One Missed Call

One Missed Call

People mysteriously start receiving voicemail messages from their future selves, in the form of the sound of them reacting to their own violent deaths, along with the exact date and time of their future death, listed on the message log. The plot thickens as the surviving characters persue the answers to this mystery which could save their live

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One Missed Call torrent reviews

Clara V (au) wrote: it was good. It reminded me to The Last House on the Left. The killing scenes are soo bloddy. It was a good movie

Andrew M (ru) wrote: James Mangold's take on the story of Johnny Cash certainly lives up to it's title in that it walks the (story)line of every music biopic preceding this one. The movie hits all of the beats you expect from the genre: it builds in the first act, the characters hit their low points around the midpoint into the end of the second act, and then rebound in the final third to wrap it all up. And yet, what Mangold has crafted here works so well despite being so familiar. The key to any biopic is the actor playing the lead character, and Walk the Line delivers in that regard with Joaquin Phoenix's masterful performance as Johnny Cash. For what he lacks in physical similarity to Cash, Phoenix completely embodies his soul, especially when it comes to the scenes where he performs musical numbers. Phoenix's vocal cadence is so eerily similar to Cash's, almost to the point where you're convinced that Phoenix is simply being dubbed by original recordings of Cash. In the quieter scenes, Phoenix infuses a quiet charm to Cash, and makes him into a compelling protagonist for all of his shortcomings. Alongside him is Reese Witherspoon as June Carter, who delivers what may be the best performance of her career. Witherspoon is rather charming as well, with an extroverted Southern charisma that complements Cash's quieter character quite nicely. Mangold deserves some credit as well, not only for getting two wonderful performances out of Phoenix and Witherspoon, but for crafting a 136 minute film that stays interesting throughout without having to resort to any fancy stylistic choices that could otherwise be distracting. Fans of Cash and newcomers to his music (if those somehow exist) should both find a lot to enjoy with the endless charm of Walk the Line.

Rachael S (kr) wrote: He-Man discovers he has a twin sister and sets out in search of her.

Rahul B (gb) wrote: "Johnson giggles and me I wiggle Mao Mao / Napalm runs and me I gun Mao Mao / Cities die and me I cry Mao Mao / Whores cry and me I sigh Mao Mao." - this song really defines the film for me... so relevant evn today... v speak abt Communist ideals and revolutions just like v flaunt a new fashion. The typical intellectual bourgeois youth... One of my favs from Godard... !!!

John N (de) wrote: Except for the Scottish sheepherder, the acting wasn't very good. The concept was quite intriguing, however.

Ken S (ag) wrote: Elia Kazan crafts another film on the edges of Noir that acts as a thematic cousin to On the Waterfront. In this cross between Outbreak and A buddy cop film, the continuously fantastic Richard Wydmark desperately tries to find the man who shot an immigrant infected with mnemonic plague.Jack Palance has the most textured face of any person on the planet. Good lord.

Scott M (fr) wrote: Great movie, great casting.

Patrick L (ag) wrote: "Spike Lee's "Chi-Raq" is an angry and devastating look at the violence-plagued city of Chicago"DVD Movie Review: Chi-RaqDate Viewed: April 6 2016Directed By Spike Lee (Do The Right Thing,Malcolm X, He Got Game, Inside Man, Jungle Fever, 25th Hour and School Daze)Written By Spike Lee and Kevin WillmottStarring: Nick Cannon, Teyonah Parris, Wesley Snipes, Jennifer Hudson, Angela Bassett, John Cusack, Michelle Mitchenor, D.B. Sweeney, Harry Lennix, La La Anthony,Felicia Pearson, Steve Harris, Dave Chappelle and Samuel L. Jackson.Spike Lee's "Chi-Raq" is an angry and devastating look at the violence-plagued city of Chicago, this movie is raw and emotionally powerful. Lee has devoted his whole film career into making films about race in America and his passion is on full display once again in "Chi-Raq". Not only is it a heartbreaking film, it's also a satirical musical as it borrows from Aristophanes' Greek comedy "Lysistrata". There are some elements in the story that don't work but still writer/director Spike Lee (Do The Right Thing, Malcolm X, 25th Hour, He Got Game, Jungle Fever) is back in his home turf where he belongs.Set in present day Chicago, "Chi-Raq" follows two rival gangs who have been at war with each other for years, Demetrius Dupree (Nick Cannon) is the leader of a purple-clad gang called the Spartans and Sean "Cyclops" Andrews (Wesley Snipes) is the leader of a orange-clad gang called the Trojans. Soon, an 11-year-old girl gets shot by a stray bullet and her mother (Jennifer Hudson) is filled with grief and wants to find the man who murdered her daughter and hopefully bring him to justice. The on-going violence in Chicago's South Side is simply too much for Demetrius' girlfriend Lysistrata (Teyonah Parris) as she urges every woman who's involved with gang members to join her and to deny and protest the men's access to sex.The only way to stop the protest is for the gangs to sign a peace treaty and end the violence in Chicago. Soon, the movement spreads around the world and this news infuriates Chicago's mayor, McCloud (D.B. Sweeney) as well as major politicians and law enforcement officers. The supporting cast also includes John Cusack as a left-wing priest who stands with the people in the South Side and marches alongside them to end the violence in Chicago, Angela Bassett as Lysistrata's neighbor and a non-violence advocate, and Samuel L. Jackson as the film's narrator who surfaces from time to time wearing lavishing suits and a fedora.The ensemble cast is terrific here especially Nick Cannon who surprisingly gives a compelling performance as Demetrius. It's also nice to see Wesley Snipes back in dramatic territory as Demetrius' rival gang leader. The film's title is really accurate because over the past 15 years, more people have died from gun violence in Chicago than Americans have died serving in the war in Iraq.The screenplay by Lee and Kevin Willmont (who's an independent filmmaker and film teacher from the University of Kansas) could not be more relevant and sharp. It is Lee's best film since 2006's "Inside Man". "Chi-Raq" is outrageous and often-bizarre but you should definitely go see it.