The Call (2013)

The Call – There are 188 million 911 calls a year. This one made it personal.


Halle Berry—————————Jordan Turner
Abigail Breslin————————Casey Welson
Morris Chestnut———————-Officer Paul Phillips
Michael Eklund———————–Michael Foster
Michael Imperioli——————–Alan Denado

Directed by Brad Anderson
Written by Richard D’Ovidio

Jordan Turner (Berry) takes a call where a young lady is hiding from a burglar in her home. When all is said and done Turner has trouble dealing with the girls murder. Fast forward six months, Turner is now teaching 911 operators ,but not taking calls as a 911 operator. As she makes the rounds with a class of new trainees, a call comes in from a girl who has been kidnapped and is in the trunk of a moving car. The lady who takes the call looks to Turner for guidance and Turner takes over in order to help save the girl. The phone the girl has, is not easily traced which has Turner trying every trick in the book (and not in the book) to save the girl. Berry gives a great performance and Breslin is impressive as the victim who fights back.

Production Budget: $13,000,000

Box Office
Domestic: $51,872,378
Worldwide: $51,872,378

CC Rating: 7 out of 10

Screenplay: I could not find the screenplay.

If you liked this try: Cellular, Ransom, The Lovely Bones.