The Million Dollar Hotel (2000)
Tragi-comic, romantic whodunnit set in a run down hotel which plays host to mentally ill people too poor to afford medical insurance.The Million Dollar Hotel featuring Mel Gibson and Milla Jovovich is streaming with subscription on Prime Video, streaming with subscription on Hoopla, streaming with subscription on Kanopy, and 6 others. It's a drama and mystery movie with an average IMDb audience rating of 5.7 (22,182 votes).
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Currently you are able to watch The Million Dollar Hotel streaming on Prime Video, Kanopy, Tubi, Plex, Hoopla, PlutoTV, and The Roku Channel. It is also possible to buy The Million Dollar Hotel on Prime Video, and Apple TV or rent it on Prime Video, and Apple TV.
Why to Watch The Million Dollar Hotel
The Million Dollar Hotel offers a unique blend of genres, combining elements of Drama, Mystery, and Thriller, which makes for an intriguing and unpredictable viewing experience.
The movie's setting in a run-down hotel that hosts mentally ill individuals provides a distinctive backdrop that adds depth and complexity to the narrative.
The Million Dollar Hotel's tragi-comic and romantic whodunnit plot offers a unique twist on traditional mystery narratives, providing viewers with a balance of suspense, romance, and dark humor.
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Available to watch free online (Tubi, PlutoTV, Plex, and 1 other).
Available to stream on a popular subscription service (Prime Video, Hoopla, and Kanopy).
Available to rent or buy from $3.99 on 2 services (Apple TV and Prime Video).
Not available to stream on a TV everywhere service.
The Million Dollar Hotel has an average IMDb audience rating of 5.7 (22,182 votes). The movie is somewhat popular with Reelgood users lately.
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The Million Dollar Hotel Overview
Tragi-comic, romantic whodunnit set in a run down hotel which plays host to mentally ill people too poor to afford medical insurance.