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Phone Booth (2002)

Viewing Feb '19 ///

A tense 81 minutes for the viewer as we watch morally questionable Stu (Colin Farrell) pick up the worst phone call of his life. Whilst the plot is fairly predictable, the tension created from an unknown voice and Farrell’s performance is somewhat redeeming. Not a bad choice if you’re wanting a short thrill ride.


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