The Night Clerk

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Synopsis

While on duty, a young, socially challenged hotel clerk (Tye Sheridan) witnesses a murder in one of the rooms but his suspicious actions land him as the lead detective's (John Leguizamo) number one suspect.

Cast

  • Tye Sheridan
  • Ana de Armas
  • Helen Hunt
  • John Leguizamo
  • Johnathon Schaech
  • Jacque Gray
  • Joey Miyashima
  • Austin Archer
  • Walter Platz
  • Ibrahim Quraishi

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    • Bart Bromley: In a 1993 study, individuals who said that they were in love had their brains scanned to show neural activity. The map showed vivid colors over the gray matter, indicating clearly that this romantic love phenomenon activates a flood of dopamine in the caudate nucleus in exactly the same way that cocaine and nicotine affect the brain, meaning that love is not an emotion as is usually thought, rather, it's an addiction. When these chemicals are released in our brains, we feel giddy and euphoric, so much to the point that, we can be so in love that we don't have the desire to eat or to sleep, so it feels good when you have the drug, or the love, but, when it's taken away, you hurt.
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Metacritic

70
Feb 26, 2020

As far as thrillers go, The Night Clerk is a little light on thrills. That said, there are more interesting things going on, which makes the film worth watching.

Metacritic review by Alan Ng
Alan Ng
Film Threat
50
Feb 19, 2020

The results aren't fully satisfying on any level, despite a terrific cast that includes rising star Ana de Armas (Knives Out), soon to be seen in the upcoming James Bond film No Time to Die.

Metacritic review by Frank Scheck
Frank Scheck
The Hollywood Reporter
63
Feb 18, 2020

If The Night Clerk rises above “near miss” status, that’s thanks to the cast.

Metacritic review by Roger Moore
Roger Moore
Movie Nation