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Hostel Movie Review

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Hostel Movie Review

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Summary:
Two American backpackers in Amsterdam, Josh (Derek Richardson) and Paxton
(Jay Hernandez), along with their Icelandic friend, Oli are lured into a
hostel Slovakia where they are told the woman are eagar to pleasure
American men. They're travelling Europe for a last trip before they
graduate from college, so there are no holds barred when it comes to sex,
drugs and anything else that comes their way. Once they reach Slovaki,
Josh and "Pax" hook up with 2 very accommodating and...


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Two American backpackers in Amsterdam, Josh (Derek Richardson) and Paxton
(Jay Hernandez), along with their Icelandic friend, Oli are lured into a
hostel Slovakia where they are told the woman are eagar to pleasure
American men. They're travelling Europe for a last trip before they
graduate from college, so there are no holds barred when it comes to sex,
drugs and anything else that comes their way. Once they reach Slovaki,
Josh and "Pax" hook up with 2 very accommodating and very beautiful
women, Natalya and Svetlana, and things go a bit weird.

This was definitely a whirlwind 1 hour and 35 minutes. Any longer and
things may have gone very, very wrong and very, very long. I went to see
this movie with my friend, who was completely grossed out and freaked
out...just as the hype said she should be. I'm not sure if I was
expecting more or have just seen one too many horror films because I
thought it was kind of tame.

Jay Hernandez was great as Paxton, as far as performances go...but my
goodness, this guy made some pretty stupid decisions. I won't go into
them here because you'll kill me for spoiling the movie. The movie was
rather predictable, but in an enjoyable way, if you know what I mean. You
knew what was coming up and it's kind of what you wanted to happen. Many
people got their just desserts and that's all I'll say!

Final comment: If these guys had put Canadian flag patches on their
backpacks, they may not have run into so many problems. It seems that
Americans are very valuable in this grotesque game.

Director: Eli Roth
Producers: Boaz Yakin, Scott Spiegel, Quentin Tarantino
Starring: Jay Hernandez, Derek Richardson, Jan Vlasák, Barbara
Nedeljáková, Eythor Gudjonsson

								
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