The Cell Movie Review 2000

Information and Film Reviews for The Cell the Movie

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Psychotherapist Catherine (Lopez) is involved in breakthrough research that allows her access into a patient's mind. Desperate FBI agent Novak (Vaughn) asks her to invade the mind of a comatose serial killer (D'Onofrio) in order to save his latest victim. As you'd expect, the mind of a serial killer is not an exactly pleasant place to be, and Catherine (and the audience) encounters some pretty creepy and disturbing stuff. Feature debut of music video director Tarsem (REM's "Losing My Religion") is long on dazzling visual effects, trippy images, and style, but short on real suspense and cohesive plotting. Narrative is not the main focus here, however, so the faint of heart and the plot-dependent are forewarned.

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Movies Unlimited, 3015 Darnell Rd., Philadelphia, PA 19154, Phone: (215)637-4444, Toll-free: 800-668-4344, Fax: (215)637-2350, Email: movies@moviesunlimited.com, URL: http://www.moviesunlimited.com

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 110 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Shrinks, Sanity Check, Serial Killers, FBI, Coma
Screenplay
Mark Protosevich
Cast
Jennifer Lopez, Vince Vaughn, Vincent D'Onofrio, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Dylan Baker, Jake Weber, Patrick Bauchau, James Gammon, Tara Subkoff, Gareth Williams, Colton James, Catherine Sutherland, Dean Norris, Pruitt Taylor Vince
Cinematography
Paul Laufer
Director
Tarsem
Music
Howard Shore
Producer
New Line Cinema

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