The Royal Hotel

2023

Action / Thriller

33
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 89% · 144 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 38% · 250 ratings
IMDb Rating 5.8/10 10 9620 9.6K

Director

Top cast

Julia Garner as Hanna
Hugo Weaving as Billy
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837.92 MB
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English 2.0
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23.976 fps
1 hr 30 min
Seeds 32
1.68 GB
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1 hr 30 min
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835.99 MB
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Ahmad-Imran 7 / 10

The Royal Hotel - if the toxic masculinity were a place

It is a metaphor for women in their workplaces. If you think it is too over the top and exaggerated, ask the women around you (girlfriends/wives/friends), and they'll tell you that it could easily be passed for any corporate offices in any of the metropolitan, at least their fear and constant guard. Places where women are constantly objectified, harassed, discriminated against, and preyed upon. The men in sharp suits and pleasant demeanors are not too different from the seemingly barbaric and boorish miners of the royal hotel, who are so ignorant that they don't know the difference between harassment and harmless flirting, and the concept of consent is alien to them. Any of them can be a potential sex offender - a molester or, worse, a rapist. To survive in this world, women have to constantly watch their moves, read their intentions, and carefully choose (curate and refine) their own actions, words, and even body language so as not to unintentionally encourage unsolicited advances, on top of all this, they have to do their work effectively and efficiently. No wonder women excel at multitasking. Oh, the only surety of survival is...you burn the whole effing place down.

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Reviewed by mvb-37703 7 / 10

Those that don't get it are Men

All the reviews stating it wasn't a thriller are most likely coming from men. I played the movie blindly with little to no prior information and half way through I knew it was directed by a woman. Why you ask? Because every ominous scene delivered a fear we as women are too familiar with, the danger of men.

The threat was made clear every time one of the girls was left alone and you eventually find yourself trying to find safety with characters like tooth. It was not a stellar thriller but definitely one that will resonate with women.

Main reason for an 7 is because Liv infuriated me with her horrible decision making and we never understood what happened to the British girls.

So guys, don't take it personal, just be better.

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