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(99135) 7.4 152 min 2019

Doctor Sleep is a movie starring Ewan McGregor, Rebecca Ferguson, and Kyliegh Curran. Years following the events of "The Shining," a now-adult Dan Torrance must protect a young girl with similar powers from a cult known as The True...

Ewan McGregor, Kyliegh Curran, Rebecca Ferguson, Cliff Curtis
Fantasy, Drama, Thriller, Horror
Mike Flanagan

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Fantasy, Drama, Thriller, Horror
Director Mike Flanagan
Writer Stephen King, Mike Flanagan
Stars Ewan McGregor, Kyliegh Curran, Rebecca Ferguson, Cliff Curtis
Country Canada, USA, UK
Also Known As Доктор Сан, Doktor Spánok, Doctor Sleeps Erwachen, Δόκτωρ Ύπνος, Doktors Miegs, Doktor Spánek, Doutor Sono, Doctor Sleep: Ký Ức Kinh Hoàng, Doktor San, Stephen Kings Doctor Sleeps Erwachen, Álom doktor, Doktor Sleep, Tohtori Uni, Docteur Sleep, Doktor Sen, Doctor Sueño, An mian yi sheng, 安眠醫生, On min yi sang, Stephen King's Doctor Sleep, ドクター・スリープ, Doktor Uyku
Runtime 2H 32M
Description Still tormented by the past's uncomfortable memories, decades after surviving the harsh winter at the Overlook Hotel in The Shining (1980), it's only natural that a now-sad Dan Torrance has grown up into an alcoholic and a drifter. However, after managing for years to suppress his rare gift, Dan decides to put "The Shining" to good use as the local hospice's benevolent "Doctor Sleep"; and before he knows it, he makes contact with Abra Stone: a young girl with far more superior shining abilities. But, their strong telepathic bond attracts the attention of the semi-eternal psychic vampire, Rose the Hat, and her marauding gang of followers known as "The True Knot", who prey on the innocent, and feed off the effervescent essence of pain. Now, once more, the restless and famished spirits of Colorado's snow-capped purgatory in the mountains invite Dan over for one last winter. Does Danny dare to return to Room 237?

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Wednesday, 28 Oct 2020 21:23

There are two kinds of movie makers, and it is either the old-fashioned of Hitchcock or the modernist of Kubrick. While the former has a great "spine-tingling" effect and is as necessary to the narrative as the music, it is not so important to the story and it is a more "political" film than the other two. The director of the classic films, that is to say a film maker who is a master of the cinematographic technique and who knows how to make a good film, comes to mind. Of course, "2001" was a classic, but what a boring movie that is. So many great movies have been made by directors who are not able to make a great film. Of course, the reason is that they are not so good at what they do, and they either have no imagination or simply don't know how to do it well. For example, I would like to point out another great film maker, the one who makes the most spectacular films, in my opinion, and who has won many international awards. That man is Stanley Kubrick, and he did not know how to make a good film until after he had made this film. It is an absolute "masterpiece", of which the director is talking about how it is the best film he ever made. "2001" is not really a great film in my opinion. I think it is good for people who like good films, but I would not recommend it for those who are looking for an interesting story, because it is not good for that. However, there are other great films, and if one is looking for a great film, he should see "The Shining" instead of "2001", because Kubrick did not make a great film, but he did make an interesting one. If you like Kubrick films, I recommend "Dr. Sleep", because it is a great film, a true masterpiece. I give it 8/10.
Tuesday, 25 Aug 2020 04:12

I'm giving this a 10 because it is very well made, and I really liked the photography. But, it is very much a horror film. I am also glad to have read that the production team has not had to use 3D, because I don't think they would have been able to achieve the same effects as they did in this film. The reason I was reluctant to see this film was the fact that I thought it would be just another B-Movie. It is true that the script was terrible. The entire script seemed like a cheap, corny comic book. But, if you are a fan of the genre, you'll enjoy it. It has some good moments, and some good scares, and some good acting. The production and the cinematography are just awesome. I thought the opening credits were beautiful. There is nothing to complain about in this film. This is definitely a movie to watch, and if you like the genre, you should definitely check it out. If you don't like the genre, I can't see why you wouldn't enjoy it. It is a fun, action-filled horror movie that will leave you satisfied. I would say this is a great choice for the Halloween season. I also liked the acting in this film. You can't go wrong with Jennifer Tilly, who is quite a good actress, and Jamie Kennedy, who does a great job. They have done a good job with the script, and I think they did a great job with the direction. I just thought the story was kind of weak, but it could have been better. I don't think the director was very good, and I am not sure why the production team had to use 3D, because I didn't think it was necessary. I think it could have been better if they had used traditional effects. But, it is a film to watch, and I would recommend it to everyone. 8/10
Thursday, 20 Aug 2020 14:16

The film opens with a closeup of a dead body and we're soon introduced to the town of Sweetwater, Alabama. As it turns out, the dead man is in fact a fallen angel, and the town is about to get hit with an angel meteor shower. Some of the townspeople, including the local Sheriff, are skeptical of the meteor shower, but one of the town's most prominent citizens, Alvin Rockwell (Clint Eastwood), decides to go on the trip to see what's really going on. Along the way, Alvin meets an unlikely stranger who seems to know a lot more about the meteor shower than he let on. He's a reporter named Edna (Kathy Bates), who has been living in the town for the past year. The story does start to take a few twists and turns, and one of them is when Edna and Alvin end up taking a journey to the bottom of the meteor shower. What happens there is one of the most intense and frightening scenes I have ever seen in a horror film. That scene is almost impossible to describe without spoiling it, but the impact is enough to make you feel like you've just witnessed a heart-stopping sequence. I don't want to give anything away, but I will say that the rest of the film is just as intense, if not more so. When you think about it, the story in this film is pretty unique. Most of the horror films out right now are about the murders being perpetrated by the serial killer, and the victims being the victims. They're not monsters, they're just people. This film on the other hand, takes the serial killer and turns him into a monster. The fact that the serial killer has been turned into a monster, is just chilling, to say the least. The way that the director, Chris Columbus, handles the film is incredible. I have to give the director credit for making the serial killer and the townspeople as two completely different characters. The scenes between the two characters, are very realistic. The serial killer, in the film, is a twisted and psychotic person, and his interactions with Alvin, are very believable. The characters are extremely interesting, and I can't wait to see the director's next film. The performances in this film are also amazing. Eastwood plays the character of Alvin Rockwell really well, and he really does a great job. Bates is also great, as the reporter, but she's more of a character that you really empathize with. Bates also does a great job in the scene where she meets the serial killer. All in all, this is one of the best horror films I've ever seen. I've been waiting for the director's next film, and I can't wait to see what he's made next.

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