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0 out of 2 people found the following review useful:

At Least 22 Rooms Too Many

2/10
Author: hjames-97822 from United States
28 June 2015

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

This thing has one major flaw. It goes on far, far to long. his would have made a decent indie short. As it is, it turns into "another tryst another bed." Boring! In one scene the director actually fast forwards through and entire room stay by this couple, and it was surprisingly refreshing. They all start to look the same. They meet. They chat. They have sex. They order room service. They chat. Then it's usually back to the rack. At one point we are entertained with a scene in which he is painting her toenails. Sorry. Not worth the price of the rental.

As the scenes progress the sex gets a bit more inventive, including a rather silly nude scene on a balcony. Of course as time and rooms pass we learn more about their real lives outside adultery. They really seem to have little regard for those aspects of their lives so I don't much care either.

Messina fans will be pleased. There's a lot of him naked including some frontal shots. (Nothing to write home about, as they say.) Frankly before it was even half over I just didn't care about these characters or even these two actors. You can only watch so many fake orgasms before you've simply had enough. If I never see either of them naked again it will be fine.

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0 out of 4 people found the following review useful:

Good story, low budget, strange approach.

5/10
Author: antonio266
14 December 2014

The story is fine. There are only two characters in the entire movie, don't expect a big production. Filmed out of a holiday inn in Canada.

The story is fine. There are only two characters in the entire movie, don't expect a big production. Filmed out of a holiday inn in Canada. The story is fine. There are only two characters in the entire movie, don't expect a big production. Filmed out of a holiday inn in Canada. The story is fine. There are only two characters in the entire movie, don't expect a big production. Filmed out of a holiday inn in Canada. The story is fine. There are only two characters in the entire movie, don't expect a big production. Filmed out of a holiday inn in Canada. The story is fine. There are only two characters in the entire movie, don't expect a big production. Filmed out of a holiday inn in Canada.

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1 out of 8 people found the following review useful:

A Movie Based on a Screen Writer's Class Exercise?

5/10
Author: cseon from United States
7 September 2013

This Slice of Life film seems to have been pieced together from the submissions of a 28-student class of fledgling Screen Writers. Each scene has the same framework, which identifies the requirements of the screen writing teacher. From that point on, each Student is given the freedom to flesh out their scene as they see fit in order to make each of them unique in some fashion. The Casting Director was lucky to cast a pair of actors who have the skill and experience necessary to fulfill each of the student screen writer's dialog and directions. However, the way the scenes are pieced together make the 82 Minute length seem like the film is dragging in some scenes.

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9 out of 25 people found the following review useful:

The Sad Reality Of Promiscuity Or Something Undefined!

4/10
Author: Tejas Nair from the Entertainment Capital of India
30 March 2013

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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