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Phone Booth 2003

From Amazon: By some lucky quirk of fate, Phone Booth landed on Hollywood's A-list, but this thriller should've been a straight-to-video potboiler directed by its screenwriter, veteran schlockmeister Larry Cohen, who's riffing on his own 1976 thriller God Told Me To. Instead it's a pointless reunion for fast-rising star Colin Farrell and his Tigerland director, Joel Schumacher, who employs a multiple-image technique similar to TV's 24 to energize Cohen's pulpy plot about an unseen sniper (maliciously voiced by 24's Kiefer Sutherland) who pins his chosen victim (a philandering celebrity publicist played by Farrell) in a...

Directed By:
No image existsJoel Schumacher
Colin FarrellColin Farrell
Kiefer SutherlandKiefer Sutherland
Forest WhitakerForest Whitaker
Radha MitchellRadha Mitchell
Katie HolmesKatie Holmes
No image existsPaula Jai Parker
No image existsArian Waring Ash
No image existsTia Texad
No image existsColin Patrick Lynch

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Phone Booth Movie Review by Zara (1/30/2007)

I was recently in a restaurant where we spied a shadow on the wall. The shadow was actually the outline of a sign that had previously been installed, one that read "Phone." Due to the fact that everyone and their grandmother owns a cell phone these days, the restaurant had apparently deemed it worthy to remove their...

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