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No Tell Motel

3.0 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    X
    Mature Audiences Only
  • Studio: Wpoe Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: September 4, 2007
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000UX79CO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #359,160 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Format: DVD
The film has a rather smart plot, but poor execution. The beginning of the film shows us little Angela (Rileigh Chalmers) getting hit by a truck some years ago. A group of young adults are forced to stay at the abandoned motel where her parents lived and the incident took place. There isn't much character build up prior to them getting to this point.

The motel, as you may have guessed, is haunted and has its secrets as do the young adults. The film reminded me of "Seven Deadly Sins" where guests succumb to their own device based on their sin. In this film the secret possessed by each character is reflective of an aspect of the live of the demised owners, which in turn plays a role in their fate. Yes, very clever indeed except in spite of that, the film just doesn't grab you. The production misses on the mediocre acting, bad direction, and lack of clever dialouge.

The film does teach us lessons in life such as: Don't play in the middle of the road or don't take pills out of a dirty commode. Not a keeper, and should be a long way down on any rental list. I overrated the film due to the smartness of the plot.

Parental Guide: F-bomb, sex. No nudity. Chalie Howes in panties.
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There are very few good Ghost stories being written for the screen these days.Rip off after remake has made originality less common these days.With that being said you are not going to see any big budget actors or buckets of blood.What you will see is what i think to be a very original and different ghost story.Worth watching
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You might be thinking No Tell Motel has serious potential based on the story. Unfortunately this is a really awful film. You'll probably be suckered into watching it too because you won't believe me. A little girl gets run over and killed by a car near a motel while chasing after her rabbit pet, so later when a group of teens come by and become abandoned at said motel, they experienced the hauntings of this little girl. However the writing is pure crap.

Somehow the writers were able to take an amazing concept about the potential haunting of a little girl being vicious and vengeful and totally mess it up so it's not scary at all. Instead the writing feels more appropriate for an episode of Ghost Whisperer or Supernatural but without the charm and personality that made those TV shows memorable. These teens are completely lifeless and the writing dissolves into typical teen clichéd drama. One teen has a secret so she gets emotional, another teen falls into a hole in a basement and can't get out, another teen actually suffers a similar fate as the little girl who's haunting the place and dies in the middle of the street, but rather alarmingly none of her teen friends care. That's right- they don't care at *all* that she supposedly died. If that's not the biggest sign this movie needs to be avoided I don't know what is.

You're probably thinking "Well the little girl has to be scary right?" But no. Instead of building atmosphere and making the motel and the surroundings frightening, this little girl appears in the most predictable and nonchalant of ways just like any normal living kid would. It's unintentionally hilarious!.
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Format: DVD
The film has a rather smart plot, but poor execution. The beginning of the film shows us little Angela (Rileigh Chalmers) getting hit by a truck some years ago. A group of young adults are forced to stay at the abandoned motel where her parents lived and the incident took place. There isn't much character build up prior to them getting to this point.

The motel, as you may have guessed, is haunted and has its secrets as do the young adults. The film reminded me of "Seven Deadly Sins" where guests succumb to their own device based on their sin. In this film the secret possessed by each character is reflective of an aspect of the live of the demised owners, which in turn plays a role in their fate. Yes, very clever indeed except in spite of that, the film just doesn't grab you. The production misses on the mediocre acting, bad direction, and lack of clever dialouge.

The film does teach us lessons in life such as: Don't play in the middle of the road or don't take pills out of a dirty commode. Not a keeper, and should be a long way down on any rental list. I overrated the film due to the smartness of the plot.

Parental Guide: F-bomb, sex. No nudity. Chalie Howes in panties.
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And yet, just watchable enough to earn the extra star. No Tell Motel begins with the inciting action of a little girl being hit by a car. This little girl's parents were the proprietors of a roadside motel. Twenty-some odd years later, a group of partying teens flips their RV on the same road and they are forced to spend the night in the now-abandoned motel. Weird s*** starts happening. The conceit behind the title of No Tell Motel is that when the characters reveal their dark secrets on the haunted property, they start the engine of their own demise. There's a bit more to it than that. One character is not quite what they appear, and another has the darkest secret of all. In spite of some interesting elements, the whole fabric of the film still feels cobbled together from better movies. You can enjoy some hilariously bad dialogue though, as well as trying to guess who the Final Girl is (this movie's got Ringers! I wish better movies tried that tactic).
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