audio version of the story.
- To help save time on the tight schedule, the producers and director Frank Darabont hired the camera crew from "The Shield" (2002), to shoot the film. This camera crew is able to move fast, due to the hectic TV production schedule. There was an “A” and a “B” unit, which cut down on production time.
- In the opening shot of the film, David is painting in his room. The picture he's drawing is a design from Stephen King's Dark Tower series of the gunslinger Roland. Another design in the room is that of the poster of John Carpenter's The Thing (1982). John Carpenter also wrote and directed The Fog (1980), which shares obvious themes with the Mist.