Set in riot-torn, near-future Los Angeles, HOTEL ARTEMIS is an original, high-octane action-thriller starring Jodie Foster as The Nurse, who runs a secret, members-only hospital for criminals. Jodie Foster is joined by an all-star cast that includes Sterling K. Brown, Sofia Boutella, Jeff Goldblum, Brian Tyree Henry, Jenny Slate, Zachary Quinto, Charlie Day, and Dave Bautista.
No guns. No cops. No killing the other patients.. Los Angeles, June 21st, 2028. While the streets are being torn apart by riots, the Nurse, who runs a clandestine hospital for criminals in the penthouse of the Artemis, a closed old hotel, has a rough night dealing with troublemaker clients: thieves, assassins, someone from the past and the one who owns the place and the whole city.. Hotel Artemis Wiki
I have watched this movie over and over. i love that i got to know each character so well. i can beleive that the Hotel Artemis exists out there Tonya
Jodie Foster is great in this movie. It starts out with a "normal" day at this special "hospital" then takes off with one emergency after another. Really fast paced and lots of action and drama.
Pretty good movie. Something different for once.
really good movie a must watch
I was fooled by the preview and bought this while it was on sale the first week it came out. Looked like a great action flick and love the stars in it. The very few fight/action scenes barely showed anything and were poorly edited. I can forgive a movie like this if it has a great story, but there really was nothing going on worth watching here. Everything sucked.
Move has no climax
It's not a total wash of a film. It has it's moments. But the end was not well executed. The film looked great, had many interesting ideas, and the performances were solid. It's certainly worth a rent.
Yes it’s not a blockbuster and yes they could’ve done more with it but I was satisfied and enjoyed it :)
Here is the truth. This movie has no plot. And that brings it down a lot. Actors are great and concept is interesting. Unfortunately no cohesive story hurts the overall impression. Rent it... or do not.