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Rated R · 96 minutes · 2013

Thriller
Taut, exciting thriller follows LAPD 911 operator Jordan Turner (Halle Berry), who turns detective when a teenager (Abigail Breslin) is kidnapped by a serial killer (Michael Eklund). Director Brad Anderson (Transsiberian, Vanishing on 7th Street) keeps a tight lid on the chase, and even when Richard D’Ovidio’s screenplay — adapted from a story he wrote with Nicole D’Ovidio and Jon Bokenkamp — ends up in The Silence of the Lambs turf the suspense never lets up. All three main characters turn in blue-chip acting jobs, with apt support by Michael Imperioli as a Good Samaritan. (96 min.)
Official Site: www.call-movie.com
Director: Brad Anderson
Producer: Jeff Graup, Michael Luisi, Robert Stein, Michael Helfant, Bradley Gallo, William Gallo, Philip Cohen, Dale Rosenbloom and Guy J. Louthan
Cast: Halle Berry, Abigail Breslin, Morris Chestnut, Michael Eklund, Michael Imperioli, David Otunga, Roma Maffia, Jose Zuniga, Justina Machado, Evie Thompson, Denise Dowse, Ella Peck, Jenna Lamia and Ross Gallo

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