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Der skeptische Autor Mike Enslin hat sich mit dem Enthüllen vermeintlich übernatürlicher Phänomene einen Namen gemacht und bereits zwei Bücher über Hotels veröffentlicht, in denen es angeblich spukt. Nun will er dem Mysterium von Zimmer des. Zimmer (Originaltitel: ) ist ein US-amerikanischer Horrorfilm/Mystery-Thriller von Mikael Håfström aus dem Jahr Das Drehbuch von Scott. Derzeit fasziniert ihn ein besonders mysteriöser Fall: Im Zimmer des New Yorker Dolphin Hotel sind unter seltsamen Umständen bereits 56 Gäste. 2xdzurka.se: Finden Sie Zimmer in unserem vielfältigen DVD- & Blu-ray-Angebot. Gratis Versand durch Amazon ab einem Bestellwert von 29€. US-amerikanisches Kinoplakat. Deutscher Titel, Zimmer Originaltitel, Produktionsjahr(e), , Regie, Mikael Håfström. Drehbuch.
2xdzurka.se: Finden Sie Zimmer in unserem vielfältigen DVD- & Blu-ray-Angebot. Gratis Versand durch Amazon ab einem Bestellwert von 29€. Der skeptische Autor Mike Enslin hat sich mit dem Enthüllen vermeintlich übernatürlicher Phänomene einen Namen gemacht und bereits zwei Bücher über Hotels veröffentlicht, in denen es angeblich spukt. Nun will er dem Mysterium von Zimmer des. Zimmer ein Film von Mikael Hafstrom mit John Cusack, Samuel L. Jackson. Inhaltsangabe: Mike Enslin (John Cusack) hat zwei erfolgreiche Bücher über.
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The cynical and skeptical writer Mike Enslin writes books evaluating supernatural phenomena in hotels, graveyards and other haunted places, usually debunking the mystery.
While writing his latest book, he travels from Los Angeles to New York to spend one night in the Dolphin Hotel's posessed room , which is permanently unavailable for guests.
The reluctant manager Mr. Gerald Olin objects to his request and offers an upgrade, expensive booze and finally relates the death of more than fifty guests over decades in the cursed room.
However Mike threatens Mr. Olin, promising to sue the hotel, and is finally allowed to check into the room.
Later in the night, he finds that guests of room , once they have checked in, might never leave the room alive. It's a hit or miss thing with Stephen King movies.
Sometimes there's an exceptional effort by someone with a really strong vision eg Kubrick, De Palma , but then there are also some big blunders Dreamcatcher comes first to mind.
And then there are those that sort of lie right in the middle, as decent, unpretentious but unremarkable efforts that chill or spill into your living room or movie theater.
The premise is vintage King: a cynical writer Cusack who's books go over the paranormal with the exception of a personal book about a father and son , and gets sent an anonymous postcard about the Dolphin hotel and room The manager warns him, fervently, to not stay in the room.
But he's insistent to the point where there's no turning back. Slowly, but extremely surely, things start popping up in the room, out of Elsin's own consciousness, perhaps, and as well with the environment changing fix that heater!
It all leads up to a few good twists and turns, but good being the important word here. Unlike the unsuccessful pot-boiler Identity, which also regrettably starred Cusack, this isn't contrived for the sake of it.
The sudden images of a man with an ax swinging at Elson, the images of ghosts jumping out of the windows one of them, which I found extraordinary, was shown with the same marks that come with an old movie print , isolation enhanced by a lack of windows to either side, and that bottle of booze.
Probably not- this is a thrill-ride predicated on lightning-fast imagery, but too fast it isn't Saw thank goodness , and Elsin's past, notably the death of his daughter.
But, as mentioned, it doesn't come off as being too unsurprising. On the contrary, there is some originality to how the special effects team- via Cusack, going through many modes of acting like it's a powerhouse audition- bring out the best of what can be offered with a horror-show amusement park.
It may be in part like a ghost house, but it's a fun and exciting one, and more watchable than any other PG horror film I've seen in a while.
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Hotel Engineer Jasmine Jessica Anthony His life continues from this point, and he reconciles with Lily. Assuming his experience in was just a nightmare , Lily encourages him to write a book about it.
When visiting the post office to send the manuscript to his publisher, he recognizes members of a construction crew as Dolphin Hotel staff.
The employees then destroy the post office's walls, revealing that Mike is still trapped in the rubble of He sees Katie's ghost again, and when the countdown ends, the room is suddenly restored to normal, and the clock radio resets itself to The "hotel operator" calls Mike.
Mike asks why he hasn't been killed yet and she informs him that guests enjoy free will: he can relive the past hour over and over again, or use their "express checkout system".
A hangman's noose appears and Mike has a vision of himself hanged, but he refuses to give in. Deciding to quit running, Mike improvises a Molotov cocktail and sets the room on fire.
The hotel is evacuated. After smoking a cigarette , Mike breaks a window, causing a backdraft. He then lies down and laughs in victory upon destroying the room.
Olin, in his office, praises Mike for his actions. There are four different endings to this film. In addition to the ending that appears in the theatrical release also the default ending of the DVD , three alternate endings were shot.
The incentive for this was based on the director's belief that King's intention, in his original short story, was to leave the conclusion ambiguous.
None of the four endings match the ending of King's original short story. Mike survives, and he and Lily are back together, though Lily is skeptical of his experience.
She finds a box of Mike's possessions that were rescued from and Mike takes the mini-cassette recorder from it, saying, "Sometimes you can't get rid of bad memories.
You've just got to live with them. Suddenly, they hear Katie's voice on the recorder, confirming his account. The original discarded ending had Mike dying from his fire injuries, but happy to see the room destroyed.
He unsuccessfully attempts to give her a box of Mike's possessions, including the tape recorder. Olin claims that the room was successfully destroyed and that it will no longer hurt anyone else.
He later listens to the recording in his car, and becomes upset when he hears Katie's voice on the tape. He sees a little girl walking on the cemetery grass behind the car, in a dress, calling out as if she is lost.
He then sees Mike's burnt corpse in the backseat. Then he sees the same girl holding hands with her father as they walk away.
Olin places the tape recorder back in the box and drives off. The final scene is of the gutted room, where an apparition of Mike looks out the window while smoking a cigarette.
He hears his daughter calling his name, and disappears as he walks toward her. A door is heard closing and the scene fades.
This ending is the default ending on the Blu-ray release and two-disc collector's edition. This ending is also used on the U.
Mike dies from his fire injuries. Afterwards, Olin remarks "Well done, Enslin. Well done. Lily and Sam sort through Mike's effects.
Sam returns to his New York office and discovers the manuscript that Mike wrote about Room As Sam reads the story, audio from Mike's experiences in the room is heard.
In a final scene, Sam's office doors slam shut and Mike's father's voice says, "As I was, you are. As I am, you will be. In a third ending, Mike survives and Lily moves to Los Angeles with him.
When he plays the tape of Katie's voice from , Lily hears it and looks shocked. Mike stares at Lily strangely. This is the ending shown on the Australian streaming service Presto and on Netflix in Japan.
Netflix in the Netherlands used to show this ending, but later changed it to the ending used in the theatrical release.
In November and , Dimension Films optioned the rights to the short story " " by Stephen King. The studio hired screenwriter Matt Greenberg to adapt the story into a screenplay.
Jackson the following April. She was replaced by actress Mary McCormack. The site's critical consensus reads "Relying on psychological tension rather than overt violence and gore, is a genuinely creepy thriller with a strong lead performance by John Cusack.
James Berardinelli awarded the film three stars out of four, praising it as "the best horror film of the year. Mick LaSalle of the San Francisco Chronicle wrote a very positive review, describing the film as "one of the good Stephen King adaptations, one that maintains its author's sly sense of humor and satiric view of human nature".
He ultimately believed the film to be a "more genuinely scary movie than most horror films". Several critics, however, found the film to be underwhelming.
Wesley Morris of The Boston Globe wrote a mixed review, describing the film as "a lot of consonants and no vowels. Not even the TV-movie version.
The DVD was released on October 2, by Genius Products with a standard 1-Disc Edition widescreen or fullscreen , and a 2-Disc Collector's Edition that contains both versions of the ending and an unrated edition of the film which restored 6 more minutes of the film.
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