Doctor Sleep

Movie • 2019 • Thriller  Report
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
No, but someone tells about a dead (decomposing) buck he once saw a couple a days after having shot it. I believe a cat and some flies are the only animals seen in the movie.
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
As far as I remember, there are no dogs in the movie. I believe a cat and some flies are the only animals seen in the movie.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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There is one scene where Billy describes hunting, injuring and killing a deer.
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
No, but a man tells about having hunted and shot a deer that died from the wound (not right away, so it suffered for a while, possibly many hours). I believe a cat and some flies are the only animals seen in the movie.
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
I don't think there are any dogs in the movie. I believe a cat and some flies are the only animals seen in the movie.
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
There are no horses in the movie. I believe a cat and some flies are the only animals seen in the movie.
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WuSamClan
A pet cat lives at the nursing home and is totally fine throughout
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
None seen close up.
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ilsafaust
A character's name is 'Snakebite Andi'
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crabby
alcoholism is a problem the main character struggles with, and it is assumed that a woman he is involved with at the beginning of the film is addicted to hard drugs.
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ilsafaust
Scenes with cocaine
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IndigoBlue14
Alcoholism is a huge theme throughout the movie. It is portrayed quite sensitively, but there are numerous scenes in Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, and a couple of moments where a character looks at a bottle of alcohol and struggles with their addiction.
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MorganAnderson
A character cuts a man's face with a nail clipper to make two small cuts
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invadermac
A young boy (Baseball Boy) is tortured to death very graphicly
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ilsafaust
A character's hand is stuck in a drawer and there is blood.
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atthehuskinbee
There's a dream sequence where Abra's eyes are missing, leaving bare sockets. There's no gore or anything graphic with this, but it is unsettling.
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
No, but someone is shot with a shotgun, the bullet entering below the chin and exiting through the top of their skull. It's surprisingly un-gory.
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
Yes. ---------- MAJOR SPOILER ---------- SPOILER ------------- SPOILER -------------- SPOILER ----------- It happens very near the end of the movie. We see the person surrounded by flames (apparently feeling no pain or discomfort), but then the camera cuts away, so we don't see them burning or hear them screaming. We only see the burning building from a distance while it happens.
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
Not a seizure, but what may be described as seizure-like symptoms.
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IndigoBlue14
A very unpleasant crush injury takes place to someone's hand which could well be broken bones.
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
Not in the usual sense. There are characters who are described as eating people, but what they really do is suck the life force from dying persons in the form of steam.
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Dudeinthewater
Baseball boy. Dies a very horrific, realistic and slow death. Can be very traumatic for people who are sensitive to seeing a child being hurt.
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CatlynBrady
kidnapping is a prominent theme in this film
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
I don't think so. A toy rabbit belonging to a girl in her early teens is injected with drugs/poison (I know, it sounds ridiculous), but it happens according to the girl's own plan, and it doesn't make her sad.
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livebackwards
A parent is murdered off-screen by a member of the True Knot. We see his bloody corpse with a knife sticking out of his chest. The ghost of the main character's father is also encountered a few times near the end.
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SamhainStranger
The possession here is primarily benign.
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cassandrasaurusrdr
There are many ghosts throughout, including the very disturbing bathtub lady from The Shining right in the beginning of the film.
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
Yes, but it's actually not that bad. I'm pretty sensitive to jump scares, and I only jumped a little, and only once.
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
Solid, creepy ghost sitting in tub. The water isn't turned on. I'm not sure if there's any water in the tub; it's hard or impossible to see from the angle it's filmed from.
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
No farts. Dunno about spitting.
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cornixregina
Multiple times. 1. Roughly 12 minutes in when Dan wakes up there's vomit shown next to woman who he was with then he runs into toilet and vomits (audio and body language only) 2. I don't know the time but you can see it coming it's when Dan and Billy go to dig up a body and Billy vomits when he sees the dead body (visual and audio) and Dan gags/coughs/covers mouth but doesn't vomit. Also there is talk about a character using an emetic but this is not shown.
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CatlynBrady
No, but being institutionalized is referenced multiple times as a "bad thing"
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ilsafaust
A character works at a hospice and there are 3 scenes with patients.
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ilsafaust
It is offscreen and implied that a character's grandmother is sick.
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SamhainStranger
The young boy very clearly has an upsetting panic episode prior to and during his death. This is prolonged and painfully realistic, so take care while watching.
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
A dead person is dug up, having been buried without a coffin or a shroud. Although the person is dead, seeing the face and parts of the body stick out from the ground as the diggers reach the person can trigger claustrophobia.
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MorganAnderson
It was a forced suicide like under the influence of the shining
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
Not in the normal sense, but there's a character who supernaturally compels people to do/feel/believe what she wants them to. "You believe me" - "I believe you." Oh, and at one point a character says "No one told you that [...]", when in fact she herself told the other person exactly that, just in a different way. And the original lie had huge consequences for the person being lied to. So I guess that's gaslighting?
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
Someone is supernaturally compelled to shoot themselves through the head. Someone else has to hurt her hand very badly in order to free herself. There are several alcoholics who are more or less ruining or have more or less ruined their own lives by drinking. Otherwise, I don't think so. There's nothing like, say, cutting because of mental/emotional anguish, i.e. no self-harm in the clinical sense.
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CatlynBrady
slight strobing during a scene in the hotel
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niko2002
There is a naked women but no sexual content involving her
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
No, but some people are assaulted, tortured, held down and killed, and some of the people who do it act somewhat as if they're feeling sexual pleasure.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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BellsOfNevermore
One of the protagonists is a biracial girl in her teens. Her father is murdered, (he's African-American), but it isn't at the very beginning.
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crabby
as far as we know, no one in the story is LGBT. we never have that confirmed for us.
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
"Bitch" is said more than once.
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crabby
it ends on a soft note, but some people may not consider it a wholly "happy" ending.
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ilsafaust
A character not wearing a seatbelt crashes a car into a tree
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crabby
children are harmed in this movie, but no child is abused directly by a parental figure in the typical way that would lead to this question getting a 'yes' answer.
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crabby
^ it's the same scene from the first movie, the Shining.
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crabby
a car is made to veer off the road, it crashes, and someone dies as a result.
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SamhainStranger
There is a standoff with multiple guns and multiple deaths due to them. The graphic nature of this scene varies, but the finale is particularly upsetting.
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MajaLouiseVesterdorfLange
Old people wheezing and maybe gasping for air a bit just before dying.
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swchristina952012
No, but there is a huge falling scene of Rose’s essence being thrown across the universe, back into her body. Her body writhes around as if she’s falling to her death.
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