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CellularA young man receives a call on his cellular phone from a woman who says she's been kidnapped, and thinks she's going to be killed soon, along with her husband and son who the kidnappers have gone after next. The catch? She doesn't know where she is... and his cell phone battery might go dead soon.Keywords:
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Directors of "Cellular"David R. EllisBirthdate: 8 September 1952, Santa Monica, California, USA
Creators of "Cellular"Larry CohenBirthdate: 15 July 1941, Kingston, New York, USAChris Morgan
Critic Reviews of "Cellular"ReelViewsSeptember 18, 2004
Using the clever premise, it packs a lot of thrills into a short space while keeping the level of tension consistently high.Village VoiceSeptember 14, 2004
Buoyant, pleasantly pulpy, invigorating doodle.Salon.comSeptember 11, 2004
The picture has a low-stakes, cop-show vitality to it; it doesn't pretend to be more than the sum of its parts.Washington PostSeptember 10, 2004
Its adroit use of suspense makes you overlook the silliness.Washington PostSeptember 10, 2004
I enjoyed every one of its 89 minutes.Toronto StarSeptember 10, 2004
An absurdly concocted car chase and rescue operation predicated on the marvels of modern telecommunications.Common Sense MediaDecember 22, 2010
So-so thriller that is too intense for tweens.Christianity TodayNovember 01, 2006
Neither Macy nor Basinger nor the intriguing setup nor the bursts of situational wit can rescue this thriller from joining the category of movies that are so bad they're good.www.kcactive.comJuly 25, 2005
...a great way to release some urban angst.Reel Times: Reflections on CinemaApril 14, 2005
Cellular utilizes remarkable efficiency and ingenious construction to realize an exciting and funny story that seems plausible enough under the circumstances.Reno Gazette-JournalFebruary 07, 2005
A typical chase picture, albeit a good one.Urban CinefileFebruary 03, 2005
Cellular cleverly fleshes out the premise of a cell phone being the connection between two strangers, and takes it from there.
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