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CastRenji Ishibashi, Kazue Fukiishi, Anna Nagata
DirectorTakashi Miike
Genre:  Horror, Mystery
Release Date:  2003.11.3 (Tokyo International Film Festival), 2003.12.5 (Sitges Film Festival), 2004.1.17
MPAA Rating:  R
Screen WriterMinako Daira
Runtime:  112 minutes
Studio:  Kadokawa-Daiei Eiga K.K.
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review by . April 04, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
** out of ****     Here is a film that was almost on the good side of decent, but staggered right from the start. This causes the admittedly ambitious premise to go to nigh complete waste, and this also causes Takashi Miike's "One Missed Call" to come a bit short when it comes to scares, entertainment, story, characters, or anything, for the matter.    Yet, this is not quite a bad film. It's about a mysterious phone-call that people keep getting. The voice …
review by . November 23, 2009
posted in ASIANatomy
Takashi Miike's Japanese Horror Original That Says Cell Phones Can be Hazardous To One's Health!
                                   Cult horror favorite Takashi Miike takes on a more mainstream J-horror movie with “ONE MISSED CALL” (aka. Chakushin Ari, 2003) and yes, the film is a little different from Miike’s other films such as the brilliant “Audition” and the unnervingly almost satiric “Visitor Q”; “One Missed …
review by . February 18, 2008
posted in Movie Hype
Every time I hear that America is redoing any film I automatically know that I have to see the original first. I'm not hating on my own country but hey, they don't always get it right. So when I saw the preview for One Last Call I seriously thought that maybe this could quite possibly be one of the dumbest movies ever made. If you think about it the movie is like the little girl from "The Ring" has become lord of the cell phones. You can't lie and say that it doesn't sound like that but hey sometimes …
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