Two hitman, one young, inexperienced and jittery (Austin Wright), one
seasoned and overly-calm (Michael Gonza) wait for their target in a hotel
room, and to make it easy for them, their target is to knock on their door
and announce himself as "room service" - so really a job that
couldn't be simpler, right? Only the simplest jobs are always the most
likely to go awry ...
Room Service is a film that gets
very much out of very little, basically it's just two people sitting
around in a very unspectacular hotel room, clumsily trying to make
conversation (or avoiding to do so), but it's the way the thing is
written, and subsequently also acted and filmed that makes this work, a
character-centric piece told with veiled irony, with a few surprise twists
packed into its approximately 10 minute running time. And all of this
makes Room Service a very entertaining watch for sure.