Troubled divorcee Mary Kee is tormented by a series of sinister phone calls from a mysterious woman. When the stranger reveals she's calling from the past, Mary tries to break off contact. But the caller doesn't like being ignored, and looks for revenge in a unique and terrifying way...
The film begins with a young divorcee when she is getting her normal life together by moving into an apartment. But what will she do when a strange person repeatedly calls her, and threatens to change her new life around? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Caller torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: Way better than the remake with The Rock.
(es) wrote: interesting concept, good acting but very slow pace and mish mash storyline
(it) wrote: One of my favourite Ben stiller movies, it's very funny and sweet at the same time
(mx) wrote: Ok so the cover had absolutely nothing to do with the movie...though, the plot was so strange I feel it deserves some mention.Also of mention...the terrible CGI effects of this movie. Truly terribad epicness.
(us) wrote: It's a shame to give this a low rating, I really did like the way this movie was going. If Goodtimes didn't blow all their cash on voice actors, they could've used American animation, a better script writer, and better song writers. Strangely enough, the plot direction in this one is better than the 1964 classic and Santa is shown in a good light rather the special. But with bad animation and songs, it really dragged this movie down. There is still some magic in it though. Because it appears to have it's loyal followers on youtube and deviantart.Though, I think John Goodman and Whoopi Goldberg did the best they could on this piece.
(mx) wrote: One of the biggest piles of shit that's concept is far better than its product. Not even Bruce Campbell looks like he's having fun with this mess. It just doesn't work on any level whether it be slasher gore hounds, or people that enjoy bad movies b/c they're so bad that they're good.
(mx) wrote: David Mamet's debut film, a psychiatrist has a patient who is deep in debt and says they will kill him, so she tries to go settle the debt. Instead, she gets brought into a card game to try and find a 'tell' of one of the opposing players. Instead, they run a scheme to try and get her to pay out what is owed in a scam. She is thrilled, and wants to learn more about how they run similar scams. Joe Mantegna takes her around and shows her various tricks of the trade. I must say, I could see the 'twist' coming almost right away. Not sure if I've just seen so many similar movies or I know Mamet or I'm just so well versed in these things. It was entertaining, though, and interesting to see the guys work. The last 10 minutes just don't quite live up to the rest of the film for me. The way she got her revenge was a little weird and just seemed a little off.
(br) wrote: charming goofballs... elliott gould is as garrulous as ever. almost makes me want to go to reno. almost.
(kr) wrote: Simply will not translate well to today.
(it) wrote: Really funny spoof of the Paranormal movies.
(br) wrote: So my friend asks me if I want to go see this movie about Indians, and I'm like, "Yeah! Sure! I love Indians." Well, it only took me about 5 minutes to realize this is no freakin' Indian movie. No tee-pees, no wigwams, no cowboys, no tearing up over litter. No thanks. But then my friend explains, no, no, it's about Indians from India. So I'm like, OK, I'll give it a try. 30 minutes later, no colorful song-and-dance numbers with exotic women hopping around and guys singing incomprehensible gibberish. So I'm like, f*ck this sh*t. But my friend insists I give the film a chance because it's important, about some scrawny guy who devoted his life to peace. I told him I already survived the Carter Presidency, thank you very much. But then suddenly there's a Bond villain on the screen! And I'm like, Cool! So I ask my friend, Who's the Bond villain? And he's all like, What the hell are you talking about? And I say, The guy in the Nehru jacket, dude; every great Bond villain wears a Nehru jacket. And my friend's all, That's f*ckin' Nehru, man! And I'm like, Nehru who?! And he says, Nehru, man, Jawaharlal "Pandit" Nehru, the first prime minister of India. So I'm just like, Whatever. This film is a waste of time; three hours, no less! If Hollywood is going to do a three-hour film on anyone, it would be good if they didn't pick these obscure people as the subjects. And not throw in Bond villains for no reason. Like THAT made any sense. Oh, and that whole hunger strike thing? All the Bond villain had to do was dangle a couple White Castles in front of the guy and that would've ended that. Oh! And then they kill the hero at the end? Hellooooooo. What kind of movie kills the good guy?! This was one long, boring, unrealistic, nonsensical movie. Right up there with "King of Kings."