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About the Movie
A passionate and lurid affair threatens the day-to-day lives of an author (Chris Messina) and an accountant (Marin Ireland) after a one-night stand becomes much more.
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 15
- Fresh: 7
- Rotten: 8
- Average Rating: 6.2/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Rotten: "28 Hotel Rooms" slowly expires for lack of air.
Rotten: Lacking much dramatic or intellectual stimulation, it's ultimately a limp effort.
Fresh: The intimate romantic drama "28 Hotel Rooms" should prove a fine calling card for its first-time writer-director, Matt Ross.
Fresh: A chamber piece rooted in semi-improvisation.
A beautiful depiction of love behind closed doors. Anyone should be able to relate.
Real Story -truthfully acted
This film is a honest portrayal of finding love when the timing just doesn't work. Life brings us to places we don't expect, and despite the plans we make for ourselves, we cannot help the love the appears in unexpected and sometimes inconvenient places.
This film hits on this emotion and struggle clearly and honestly. Messina's acting is heartfelt and real. His work only serves as further justification to the success he has been having in film and television this year.
Sexy, thought provoking and well done
Relationship films that deeply explore the characters' motivations are rare and this film explores this territory extremely well. The writing, directing and acting are exactly right. Messina is especially engaging and present in the film and he is a joy to watch. The directing is smart and allows the viewer to make up their own mind as to the ethical decisions the character's make. There are no right or wrong answers presented and the director certainly doesn't spoon feed you anything (one of my pet peeves). The movie is also delicious to look at- sets and lighting are expertly chosen. The writer/ director obviously has an appreciation and instinct for relationship movies (think Cassavetes) and I look forward to what he does next.