Coma (1978)

Directed by Michael Crichton


You know that thing where you want to revisit a favorite from childhood, but you’re a little hesitant because you don’t know how it’ll hold up and you don’t want to sully the fond memories? While Coma is a pretty lightweight little thriller that smacks hard of 1978 in virtually every way, it’s still a really compelling story with some pretty unforgettable imagery and heart-pounding sequences. File under: good movies for plane rides so nearby passengers don’t have to see decapitated heads or disembodied hands murdering scantily-clad teens.

— B

My rating: 7/10

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