• Gabriel Lewis

    ★★★ Added by Gabriel Lewis

    The Walter Matthau segment is downright hilarious. The Cosby/Pryor is mildly amusing. I don't care for the others.


  • Signora Fosca

    ★★★ Watched by Signora Fosca 04 Jul, 2013

    THE GIST: Herbert Ross' adaptation of the play by Neil Simon is a laugh-riot double stuffed with an outstanding cast. The play, which is separated by 4 one-acts, is presented here with the vignettes intercutting while never actually intersecting. The film is structured in an odd way, with basically two of the sections taking over the first half and then the latter two filling in the second half. The first half of the film is sublime. One involved Jane Fonda…


  • Goremaster

    ★★★½ Added by Goremaster

    Entertaining comedy with an excellent cast.


  • Eduardo Gomes

    ★★★½ Added by Eduardo Gomes

    Uma sátira deliciosa sobre Hollywood, com várias tramas independentes, bem definidas e desenvolvidas. Dificilmente o expectador não irá simpatizar com, ao menos, uma delas.
    Particularmente, eu gostei bastante do enredo da Maggie Smith e do Michael Caine, ironicamente a primeira ganhou o Oscar desde ano. É a estória que consegue sintetizar justamente como deveria ser a tensão de uma indicada ao Oscar, às vésperas da premiação.
    Outro que eu gostei foi a dinâmica do casal Jane Fonda e Alan Alda,…


  • Scott W. Black

    ★★½ Watched by Scott W. Black 08 Aug, 2014

    So many good people in this; too bad it's so fucking dull.

    Postscript: Okay, so Bill Cosby isn't one of those "good people."


  • Isaac Lee

    ★★½ Watched by Isaac Lee 19 Jul, 2014

    This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.


  • Bintang Lestada

    ★★★ Watched by Bintang Lestada 30 Jun, 2014

    Came for Maggie Smith. Stayed through the whole movie for her, Jane Fonda and Michael Caine. Pretty funny, though.


  • Da_Bill

    ★★★ Watched by Da_Bill 26 May, 2014

    Review to be added.


  • Scott Audetat

    ★★ Watched by Scott Audetat 25 May, 2014

    Well, this film has a loaded cast for sure, but it's nothing more than two hours.of.bickering. Seriously, they all yell and scream at each other and it feels like a bad play.

    Basically it's four different groups all in the same hotel for a few days. I didn't really care about any of the snobby characters either, despite some bigger names.

    Mathau's kissing scenes will give you nightmares!

    Dana Plato shows up briefly as Fonda and Alda's seventeen year old daughter, despite only looking ten.


  • Arf Ortiyef

    ★½ Watched by Arf Ortiyef 28 Apr, 2014

    what a turkey. oh man.

    it's a movie where everyone is bitter and miserable. it's a lot like my life except i don't get to stay in a nice hotel room. Michael Caine has some good lines though.


  • Mat Daniel

    Watched by Mat Daniel 21 Feb, 2014

    I try not to harp too much on the Oscars, but this may be the worst Oscar-nominated script I've seen. Entirely disjointed, unfunny and uninteresting, with occasional flashes of anything compelling being smothered within seconds. (D+)


  • savvybulge

    ★★½ Added by savvybulge

    Neil Simmon's Plaza Suite 2.

    Plaza suite featured three episodes--the West Coast version stretches it thinly to four. Tarantino did it better with Four Rooms, no comparison.

    Alda/Fonda: Perfection--both at their best. No comedy though--drama only.
    Caine/Smith: The best episode of the film.
    Pryor/Cosby: Annoying, uncharacteristic, unnecessary slapstick filler.
    Matthau/May: Nothing.