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Actors of "One Missed Call"
Characters of "One Missed Call"
Directors of "One Missed Call"Eric ValetteBirthdate: 1967, Toulouse, France
Creators of "One Missed Call"Andrew KlavanBirthdate: 1954, New York City, New York, USAYasushi Akimoto
Critic Reviews of "One Missed Call"Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionOctober 18, 2008
One big miss of a horror movie.Entertainment WeeklyJanuary 09, 2008
To redial applicable catchphrases, this garbled American remake of Takashi Miike's already staticky 2004 exercise in J-horror is a wrong number.Hollywood ReporterJanuary 08, 2008
The direction is uninspired, acting is lifeless, and the script borders on the inept. A PG-13 rating means that it's short on shocks, too.Chicago Sun-TimesJanuary 07, 2008
If you missed the first One Missed Call, made in Japan in 2004, you now can miss the American remake.Toronto StarJanuary 07, 2008
The best part of the movie is the fact that, at a running time of an hour and a half, it's mercifully short.NewsdayJanuary 07, 2008
Given all the hoopla over the Apple iPhone, it's a wonder that no one has yet complained over an essential missing feature: It doesn't ring you up to alert you that you are going to die.TheHorrorShowAugust 28, 2015
It's not even remotely scary, which leaves the horror fans out. But it's also way too boring to even poke fun at.The Coast (Halifax, Nova Scotia)August 19, 2015
One Missed Call remakes Takashi Miike's 2003 film as undistinguished college-age horror, except it tries to exploit some people's fear of answering the phone into a feature-length premise.Georgia StraightJuly 06, 2010
No wonder the marketers at Warner Bros. did not preview this embarrassing clunker for critics. Anyone searching for an effective supernatural-horror fix in theatres right now should visit The Orphanage instead.Boston PhoenixApril 23, 2009
The unintentional camp makes for some eye-rolling interest early on, and French director Eric Valette does manage a few hair-raising moments, but by then, the movie has missed by a mile.MovieCrypt.comDecember 24, 2008
Are we really supposed to believe that, if you die angry while holding a cell phone, you can make the 'Can you hear me now?' guy throw himself in front of a bus?Screen InternationalJuly 23, 2008
For a would-be frightfest built around a supernatural premise, One Missed Call is so glum and businesslike that it's not nearly as much pulpy fun as it should be.
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