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Starring Jennifer Lopez, Vincent D'Onofrio, Colton James, Dylan Baker
Directed by Tarsem Singh
Writer:  Mark Protosevich

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A therapist (Jennifer Lopez, Out Of Sight) uses an experimental treatment to enter the mind of a serial killer (Vincent D'Onofrio, Men In Black) to learn his secrets. An FBI agent (Vince Vaughn, Swingers) must rescue her from the killer's nightmare mind
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CastJennifer Lopez, Vincent D'Onofrio, Dylan Baker, Catherine Sutherland, Gareth Williams, Pruitt Taylor Vince, Patrick Bauchau, Vince Vaughn, Tara Subkoff, Jake Weber, Musetta Vander, James Gammon, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Jake Thomas, Colton James
Genre:  Sci-Fi, Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Release Date:  August 18, 2000
MPAA Rating:  R
Runtime:  1hr 47min
Studio:  Avery Pix, New Line Cinema
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review by . January 28, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
***1/2 out of ****     So many films promise the cinematic acid trip of a life-time; the seductive visual excitement that no other film can possibly present to you. Few follow up on their promises, but I have many times before enjoyed a good visual trip. But is it right to adore a film for its visual craft alone? Maybe. But when it has the kind of substance that only a select few will see, then there's much reason for one to like it. I am referring to a film such as "The Cell". …
review by . February 24, 2010
Step into the domain of madness and discorver the truth behind a serial killers drive.....
Have you ever wondered what lies inside the mind of a serial killer? Have you ever wondered what makes them work, what makes them tick? We may never truly know what has driven them to commit such violent acts, was it the abusive or neglectful parent? Was it being looked down on by friends and family? The answers to many of those question may never come to fruition, cinema has tried to give us a look into the mind of these demented individuals but they've only explained there madness to us they have …
review by . November 16, 2008
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Perhaps I liked The Cell so much because it brought to film some of the atrocities that whisper through my own realm of unconscious nightscapes.     I felt the weakest point of the movie is Lopez's mediocre acting skills, but the fact that she is beautiful adds to the overall visual stimulation The Cell provides. The slow motion sequences are spectacular, using silk curtains, body positioning, eccentric costumes, and water to their best advantages; and the bizarre parts of the …
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