Written August 24, 2016
This was a very good movie but very hard to watch! I tell both of my teen daughters just how quick this can happen! This is a mothers worst nightmare! I think ever mother/daughter must see this! There are so many CRAZIES in this world and this happens everyday! Very good movie and a "MUST GO" ......
Written September 01, 2016
Tense movie mostly from people being incompetant and unsuspicious, that mostly normal. But when woman knock down an attacker and dont make sure he doesnt stay down, is getting old and keeps woman down. Yet Americans will put down other cultures which perceive woman that way. Hollywood does it and makes money. Figure that out.
An operator pursuing a suspect, thats real believable. A cop on scene being told a suspect is few miles away, yet plays with a music box, thats just outlandish.
Writing is getting worse and worse, Can we find a movie were not everyone is a goof off, doubt it.
Come in the last 10 minutes, best ending to a movie.
Written March 18, 2013
I thought this movie was great ! I love "thriller" movies. It did have some edge of your seat scenes and my friend almost "jumped" out of hers several times. It left some questions unresolved and I do forsee a "The Call 2" in the future. Bring it on !!!
Written August 02, 2015
It was a very good movie> Not your typical movie that you can predict, one where you know what is going to happen. It was funny everyone in the theater kept talking and telling her what to do.. I enjoyed it and it is a must see. It definitely did not end the way you would expect it to. And it did not end in a way that it would make you mad. I liked it and would go see it again.
Written February 10, 2016
Within five minutes of the film I was grabbed by the throat and taken on a ride that did not relent until the ending credits rolled. The film is eerie, at times frustrating and a bit creepy but effective in eliciting strong feelings for the main characters. The film gives great insights as to what the 9-1-1 call center operators jobs are like and the stress that they must daily face. I yelled at the screen, covered my eyes and pumped my fists with the rest of the audience at key points. See it and judge it for yourself.