TriStar opens Brad Anderson’s latest thriller, WWE Studio’s The Call, today, March 15th. The film stars Halle Berry as a 911 operator who takes a life-altering call from a teenage girl (Abigail Breslin) who has just been abducted and Bloody D’s Evan Dickson wished things had played out differently in the film, especially the ending.
While it doesn’t sound all that bad, Evan did say the movie was pretty bland.
“The Call is exactly the same movie the trailers are selling. You’ve already seen a sped-up version of it so if you’ve been wanting to spend another 93 minutes in that world, odds are you’ll have a good time. But if you’ve already decided that this film isn’t for you, you’re probably right” he says further adding, “Either way, you’ll probably hate the ending.”
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