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The Tomatometer is 60% or higher.
The Tomatometer is 59% or lower.
Movies and TV shows are Certified Fresh with a steady Tomatometer of 75% or higher after a set amount of reviews (80 for wide-release movies, 40 for limited-release movies, 20 for TV shows), including 5 reviews from Top Critics.
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A bore for half the movie until the torture and the plot kicks in. But you don?t care for any of the characters and the torture of hostel is way too short considering that is the selling point, and most entertaining, part of this movie.
At it's core it's about losing your purpose in life due to the inherent violence of humanity. It doesn't always communicate it's point as well as it possibly could, but it manages to balance it's horror and absurdist black humor well enough that for those who are able to stomach it's gore it's definitely still worth the watch.
I watched Hostel 1 to 3 on Amazon Prime back to back on same day. Part 1 sets the stage for you. Part 2 is a direct sequel to Part 1 with little twists, and part three is stand alone story with even more unexpected twists in the story. Super explicit nudity, gore and violence.
The Film Makes The Audience Very Uncomfortable.... I Do not want to travel to foreign countries after watching this film...The Main Character was very likable, and his friends were very.....detachable... not as gruesome as i expected... but it is different.. and a very likable title.
"Hostel" offers plenty of graphic scenes of sex and drug use followed by torturous violence, but next to nothing in terms of compelling characters and plot. Then again, true fans of the splatter genre won't really care.
Filme bom. Mas faltou ser mais detalhado. Tudo passa muito rápido como se o a Eli Roth estivesse com pressa para faze-lo. Recomendo assisti-lo com amigos por ser mais divertido assim. Assistir sozinho faz ter alguns momentos meio entediantes. Não é um filme ruim nem um filme ótimo. Simples e "Normal".