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Cellular ~ 2005

19 Apr

This film promised to keep you on the edge of your seat.  And it did just that, for about 35 minutes.  After that it seemed to go on and on and on.  The stars, hotties, Chris Evans, Jason Stratham and Kim Basinger was able to make what could have been a really bad movie, actually pretty good.

Basinger plays a woman who is kidnapped by Jason Stratham and all she has is her cellphone and is able to call out to only one person, Chris Evans, a young irresponsible young man that has never done anything for anyone else in his life.  Suddenly realizing that the call he has received is not a prank, but real he soon tries to help the woman on the other end of the line.  Fast paced in the first half an hour or so, the film begins to wind down and should have come to a conclusion much sooner than it it.  Other than that it was well acted and directed.  Not a waste of time or money by no means. C

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Posted by on April 19, 2008 in 2005, Action, Drama, Suspense

 

One response to “Cellular ~ 2005

  1. Doreen

    April 1, 2010 at 5:32 pm

    Dear Friends, Happy Fool’s Day!!

    A man went into a bar in a high rise. He saw another man take a pill, take a drink, walk to the window and jump out. He flew around for a minute and zipped back into the bar.
    As the amazed newcomer watched, the man repeated this twice more. Finally the man asked if he could have a pill. The flier said it was his last one. The man offered five hundred dollars to no avail, so he made a final offer of a thousand dollars. The man said that it was all he had on him.
    The flier reluctantly gave in, took the cash, surrendered the pill, and turned back to the bar. The man took the pill, took a drink, went to the window, and jumped out only to fall to his death. The bartender walked over to the flier at the bar and, wiping a glass, said, “You sure are mean when you’re drunk, Superman.”

    Happy April Fool’s Day!

     

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