Cell 213

Cell 213

Cocky young attorney Michael Gray finds himself framed for murder when an inmate he is defending violently kills himself during their interview at South River State Penitentiary. Now locked in the same nightmarish Cell 213 where his client died, he soon realizes that unnatural forces are behind a string of inmate suicides, making matters of guilt and innocence not as cut and dry as they seem.

The unethical lawyer Michael Grey is defending a criminal in court and if he succeeds| he will become partner of the office where he works. He secretly hires a
criminal to frighten an important witness from the prosecutor to win the case. The trial is suspended to the next day and Michael drives to the South River State
Penitentiary to visit another client. Michael is received by the Warden and guard Ray Clement that blames him for releasing criminals from prison. While alone with
his client| the inmate takes Michael's pen and stabs himself in his own neck. Ray accuses Michael of murdering the inmate and the lawyer is sentenced to the prison.
He is locked in cell 213 and has an abusive treatment from the Warden and Ray. Michael has visions in the cell and soon he discovers that the criminal he hired has
killed the witness and his family. Further| his deceased client is haunting him. Meanwhile the government agent Audrey Davis comes to South River State Penitentiary
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Cell 213 torrent reviews

Kyle E (kr) wrote: Naturally, when I saw that Pauly Shore had a new movie, I had to watch it. I've always found Shore to be insanely funny at times. However, here, his mockumentary about getting his own adopted child from Africa is an unfunny mess.The film relies on one gag for it's entire almost 90 minute run, "Angelina and Madonna have one, so now Pauly's getting one". Over the course of this film, I heard this said probably two dozen times. Sure I know Mr. Shore's playing things here for laughs, but a lot of it I just found unfunny and boring at times. And I was reminded during most of it that Pauly Shore really shouldn't have a kid.Five years ago, Shore showed much promise with his short lived show "Minding the Store". However here he just takes a giant step backwards into the territory of being not funny. Skip it.

Brendan F (ag) wrote: For a B movie, the themes truly show the ethical dilemma Ty faces in the film. Having seen Kontroll by Antal, I have previous experience of his style and it helped me appreciate the way he crafted this movie.

Christian C (fr) wrote: A beautiful and striking meditation on aging, living and facing mortality with a superb performance by the incomparable Peter O'Toole. Exceptional performances by veteran Phillips and newcomer Whittaker. Excellent performances all around with a uniquely inspiring script. An excellent movie in every way. A film that should not be missed.

Colin H (it) wrote: Acting's terrible. Plot's terrible (and ultimately makes no sense). It isn't scary and the effects suck.

Jonathan A (ca) wrote: 100 times better than The Hunger Games.

Talya N (ru) wrote: Aww this movie was pretty adorable and quirky. I love the car accident scenes, especially the one near the end (that sounds awful but you'd have to see it to know what I mean). If you're a Karl Urban fan at all, you should see this.

Nadine L (au) wrote: This script is really good. Well done RomCom

Jon P (de) wrote: A quirky chaotic film that has it's moments.

Iain T (ru) wrote: This movie is a roller coaster of good and bad.

Sergio L K (jp) wrote: Actor Sergio Kato appear in this film. Played the role of Colony Survivor.

Grace M (us) wrote: i remember going to the movies 3 of us.....got heavy lessons on sharing and not to be jelous