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Vacancy

Rated R for brutal violence and terror, brief nudity and language.

R In Theaters 04/20/2007 , 84min.
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Viewer Score
72%
Viewer score based on 15 ratings
54%
Critic score based on 27 reviews

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November 07, 2008
Jcg721
Vacancy - WOW - what a movie.. It has to rival psycho. Loved it. Realism out of sight. John Grimsley
September 06, 2008
BCleggsRus
it was good short though not really worth 5 stars though just 4
May 22, 2008
jaysonshivey
this was by far one of the worst movies ive ever seen. very predicitble. terribly written. i honestly think that my little sister could have written and shot a better movie. I feel embarrased for anyone who worked on this movie. im cried myself to sleep that night.
May 22, 2008
elzbthcry
I liked Vacacy But the video tape was a littlt to brutal for me too like it and some of the fighting is gross a little to bad and brutal for me i wold give it 3 stars
May 22, 2008
innoutedog
To whom it Concerns,I barely got threw 40 min of this movie and after that 40 min I wanted to ask time warner cable for my $3.99 back. Im glad I did not pay to see it at the theater. All I have to say to those retards that made this movie quit copying other thrillers n come up with something new. I've seen a lot of thrillers in my day and the only one that keeps my interest any more is the Saw

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Variety
At the risk of spoiling anything, Vacancy, is one strange movie. It ends so precipitously, one can only assume it's a setup for the sequel (which, given all that happens, seems a mite unlikely). Full Review
Desson Thomson
Washington Post
For horror fans who appreciate a bit of craft with their second-rate experiences -- Paul Haslinger's fear-mongering score is terrific for what it's worth -- this might merit a future late-night rental. Full Review
Elizabeth Weitzman
New York Daily News
Short, sharp and to the point, Vacancy has a single goal, and that is to scare the hell out of you. Full Review
James Berardinelli
ReelViews
For the most part, this movie hits the right notes and gives its audience a dose of white-knuckle tension. Full Review
John Anderson
Variety
At the risk of spoiling anything, Vacancy, is one strange movie. It ends so precipitously, one can only assume it's a setup for the sequel (which, given all that happens, seems a mite unlikely). Full Review

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