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Movie Info & Cast
- Ewan McGregor
- Rebecca Ferguson
- Kyliegh Curran
- Cliff Curtis
- Zahn McClarnon
- Emily Alyn Lind
- Selena Anduze
- Robert Longstreet
- Carel Struycken
- Catherine Parker
Did You Know?
- John Cusack had expressed interest in playing adult Danny Torrence.
- When Dan returns to the room his family stayed in at the Overlook, he sees the bathroom door Jack hacked open with the axe and puts his face in the axed open panel, reenacting the iconic "Here's Johnny" shot. However, in The Shining, Jack hacked both upper panels of the door to try and get to Wendy, not just the one.
- Abra Stone: You're magic. Like me
- Danny Torrance: You need to listen to me. The world's a hungry place. A dark place. I've only met two or three people like us. They died. When I was a kid, I bumped into these things. I don't know about magic. I, I always called it "the shining."
Atom User Reviews
#19 will forever be etched into my head. That scene left me shaking with tears pouring down my face.. Poor baseball boy...
another film well delivered and great ending! go and watch this everyone
Flanagan brings enough smarts and soul to the flawed, fascinating Doctor Sleep that he manages to escape The Shining’s shadow mostly unscathed.
Like HBO’s new Watchmen series, Flanagan’s Doctor Sleep doesn’t simply rehash its source material, and instead uses its characters, setting, and themes in smart and novel ways.
It doesn’t have Jack Nicholson, Stanley Kubrick or even much of the Overlook Hotel, but Rebecca Ferguson and other good actors provide some shine of their own in Doctor Sleep, a drawn-out and seldom pulse-quickening follow-up to The Shining that still has enough going on to forestall any audience slumber.