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No Vacancy (1999)

Cast: Ryan Bollman, Ryan Bollman, Lolita Davidovich, more...
Director: Marius Balchunas, Marius Balchunas
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Studio: Lions Gate
Genre: Comedies, Independent
Running Time: 83 min.
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The doors are opened on a group of misfits living in a seedy motel on the edge of Los Angeles in the comedy No Vacancy. At the run-down Pink Motel, the owner (Joaquim de Almeida) is furious with his daughter when he finds out she's been sleeping with her boyfriend. This doesn't make her very different from most of the people staying at his establishment, where attractive young women wake up with men they don't recall meeting, sleazy guys cavort with hookers, and most of the tenants are ready to clobber each other. The cast includes Christina Ricci, Lolita Davidovich, Gabriel Mann, Steven Schub and Robert Wagner. No Vacancy was screened at the 1999 Los Angeles Independent Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide

GreenCine Member Reviews

Worth watching by helsin99 March 22, 2005 - 1:54 PM PST
1 out of 2 members found this review helpful
Light hearted feel good movie complete with a zapped cat. Quick moving, never gets slow or too serious. Great cast and characters keep things interesting. A good pick.

Keep Moving by mjeanes November 30, 2004 - 8:09 AM PST
2 out of 2 members found this review helpful
I realize that not all indie cinema is masterful art, but this was simply a bad movie. Imagine an over-stylized, under-written, over-acted attempt at a clever mixed up narrative about people you don't care about mixing it up in a shady motel and you get the general idea of what is in store here. There are far too many characters for any of them to be gotten right, and the resolution of the various story arcs is just dumb. The film ends with a bad gag of a cat getting electrocuted--retribution for some cat poop gags earlier in the film. Avoid this one.

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