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Heartbreak Hotel

The film follows a teen who attempts to have a band at his school. Because he knows her mother's idol is Elvis Presley, he and his band decide to kidnap Elvis Presley to make his mother surprise.
Actors: Dana Barron ,
Dana Barron
Dana Barron 22 April 1966, New York City, New York, USA
John Hawkes ,
John Hawkes
John Hawkes 11 September 1959, Alexandria, Minnesota, USA
Tuesday Weld ,
Tuesday Weld
Tuesday Weld 27 August 1943, New York City, New York, USA
Miles Mutchler ,
Miles Mutchler
Miles Mutchler 18 April 1926, Meadville, Pennsylvania, USA
Michael Costello ,
Michael Costello
Michael Costello
Stephen Lee Davis ,
Stephen Lee Davis
Stephen Lee Davis 15 December 1955, Maryville, Tennessee, USA
Clarke Devereux ,
Clarke Devereux
Clarke Devereux
Hal Ketchum ,
Hal Ketchum
Hal Ketchum 9 April 1953, Greenwich, New York, USA
T. Graham Brown ,
T. Graham Brown
T. Graham Brown 30 October 1954, Arabi, Georgia, USA
Jerry Haynes ,
Jerry Haynes
Jerry Haynes 31 January 1927, Dallas, Texas, USA
Chris Mulkey ,
Chris Mulkey
Chris Mulkey 3 May 1948, Viroqua, Wisconsin, USA
Genre: Romance Comedy Musical
Director: Chris Columbus
Chris Columbus
Chris Columbus 10 September 1958, Spangler, Pennsylvania, USA
Country: United States
Release: 1988
IMDb: 5.7
Duration: 97 min
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CRITICS OF "Heartbreak Hotel"
Chicago Sun-Times

January 01, 2000

Here it is, the goofiest movie of the year, a movie so bad in so many different and endearing ways that I'm damned if I don't feel genuine affection for it.
Spirituality and Practice

August 27, 2004

It must have looked good on paper, but this film written and directed by Christopher Columbus comes across as silly and insubstantial on the screen.
Your Movies (cleveland.com)

February 06, 2003

Overlooked comedy gem.
New York Times

May 20, 2003

[Columbus] pushes the film's slender premise much too far.
Chicago Reader

January 01, 2000

One would like to think that Tuesday Weld was in on the absurdity of this enterprise, but this one treats it all straight, with a solemnity that may have you rolling in the aisles.
Washington Post

January 01, 2000

Face it. The King has left the building, gone to that Caesars Palace in the sky. Columbus, say goodbye.

April 25, 2005

Keith at the top of his game