New ‘The Call’ Movie Delivered Extreme Suspense,Great Plotline,Thrills & More
New ‘The Call’ movie delivered extreme suspense,great plotline,thrills & more. TriStar Pictures (Sony) released their new drama/thriller flick “The Call” into theaters this weekend. I just watched it ,and thought it was absolutely excellent as it served up chilling suspense and drama right from the jump. It stars: Halle Berry, Abigail Breslin, Morris Chestnut, Michael Eklund, and Michael Imperioli.
In the new flick, veteran 911 operator, Jordan (Halle Berry) develops a major complex for taking 911 calls when a girl ,named Leah Templeton, she was trying to help,ends up getting killed when her killer is tipped off by Jordan calling the her back after she got disconnected. From there, Jordan just decides to do the training aspect of the job as the thought of knowing she had something to do with Leah’s death, was just too much for her to handle.
Meanwhile, a new girl, named Casey Welson gets kidnapped by a guy in a mall parking lot. Luckily, Casey had a spare cell phone to call 911. The girl who takes the call only has 6 months under her belt, which leads to Jordan abandoning her new training duties to actually jump back on the phone to help Casey out.
From there, Jordan directs a very frantic and upset Casey to follow a few instructions that would help her get more information as to where she might be located as Casey was locked in a trunk with a disposable cell phone that they couldn’t trace. As the suspense-filled scene, rolled along, Casey was able to do a few things that help them locate what car she was in,and where it was headed towards.
Unfortunately, a nosey driver ,causes the kidnapper to kill him and switch cars,so Casey and Jordan were back at square one at this point. However, the dead guy was in the trunk with Casey,along with his wallet and info,which Jordan was able to use to locate the new vehicle Casey was in. From there, the police were able to close in tighter,but still couldn’t locate them as the killer was quite crafty and set up a well-hidden, underground layer that the police couldn’t discover.
Shortly after that, Jordan actually uses background noises from the final cell phone call destination to track down and discover the killer’s location on her own,resulting in a huge conclusion where Jordan helps save Casey in a violent, major showdown with the killer.
Again, the movie was insanely suspenseful and had me at the edge of my seat the entire time,wondering how this thing would all end. It was also very ,high-paced and served up quite an educational experience to the highly emotional situations that go down during 911 calls.
I loved Halle Berry in this. I thought she did a great job as the heroic 911 operator. I gave the movie an excellent A+ grade. Follow us on Twitter by Clicking Here. Follow us on Facebook by Clicking Here. Follow us on Tumblr by Clicking Here.