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Fresh: Vacancy is a no-nonsense, no ambition thriller, but sometimes that's more than enough to please.
- Christian Toto, Washington Times, Thursday, June 24, 2010
Wasnt bad decent idea. I think the ending seemed just off a bit and not sure why.
- jmanard52, Saturday, August 23, 2008
Well, a little surprise knowing that the critics like it better than ordinary people for a type of movies like this... As a horror thriller movie, Vacancy was pretty good... At least the terror they gave in here was scary and I thought that the audiences can feel that too... Casting Luke Wilson and Kate Beckinsale for this movie was a brilliant strategy, their performance were good in this movie, even the supporting cast that just a small number was giving their best in this movie... I can't say Vacancy was a good movie, but it wasn't a bad one too... So an average rating was a good deal because I was enjoy while watching this movie, even the story could be a little much better...
- ajaymuthecooldevils, Thursday, July 29, 2010
Vacancy is one awesome film to watch for a good scare. The Concept is very creative, and is one chilling and original film. Kate Beckinsale and Luke Wilson deliver strong performances and so does Frank Whaley who plays the creepy motel clerk, he's no Norman Bates, but he's still pretty good. Vcancy is an awesome horror film with tense, creepy moments, this is one of Kate Beckinsale's better films as she hasn't done anything that great in the past. Vacancy is definitely not without it's flaws, but for the most part it's a film that returns to the roots of classic horror, meaning the film doesn't use any special CGI effects and trick. The film relies primarily on a solid story, filled tension and suspense. A good enough film to enjoy, and a fine return to classic horror.
- TheDudeLebowski65, Thursday, June 10, 2010