Bad Times at the El Royale – a decent thriller with many twists

Many reviewers claimed this movie as the Tarantino clone. I have to disagree because the dialogues and story line is not as sharp and caustic as Tarantino’s writing. This movie is more commercially mainstream. The twists keep rolling out all the way to the last ten minutes of the movie. I could think of worst ways to spend two and a half hour than watching this well written thriller. Every character have their individual moment to shine, which make it a perfect ensemble movie. Despite the many characters introduced, the well planned out structure of the storyline make it easy to follow and avoid confusions usually encountered in most films with large ensemble casts.