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The Sad Reality Of Promiscuity Or Something Undefined!
28 Hotel Rooms starts as it intrigues. The title itself is kinda kinky. So does the sequences. More than 40% of the movie is either sex, blunt nudity and laziness.
Chris Messina is dapper as he perfectly portrays the role of a new writer who has just entered the business, while Miss Ireland acts dumb till the climax. Her sleek bod was a ten-o-ten for the role. The chemistry between them is far-fetched and is authentic but the screenplay sometimes goes into monotony and although it is related, I yawned thrice or twice. Conversations go boring through the middle as the story suffocates 'tself to advance. And finally, when it advances, it a chilled climax rather than one would expect after all those heated, naughty bedroom encounters.
One should expect lots of sex, nudity (top-to-toe) and conversational prose in this honest movie as the hard-ons and orgasms and the emotions are true to be reel. It is little boring to spend 80 minutes watching a perhaps known story where they tried to add some erotica but fail... utterly.
BOTTOM LINE: It is not a must-watch, but if you find to get the DVD, you may give it a try because somewhere between the lines, there is a message about adultery/promiscuity hidden.
Can be watched with a typical Indian family? NO
Language: Mediocre | Sex: Very Critical | Nudity: Infinity | Alcohol: Critical | Smoking: No | Drugs: No | Vulgarity: Strong | Violence: Mild | Gore: No
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