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Four Rooms (16-Sep-1995)

Directors: Allison Anders; Alexandre Rockwell; Robert Rodriguez; Quentin Tarantino

Writers: Allison Anders; Alexandre Rockwell; Robert Rodriguez; Quentin Tarantino

Music by: Combustible Edison

Producer: Lawrence Bender

Keywords: Comedy, Drama, New Year's Eve, Bellhop, Witch, Anthology

Anthology of four stories by four directors -- The Missing Ingredient, The Wrong Man, The Misbehavers, and The Man From Hollywood. All take place on New Year's Eve at the Mon Signor Hotel, which has seen better days, connected by Tim Roth as bellhop. Not particularly successful; the last two segments are the strongest.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Antonio Banderas
Actor
10-Aug-1960   Zorro
Jennifer Beals
Actor
19-Dec-1963   Flashdance
Lawrence Bender
Film/TV Producer
17-Oct-1957   A Band Apart
Valeria Golino
Actor
22-Oct-1966   Respiro
Kathy Griffin
Actor
4-Nov-1960   Vicki on Suddenly Susan
Salma Hayek
Actor
2-Sep-1966   Frida
Marc Lawrence
Actor
17-Feb-1910 28-Nov-2005 Prolific character actor
Madonna
Singer/Songwriter
16-Aug-1958   Like a Virgin
David Proval
Actor
20-May-1942   Richie on The Sopranos
Tim Roth
Actor
14-May-1961   Pulp Fiction
Ione Skye
Actor
4-Sep-1971   Say Anything
Quentin Tarantino
Film Director
27-Mar-1963   Pulp Fiction
Lili Taylor
Actor
20-Feb-1967   Six Feet Under
Marisa Tomei
Actor
4-Dec-1964   My Cousin Vinny
Tamlyn Tomita
Actor
27-Jan-1966   The Burning Zone
Alicia Witt
Actor
21-Aug-1975   Cecil B. DeMented

CAST

"The Missing Ingredient" -- Allison Anders
Sammi Davis   ...   Jezebel
Amanda de Cadenet   ...   Diana
Valeria Golino   ...   Athena
Madonna   ...   Elspeth
Ione Skye   ...   Eva
Lili Taylor   ...   Raven
Alicia Witt   ...   Kiva
"The Wrong Man" -- Alexandre Rockwell
Jennifer Beals   ...   Angela
David Proval   ...   Sigfried
"The Misbehavers" -- Robert Rodriguez
Antonio Banderas   ...   Man
Lana McKissack   ...   Sarah
Patricia Vonne Rodriguez   ...   Corpse
Tamlyn Tomita   ...   Wife
Danny Verduzco   ...   Juancho
Salma Hayek   ...   TV Dancing Girl
"The Man from Hollywood" -- Quentin Tarantino
Jennifer Beals   ...   Angela
Paul Calderon   ...   Norman
Quentin Tarantino   ...   Chester
Lawrence Bender   ...   Long Hair Yuppie Scum
Kathy Griffin   ...   Betty
Quinn Thomas Hellerman   ...   Baby Bellhop
Marc Lawrence   ...   Sam the Bellhop
Unruly Julie McClean   ...   Left Redhead
Laura Rush   ...   Right Redhead
Paul Skemp   ...   Real Theodore
Marisa Tomei   ...   Margaret
and
Tim Roth   ...   Ted the Bellhop

REVIEWS

Review by Harley (posted on 11-Aug-2007)

Four Rooms is the movie with something for everyone. Theres Witchcraft, Bondage, Bellhops and Violance. It's really a foursome of great directors with Allison Anders, Alexandre Rockwell, Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino. A Film made for latchkey kids and folks that like something more than same old story. As for the actors Tim Roth is amazing, he does it all from being seuduced to threating small children. He does a fine job portraying a loveable bellhop left alone his first nite on the job. Theres an (almost) allstar cast including Antonio Banderas, Madonna, Kathy Griffin, Salma Hayek, Marisa Tomei, Jennifer Beals, and the very sexy Quentin Tarantino. In all this marvous flick will always be a classic and just another spectacular example of what a masterpiece can be created when Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino get together.


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