19:19, Abbey Lee, Alex McGregor, Claudia Kim, Crimson King, Fantasy 2017 Warner Bros, Fran Kranz, Idris Elba, Jackie Earle Haley, Jose Zuniga, Ka, Ka-tet, Karl Thaning, Katheryn Winnick, Matthew McConaughey, Michael Barbieri, Nicholas Hamilton, Nikolaj Arcel, Stephen King, The Dark Tower, Tom Taylor
The trailer was made a mistake: the drawing that Jack give to Roland, when they meet the first time, in the trailer is not the same drawing as it is in the movie.
Those who read the novels of the series “La Torre Nerra” will be disoriented by this movie, too short for the film to tell everything and some basic characters are missing.
I understand the choice to “synthesize” the story to make the plot understandable even to those who have not read books, but maybe it would have been better to tell it than more one movie, as it was done with Lord of the Rings.
The beginning of the film is diabolical, typical of Stephen King: to make the writing written down by a small turtle “Tet Corporation” with a red rose between the two words.
I found it brilliant and a nice greeting of Stephen King to his readers.
To get home I took the train on the subway at 19:19.
Details, of course, or… Ka?