Hotel Artemis (2018)

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Hotel Artemis (2018)

Thriller | Crime
5.9 / 10
Release Date
07 June 2018
1 : 34 minutes
Spoken Language
Español, Français, English
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.

Cast Overview :

The Nurse
by: Jodie Foster
by: Sterling K. Brown
by: Sofia Boutella
by: Jeff Goldblum
by: Brian Tyree Henry
by: Jenny Slate
Crosby Franklin
by: Zachary Quinto
by: Charlie Day
by: Dave Bautista
by: Kenneth Choi
by: Father John Misty
Trojan Nash
by: Evan Jones
by: Nathan Davis Jr.
by: Ramses Jimenez
Union Califia Hologram
by: Angela Sprinkle
KT-EYE News Anchor
by: Lloyd Sherr
Union Califia Bank Manager
by: Baldeep Singh
Malibu Mob Diamond Courier
by: Brandon Morales
Proshield Riot Wall Op
by: Tanner Gill
Proshield Team Leader
by: Bruce Concepcion
Proshield Cop #1
by: Travis Parker
Proshield Cop #2
by: Antal Kalik
Gatepost Network News Reporter
by: Lauren Sivan
Detroit Waste Disposal Operator
by: Sarah Shankman
Mike the Wolfking's Enforcer
by: Mark Kubr
Choppr Liaison
by: Kate Higgins
Anxiety Tape Guru
by: Elizabeth Laime
Young Beau
by: Mason Shea Joyce
Dead Beau
by: James Rackstraw
Dennis the Wolfking's Chauffeur
by: Matt Morgan

Member Reviews :

Los Angeles of 2028 is a riot laden area where Martial Law is the norm and brutality is a way of life. Amidst this setting, the Hotel Artemis is open for business.. The Artemis is not your typical hotel as it provides emergency medical services to members who engage in criminal activities. The Nurse (Jodie Foster) runs the facility and with the help of her massive Orderly Everest (Dave Bautista), they ensure that only members get admitted and follow the rules as well as receive state of the art care while in the facility. Guests at the facility are giving names based on the suite in which they are assigned which involve geographical locales and there are a very strict set of rules they must follow such as no guns, bombs, killing other guests, and so on. The Hotel Artemis is not a simple stitch and bandage facility as they offer advanced medical services such as Nanites, replacement organ printing, robotic A.I. medical treatment and other services which in 2018 seem like Science Fiction. Enter Waikiki (Sterling K. Brown), who has tried to leave his criminal past behind him yet was savvy enough to keep paying his membership fees at the Artemis all the while. He and his brother have been injured in a heist and with the city under a deadly riot, they make their way to the Artemis to get treatment and hide out from the chaos outside. Thanks to their services, the hotel is rarely empty and an Arms Dealer named Acapulco (Charlie Day), and an assassin named Nice (Sofia Boutella), are also in residence. The fact that Nice and Waikiki have a past association makes things a bit interesting as guests are always mindful of those around them even though the strict rules of membership exist to ward off any threats or danger to the guests or staff. Complications arise when the near capacity hotel is informed that the Wolf King of L.A. (Jeff Goldblum) is en- route. The Nurse opts to follow the rules of first come first served and in doing so enrages his son (Zachary Quinto), who decided to barricade the Hotel to make sure nobody gets in before his father, who incidentally owns the facility. As if this was not enough of a complication, a police officer from troubled past of The Nurse arrives begging for help which sets a very dangerous chain of events into motion. The film is a very fresh and entertaining story filled with interesting characters, strong performances, and just enough action to keep the film moving along but yet keeping the focus as a character based drama. First time Director Drew Pearce gets the most of his cast and has used his script to create a very entertaining and unique film that is well worth a watch. It is so nice to see Jodie Foster showing us once again that she is one of the most gifted actresses of our time as the two-time Oscar winner goes all in to portray a very damaged and troubled character who for what she lacks in glamour; more than makes up for with a determined strength. I hope this film is a success as I would love to see more stories from the Hotel as I really enjoyed the film from start to finish. 4 stars out of 5
Aaaah near-future Los Angeles, will you ever be portrayed as anything other than a crime-ridden, riotous hellscape? Probably not. And honestly, I'm pretty okay with that. Either way, despite that being the exact setting of _Hotel Artemis_, it has surprisingly little impact on the tale, which takes place almost entirely within the titular hotel. It's good, and everyone is good in it, plus you've got the #aesthetic to take into account, which all in all is more than enough for me. _Final rating:★★★½ - I really liked it. Would strongly recommend you give it your time._