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 Post subject: Hotel Artemis: 97 minutes of total garbage
PostPosted: Thu Jun 07, 2018 4:46 pm 
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What Made Jodie Foster Agree to Star in the Worst Movie of the Year?

By Rex Reed • 06/07/18 1:20pm

Jeff Goldblum, Zachary Quinto and Jodie Foster in HOTEL ARTEMIS. Matt Kennedy/Global Road Entertainment

There are bad movies everywhere. And then there is 97 minutes of total garbage called Hotel Artemis. This shoddy, gross, cruel and nauseating freak show is the work of Drew Pearce, a writer of no discernible talent (Iron Men 3, Mission Impossible—Rogue Nation), making an atrocious directing debut. Moronic drivel that truly qualifies as the worst movie of the year, it sinks amateurish moviemaking aimed at audiences with no taste to an alarming new low.

(0/4 stars)
Directed by: Drew Pearce
Written by: Drew Pearce
Starring: Jodie Foster, Jeff Goldblum, Zachary Quinto, Dave Bautista, Sterling K. Brown, Brian Tyree Henry, Sofia Boutella
Running time: 97 mins.

A creepy combo of science fiction and bloody, slashing carnage, it’s set, for some unexplained reason, in 2028—on one busy night in a futuristic Los Angeles reduced to a pile of rubble and corpses, where the citizens are rioting and killing each other over the dwindling water supply. In a world of almost terminal darkness where a flashlight could lead to sudden death, the Hotel Artemis is a deserted building that serves as a Grand Guignol horror show. In this fetid, members-only stinkhole (numerous references are made to the way it smells), wounded outlaws come to be treated for knife slashings, gunshots and worse, in an emergency room for criminals run by an ancient hag called The Nurse, played by none other than—wait for it!—Jodie Foster.

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I bet that this one will turn up in the 'garbage bin' of Prime or Netflix.

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