Warner Bros. Pictures | Release Date: January 4, 2008
4.8
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Mixed or average reviews based on 175 Ratings
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MikeP.Feb 19, 2008
alot better and more interesting than most people give credit for!
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KenWApr 26, 2008
Not bad. At least it kept my interest.
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RikiegeSep 23, 2012
Not as bad as they say. When you see the Japanese version, this will seem a comedy. Honestly I liked it, but not more than the Japanese version. Recommended for viewing with your friends.
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KentCJan 9, 2008
It was decent. A little better than The Grudge, which isn't saying much.
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ChadS.Jan 9, 2008
If horror films were populated with smart characters, nobody would die. A smart person avoids dark places, especially if they're alone. A smart person doesn't get into a crawl space. That's where they keep the dead bodies. If horror films were populated with smart characters, nobody would die. A smart person avoids dark places, especially if they're alone. A smart person doesn't get into a crawl space. That's where they keep the dead bodies. Beth(Shannyn Sossamon) is the sort of heroine that inspires audience participation. When Beth isn't putting herself in harm's way, she's endangering her friends. Beth is practically an accomplice when the first male victim gets murdered. Her college friend's untimely demise is a symptom of callous neglect. Beth had witnessed the supernatural occurence with her pal's cell-phone, and should've never left the doomed girl alone. It's up to you. Beth is either a bad friend, or the victim of a bad script that renders everybody with bad judgment so the story can progress towards a convoluted fatalism. "One Missed Call" has its share of eye-popping visuals, but they're recycled from other Japanese(or Japanese-inspired) horror flicks. Expand
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