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Hotel California (2008)

When TROY turned on crime boss DMITRI DEBARTOLLA he was forced to leave Los Angeles and lay low in Miami. After two years, and the loss of his leg in a shootout with a Cuban crime syndicate... See full summary »

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Troy
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Al (as Tyson C. Beckford)
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Pete
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Jessie
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Dmitri
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Hector
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Sal
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Chino (as Noel Guglielmi)
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Yuri
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Danny
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Luci
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Davey
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Noel
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When TROY turned on crime boss DMITRI DEBARTOLLA he was forced to leave Los Angeles and lay low in Miami. After two years, and the loss of his leg in a shootout with a Cuban crime syndicate, Troy returns to LA to reclaim what is rightfully his. A reunion with his former partners in a rundown hotel sets the stage for an explosive encounter where past and present collide. Written by Anonymous

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Loyalty...Betrayal...Revenge.


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Disappointed
5 April 2012 | by See all my reviews

This film could have been way better but Geo Santini has killed the film.

Even if it's not super well written the story is interesting and it's not the worst scenario but the director has just ruined the movie. Indeed, during several scenes, he hops from the current scene to others scenes which happened in the past but using very disappointing techniques.

The dialogs are also very disappointing. I know that this is a movie about drug dealers but I don't think that the characters are forced to say f*** every 2 minutes. Once in a while it's OK but here, it's simply annoying. I mean the actors are fairly good so they could have write better dialogs for them.


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