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Encyclopedia > Cellular (movie)
Promotional poster for Cellular
Promotional poster for Cellular

Cellular is a 2004 suspense thriller, and is directed by David R. Ellis. The screenplay is done by Chris Morgan and Larry Cohen, who also scripted Phone Booth, another movie that revolves around a phone conversation. Promotional poster for Cellular, deemed This work is copyrighted. ... Promotional poster for Cellular, deemed This work is copyrighted. ... This is a list of film-related events in 2004. ... Thriller films are movies that primarily use action and suspense to engage the audience. ... The film director, on the right, gives last minute direction to the cast and crew, whilst filming a costume drama on location in London. ... A screenplay or script is a blueprint for producing a motion picture. ... Larry Cohen (born 15 July 1938, New York City) is an American film producer, director and screenwriter. ... Movie poster of Phone Booth Phone Booth is a 2002 movie about a man who is trapped in a telephone booth by a sniper. ...

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Plot

Jessica (played by Basinger), a high-school biology teacher, is taken from her home by five assailants, and is taken to an unknown location. Not knowing anything about her abductors (one of whom is played by Statham), she puts together a broken telephone and manages to call a random number in an attempt to save herself.


Ryan (played by Evans), answers the call, and begins searching all over Los Angeles to try to find Jessica, who informs him that the kidnappers are after her husband and son next. Ryan has to avoid everything that might make the signal break, such as tunnels or bridges. This article is about the largest city in California. ...


William H. Macy plays a detective, Mooney, whom Ryan encounters when he visits a police station at one point.


Trivia

The cellular phone used in this movie was the Nokia 6600 The Nokia 6600 is one of Nokias smartphones that runs on the Symbian OS-based Nokia Series 60 platform. ...


Cast

  • Kim Basinger – Jessica Martin
  • Chris Evans – Ryan
  • William H. Macy – Mooney
  • Eric Christian Olsen – Chad
  • Jessica Biel – Chloe
  • Jason Statham – Greer
  • Richard Burgi – Craig Martin
  • Eddie Driscoll – Ronnie
  • Eric Etebari – Dimitri
  • Adam Taylor Gordon – Ricky Martin
  • Bryan Holly – Custodian
  • Brendan Kelly – Mad Dog

Kim Basinger Kim Basinger (born December 8, 1953 in Athens, Georgia) is a notable American film actress who entered the profession after great success as a model. ... Christopher Robert Evans, (born June 13, 1981), is an American actor, born in Sudbury, Massachusetts. ... Publicity photo of William H. Macy William Hall Macy (born March 13, 1950) is an actor, teacher, and director, in theatre, film, and television. ... Jessica Biel Jessica Claire Biel (born March 3, 1982 in Ely, Minnesota and raised in Colorado), is an American actress, best known as Mary Camden on the television drama 7th Heaven from 1996 to 2002. ... Jason Statham (born 1972 in London, England) is a British actor, known best for his work in the Guy Ritchie crime caper films Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch, though he has also appeared as a supporting character in several Hollywood productions such as The One and the...

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Movie Transmission Systems Using Movie Cellular Phone (1438 words)
Movie pictures from the patients' homes were received through the TV telephone and sent via ISDN to the hospital where a digital video recorder and a TV monitor were used for recording and conferencing.
Movie pictures from the hospital were taken with the TV telephone camera at 15 frames per second and 640 x 480 pixel resolution.
Movie images, recorded by the PDA and stored in a file, were sent as email attachment files using PHS and ISDN lines, and finally received and stored as files in a picture server at the hospital.
MovieFreak.com - "Cellular" Movie Review (843 words)
Thrust into a world of corruption and murder, Ryan has to piece together the identities of the faceless woman’s abductors while also trying to ascertain exactly what it is they are after, all while trying to keep their tenuous cell phone connection, and only point of contact, alive.
Thanks to them, even when the movie goes a bit beyond silly it still remains engaging, and I can’t imagine that would even remotely be the case without this talented group in front of the camera.
In fact, one of the chief defects of “Cellular” isn’t that it’s familiar or easy to predict the twists and turns, it is that Ellis and Morgan are so struck on telegraphing them.
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