Movie review: Dr. Sleep (2019)
I read the book two months before seeing the movie and was happier than a vampire tick on a rhino's butt I did. The story line felt choppy. Maybe if I hadn't read the book I wouldn't have noticed.
Somewhere in the middle of the movie, while shifting my weight from left to right butt cheek, I imagined how a person who hadn't read the book could follow this story. If you're going to watch this at a theater, do yourself a favor and scan the Cliff's Notes version of the book before you go.
Rose the Hat should be supernatural evil wrapped in a beautiful body. In the movie, the beauty bit hit the mark, but Rose the Hat seemed a bit more impish than Nosferatu-ish, although the actress delivered perfervid performances in several exhilarating scenes. In fact, most of the actors and actresses were great.