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Four Rooms
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Four Rooms 1995


From Amazon: Don't miss the fun in this hilariously sexy comedy that has Antonio Banderas (THE MASK OF ZORRO), Madonna (EVITA), and a sizzling all-star cast checking in for laughs! It's Ted the Bellhop's (Tim Roth -- PULP FICTION) first night on the job ... and the hotel's very unusual guests are about to place him in some outrageous predicaments! It seems that this evening's room service is serving up one unbelievable happening ... after another! Also featuring Academy Award(R) winner Marisa Tomei (1992 Best Supporting Actress, MY COUSIN VINNY), FOUR ROOMS is a wild night of highly original comedy entertainment you'll enjoy ... without reservations!

Release Date:December 22nd, 1995
MPAA Rating:R
Running Time:98 minutes
Box Office Gross: $4,257,354 (US)
$0 (World)
Directed By:
Quentin TarantinoQuentin Tarantino
No image existsAlexandre Rockwell
Robert RodriguezRobert Rodriguez
No image existsAllison Anders
Written By:
Quentin TarantinoQuentin Tarantino
No image existsAlexandre Rockwell
Robert RodriguezRobert Rodriguez
No image existsAllison Anders
Starring:
Tim RothTim Roth
Antonio BanderasAntonio Banderas
No image existsJennifer Beals
No image existsPaul Calderon
No image existsSammi Davis
No image existsValeria Golino
MadonnaMadonna
No image existsIone Skye
Marisa TomeiMarisa Tomei
No image existsTamlyn Tomita
Bruce WillisBruce Willis
No image existsDavid Proval
Lili TaylorLili Taylor
Alicia WittAlicia Witt
Quentin TarantinoQuentin Tarantino
No image existsAmanda DeCadenet
No image existsDanny Verduzco
No image existsLana McKissack

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Four Rooms Movie Review by Movie Addict (3/29/2008)

Now, this just happens to be the wackiest movie I have ever seen. It was actually four movies in one, but it was still over the top.

Maybe they should have called it Hotel, je t'aime, as it feature four directors: the Grindhouse pair Quenton Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez; Sugar Town and TV director, Allison Anders; and...

(complete Four Rooms review by Movie Addict)


Four Rooms Movie Review by Jessica Film Junkie (3/14/2007)

Ah the dream team. Individually, Tarantino and Rodriguez are brilliant and sometimes they really work well together, but this is sort of a disaster masterpiece.

The idea is to pin a bunch of short films together under the guise that they all occur in the same hotel, involving the same bellhop. It was actually directed...

(complete Four Rooms review by Jessica Film Junkie)


Four Rooms Movie Review by Candi (1/16/2007)

A highly underrated film. You have to have a certain sense of humour to enjoy it, but it's all pretty amazing. The actors do their job well. All the four stories were written out properly and it doesn't dribble on. It gets straight to the point. One laughable story after another. In the good way, of course.

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Four Rooms Movie Review by Jesse (12/15/2006)

A mediocre movie with a large cast. This film was divided into four segments, each of them directed by a different director [Allison Anders, Alexandre Rockwell, Robert Rogriguez and Quentin Tarantino]. The thing with movies that have short segments is that there is no real plot or character development. Tim Roth plays a...

(complete Four Rooms review by Jesse)



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