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Four Rooms had good potential and a story that sucked me in.
The two stars and half are only for the last part, "the man of Hollywood"
really really funny- but have to watch it more than once to really come through
Nice film. Clever and quirky - very 90's in a good way. Lovely Tim Roth performance channeling Chaplin. Maddona is in it but don't worry! not for long and she looks beautiful .
Underrated film. The last two skits, especially Tarantino's were absolutely brilliant while the first two arguably weren't so. The main problem with this movie is the shift in tone between scenes written directed by different people, but overall, it's good fun.
"There's a dead WHORE in the mattress!"
They had four chance, four cases, four jokes, how much should it hurt when none of them works.
Split into four parts, none of the writer-directors and all of them are taking responsibility of this swing and a miss. And irony is that this anthology focuses on that very subject. The introduction, the tease, the troubles and the golden parts of this phenomenon; the opportunity. And going through this whole fiasco is Tim Roth in the lead whose physical comic language is much more powerful than the verbal comic timing. To be fair, he isn't given the ultimate lines to swoop in the room with his charms. If anything the actors he shares the screen with are the ones with all the guns in their pockets and as a result Roth gets to play with the reactions and you can base his entire performance on that.
And as far as acts are concerned, the first one is basically a punchline of the joke that it executes on a screen like some serious arthouse gloomy drama. And to be honest, I did find the bravery impressive. And if we are talking about impressive things, I loved how many double entendres could the tied up girl name in its second act which again, had the best part in its last moment. After a not-so-great start, the film collapses completely when its third and questionable act kicks in.
Most probably because it is based on the fact that the kids breaking the rules or more accurately doing what adults do, ought to be funny or interesting or even edgy. Not that there was any hope left then, but the final act of Quentin Tarantino does rattle us with its unique theme. That being, out of this Four Rooms, Tarantino breathes meaning into the conversation that is framed as a war field and just like it, it is well choreographed, in sync with a plan and is fueled by complete dose of madness shot left and right.
14% that's insane this movie is great stop being bitches.
For rooms and four directors, each granted their own creative freedom, yet the stories are tied together by the common character of the bell boy being thrown from room to room, unexpected situation to unexpected situation. This film appealed to me both for its artsy quality as well as for its entertainment value.
Like the movie! Its not bad at all