Jacob's Review of Four Rooms
I'm not sure if Tim Roth was miscast as much as the character of the bellhop just felt off due to the way he was written. I felt he was written as a hyper slapstick character with a Mr. Bean-esque preference to stay silent. Which just sets a weird tone for this movie as a whole. While the strongest segment over all is Tarantino's, Robert Rodriguez's segment has some of the most memorable moments--even though the whole "kids" theme was my least favorite. The first two segments are probably the worst of the lot, though aren't as bad as other reviews try to paint them as. The first one, especially, with its faux-Sabrina the Teenage Witch undertones was fairly amusing, plus there was T&A to boot.