"Coma" is very good and underated 70's classic suspenful thriller starring Michael Douglas and Geneviève Bujold. The film has all the keys for a thriller film, and keeps you in suspense from beginning to end. The main story of "Coma" might look like a movie but certain facts are definately real about this film. If you love 70s films, and love a good suspenseful film to watch at night, I definately recommend this...
Jurassic Park author Michael Crichton adapted Robin Cook's medical suspense novel into this late 70's thriller. For film buffs, you get an early instance of Michael Douglas's dark but heroic turns, a late Richard Widmark role, Rip Torn as a young, rising star and brief roles for Tom Selleck and Ed Harris (Ed Harris's movie debut). The pacing is 70s so some would call it a slow burn, but once the score finally kicks in (nearly 45 minutes in), the flick has good suspense and some good understated tension. 8/10
I must have watched another movie? This got boring and all the thrills have aged badly.
Very good thriller. The coma room in the institute is specially impressive