Ha, definitely. When he was doing his bad guy talk talk talking, it slowed the movie down.
That's really my only complaint. I was hooked right from the beginning and invested. Showing the Jon Hamm shooting scene from different character points of view was really well done. I wasn't sure how everything was going to turn out, which is a plus for me. I do think there was a feeling about the movie of starting with a good, compelling idea and not really knowing how to wrap it up. I was pleased that we got a somewhat upbeat ending since I was not expecting that.
The performances were all good, with Jeff Bridges and Cynthia Erivo standing out. The hotel setting was the best character though - the decor, the jukebox, the musical choices, the creepy peepers' hallway. I guess the moral of the story is: cover your motel room mirrors, people!