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    The Cell

    When Stargher, a serial killer who drowns his victims in tortureĀ cellsĀ and performs bizarre rituals with their bodies, falls into a coma, an FBI agent persuades a social worker, who can experience what is happening in another person's unconscious mind, to enter the mind of theĀ killer in order to learn where he has hidden his latest kidnap victim.
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  • Actors of "The Cell"

  • Characters of "The Cell"

    Catherine Deane. Character of The Cell
    Played by: Jennifer Lopez
    Edward Baines. Character of The Cell
    Played by: Colton James
    Dr. Miriam Kent. Character of The Cell
    Ella Baines. Character of The Cell
    Played by: Musetta Vander
    Carl Stargher. Character of The Cell
    Anne Marie Vicksey. Character of The Cell
    Peter Novak. Character of The Cell
    Played by: Vince Vaughn
    Teddy Lee. Character of The Cell
    Played by: James Gammon
    Agent Brock. Character of The Cell
    Played by: Jack Conley
    Stargher's Victim. Character of The Cell
  • Directors of "The Cell"

    Tarsem Singh. Director of The Cell
    Tarsem Singh
    Birthdate: 26 May 1961, India
  • Creators of "The Cell"

    Mark Protosevich. Director of The Cell
    Mark Protosevich
    Birthdate: 24 August 1961, Chicago, Illinois, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "The Cell"

    Time Out
    February 09, 2006

    Lopez is hard to take as the empathetic psychologist who uses a synaptic transfer machine to penetrate the comatose killer's tortured psyche in hopes of finding his latest victim.

    Rolling Stone
    March 07, 2005

    Tarsem uses the dramatically shallow plot to create a dream world densely packed with images of beauty and terror that cling to the memory even if you don't want them to.

    January 01, 2000

    The Cell becomes the first serial killer feature in a long time to take the genre in a new direction.

    Chicago Sun-Times
    January 01, 2000

    One of the best films of the year.
    January 01, 2000

    [The visuals are] just enough to recommend a movie that otherwise has nothing new to offer.

    Detroit News
    January 01, 2000

    The trippy, highly mannered, widely referential imagery is certainly its strongest selling point, despite wonderfully grounding (and, on the rides, bizarre) work by Lopez.

    Antagony & Ecstasy
    July 25, 2015

    Rewarding even beyond the shockingly bold images that almost exclusively make up the film's final hour and change.

    The Blu Spot
    July 06, 2015

    The Cell is a dazzling mind-bender of a film that features spectacular visuals from the elegant sets to the gorgeous costumes, all encompassed in a thrilling story that will have you on the edge of your seat.

    Common Sense Media
    December 28, 2010

    A movie with no plot, no logic, no meaning.
    September 25, 2010

    Sigmund Freud's description of the id as "a cauldron full of seething excitations" could just as easily apply to this literal exploration into the darkest, filthiest corners of a serial killer's mind. A chilling journey into dark religious iconography.
    January 08, 2010

    A by-the-numbers story becomes the incidental backbone of one of the most visually arresting films of recent memory.

    Sacramento News & Review
    August 07, 2008

    The dream sequences are so well-done that it's easy to forgive the film's lack of dramatic punch.

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