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Hotel Artemis is a movie starring Jodie Foster, Sofia Boutella, and Dave Bautista. Set in riot-torn, near-future Los Angeles, 'Hotel Artemis' follows the Nurse, who runs a secret, members-only emergency room for criminals.

Genres
Crime, Thriller, Action, Sci-Fi, Drama
Director
Drew Pearce
Starring
Dave Bautista, Sterling K. Brown, Jodie Foster, Sofia Boutella

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Product details

Genres Crime, Thriller, Action, Sci-Fi, Drama
Director Drew Pearce
Writer Drew Pearce
Stars Dave Bautista, Sterling K. Brown, Jodie Foster, Sofia Boutella
Country USA, UK
Also Known As Hôtel Artemis, Mallon Artemis, Hotel de criminales, Hotell Artemis, ARTEMIS: Žudiku viešbutis, Viesnīca 'Artemīda', ホテル・アルテミス 犯罪者専門闇病院, Hotel Artemis - A bűn szállodája, Khách Sạn Tội Phạm, Artemis: Hotel de Bandidos
Runtime 1 h 34 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description On June 21, 2028, a riot breaks out in Los Angeles over the affordability and availability of water after it is privatized. Taking advantage of the distraction, a four-man crew of brothers Sherman and Lev and miscreants Buke and P-22 rob a bank. Unable to break into the vault, they steal from hostages at the bank, realizing that they were mainly staff of the wealthy sent to deposit valuables into the vault. Lev takes a male hostage's fancy pen despite being warned by the man not to. During their escape, an encounter with the police leaves P-22 dead and Buke and Lev critically wounded. They make their way to the nearby Hotel Artemis, a hotel/hospital that only treats criminals, run by Jean "the Nurse" Thomas. The Hotel only treats members who are paid-up in advance, so Sherman and Lev are allowed in while Buke as a non-member is kicked out by Everest, the Nurse's assistant. At the Hotel are two other guests. Code names for all guests are assigned based on the suite they are occupying. Sherman is code-named Waikiki, and Lev is code-named Honolulu. The other guests are code-named Acapulco, and Nice. The Nurse gets word from criminal Crosby Franklin that his father Orian "The Wolf King" Franklin, is en route and in need of immediate medical attention. Meanwhile, Waikiki catches up with Nice, who has moved on to work internationally while Waikiki has remained Stateside. When he reveals the pen his brother stole during the robbery, Nice explains that the pen is a mobile safe, and unlocks it to show it contains precious diamonds, saying they belong to the Wolf King, and reminding Waikiki that the Wolf King kills anybody who steals from him. To make matters worse, a wounded police officer named Morgan arrives outside begging for medical attention from Thomas..

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Tuesday, 07 Jul 2020 23:52

I didn't expect to like this film, but I did like it. I guess I like the idea of the main character being a drugged out, biker-looking thing. I didn't mind the odd homages to Tarantino's previous work, as it didn't detract from the story. The action is very well done and has the feel of a Tarantino film. The setting is very believable and the characters are great. The main character, a woman named Madison, is a strong, independent woman who is also very good at taking care of herself. She is quite a fighter and is often the one that will be the aggressor in a fight. I found her likable and she does what she needs to do to survive. The villain, played by Stephen Dorff, is played very well. He is portrayed as a cold, cynical, and ruthless individual. He doesn't care what happens to anyone, but he does have some remorse. This makes him very believable. The whole "traitor" aspect of the film, where the people are supposed to think that Madison and her boyfriend are traitors, is very interesting. The first two thirds of the film is very good, as we get to know Madison's character and her boyfriend, and the story moves along quite well. As the story becomes more complex and the story starts to focus more on the main character, the film gets pretty slow and boring. The last third of the film is quite good and is a lot better than the first two thirds. There are some good chase scenes, but not enough to keep the film from being average. Overall, this is a pretty good film and I would recommend it.


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