Stranded in the middle of nowhere, Megan Walsh and her friends are forced to spend the night in an abandoned roadside motel. Little do they know the crumbling structure is haunted by the spirits of vengeful little ghost named Angela. As the haunting turns violent and the group's number dwindles, Megan realizes that the key to her survival lies in uncovering the secrets of the motel's tortured past. And even that might not be enough to save her.Written by
Kyle, slow down! She said she was sick.
Look, I'm feeling sick too, all right? Now everyone shut the fuck up and let me concentrate!
Will you please be careful?
Listen, Rachel, we know it's your dad's shitty RV! We've heard it a million fucking times!
Well, this should be a fun weekend.
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No Tell? No problem, I am sure no one will hear about this...
I must admit that the poster/cover for "No Tell Motel" did catch my attention and it was what made me sit down to watch it. Although now I really wish I hadn't. This movie was a complete waste of time in my opinion.
The story is not really particularly great, and it lacks appeal and lacks the ability to captivate the audience. The story seems to be forced together by odd bits and pieces, mixed together with a ghostly little girl. The storyline is somewhat skittish and jumpy, which doesn't really work out to anyone's favor.
As for the characters, well I will say that they were one-dimensional and lacking personality and any kind of magnetism to make you really care about them. They are too generic and shallow, which makes you just shrug on the shoulders whenever something happens to them in the movie. I am sure that the various actors and actresses are good enough on their own accounts, but the characters they had to work with in this movie did them no justice.
Scary moments? Well you have to look long and far for them in this movie, because there weren't any. And as a matter of fact, there were even close to nothing thrilling in the movie as well. "No Tell Motel" is a fairly tame experience for a horror movie, and there are far better ghost movies out there for your viewing pleasure.
"No Tell Motel" was somewhat of a struggle to get through, and more than once I found my attention drifting else where and my eyelids growing surprisingly heavy. This is not really worth the time or effort, unless you have absolutely nothing else to watch, or if you are a hardcore fan of someone on the cast list.
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