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Four Rooms 1995

Four interlocking tales that take place in a fading hotel on New Year's Eve...

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Solar rating:8.1


Imdb rating:6.7


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Impossibly great cast. Slapstick at its worse and really funny most of the time. Look at the year they made this one. Awesome 8/10.
no holds barred, knock out, spit on yourself funny...loved it
a entertaining movie, but i would have definately expected more from such a cast an directors.
all of Quentin Tarantino's movies are pure genious especialy kill bill allthough the blood splater is fake its still an amzing movie i give this one a 10 out of ten for sure i also loved kill bill 2 i thought it was even better then the first it is an amazing movie its more of a classic quentin tarantino movie defintly see it :fresh:
Genre: Comedy/Drama
MPAA: Rated R for pervasive strong language, sexuality and some drug use
Runtime: 98 minutes
Plot Summary: This movie features the collaborative directorial efforts of four new filmmakers, each of whom directs a segment of this comedy. It's New Year's Eve at the Mon Signor Hotel, a former grand old Hollywood hotel, now fallen upon hard times. Often using physical comedy and sight gags, this movie chronicles the slapstick misadventures of Ted, the Bellhop. He's on his first night on the job, when he's asked to help out a coven of witches in the Honeymoon Suite. Things only get worse when he delivers ice to the wrong room and ends up in a domestic argument at a really bad time. Next, he foolishly agrees to watch a gangster's kids for him while he's away. Finally, he finishes off the night refereeing a ghastly wager. - IMDB

The Missing Ingredient - 1/2*
Written and Directed by Allison Anders
The only saving grace to this first segment is the introduction to Ted the Bellhop. Tim Roth uses extreme physical comedy, offering this tale's only laughs. Once you see Madonna, start fast forwarding - just do it.

The Wrong Man - *
Written and Directed by Alexandre Rockwell
I hate this one too, but I have to admit it is, at least, almost watchable compared to the first. Roth is very funny during the first few minutes, but it just goes downhill; he starts to get a little annoying. But not as annoying as Jennifer Beals - just start fast forwarding when they start talking about Ted's "cock." Unless you want to hear a million slang names for it.

The Misbehavers - ***
Written and Directed by Robert Rodriguez
A name we recognize. He directed Desperado, also starring Antonio Banderas. This is the first segment that doesn't solely rely on Tim Roth to be funny. Banderas, the kids, and the situation are all great. Antonio calls the Bellhop to watch the kids while he and his wife go out - Ted the Bellhop agrees. Don't want to give anything away, because this one is actually worth watching. It is obviously the best one. Just sort of sad that it is the third one in the movie. Since the first two are so bad, others may find this one tedious as well. But if you watch the third alone, it is very funny.

The Man From Hollywood - **1/2
Written and Directed by Quentin Tarantino
A suitable ending to a tediously terrible comedy. The last two parts work enough on their own to be alright, but after the first two, it is all just so uninvolving and boring. It's no wonder that its first screening at the Toronto Film Festival was met to such poor reviews. The film was subsequently cut an additional 20 minutes to help the film flow a bit more. After viewing it (I saw it years ago as well), it is impossible to imagine it any longer. It is that bad.

Overall, it is worth a DVD rental for Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino fans. Just watch their segments with enough time in between, because the last will become boring otherwise. This is the worst thing Quentin has ever been involved in - even haters of Jackie Brown would agree.

If you like Four Rooms, you might also like...
- From Dusk Till Dawn (Robert Rodriguez, 1996) - Two brother criminals and their hostages encounter vampires at a Mexican bar. - IMDB
- Spy Kids (Robert Rodriguez, 2001) - The children of secret-agent parents must save them from danger. - IMDB
Some twisted comedy for sure, but I liked it. Especially the last two episodes with Antonio Banderas and Quentin Tarantino.
Not much to say. Worth seeing. A fun time.

I loved this movie. It contains 4 scenes/ situations that the bellboy gets into. Each histerically funny. I love the 3rd one with Antontio Bandaras. I would definately watch it.
A slapdash ensemble comedy that, like "Twilight Zone: The Movie" and "Boccaccio '70," features several segments each helmed by a different filmmaker. Unfortunately, the gimmick backfires. The opening segments by Allison Anders and Alexandre Rockwell are absolutely dreadful; the third installment, by Robert Rodriguez, is hilarious and well-crafted dark comedy; Quentin Tarantino's segment is only okay, with QT himself hamming it up in front of the camera in a chapter that is surprisingly bland.
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