• The Call details

The Call Synopsis

When veteran 911 operator, Jordan (Halle Berry), takes a life-altering call from a teenage girl (Abigail Breslin) who has just been abducted, she realizes that she must confront a killer from her past in order to save the girl's life.
Trailer 1

Latest The Call News

This Week In Home Entertainment: The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, The Call And More This Week In Home Entertainment: The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, The Call And More
After a couple of stacked weeks of Blu-ray and DVD releases, it’s kind of nice to sit back and enjoy just a few movies this week. From magicians to high stakes car chases, this week’s new releases are full of a bunch of oddball films that have made their way through theaters and festivals earlier this year. Read on to learn about some of June 25th’s best releases, and maybe even a few that may have slipped under your radar.

This Week In Home Entertainment: The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, The Call And More

The Call Will Hit Blu-ray And DVD In June The Call Will Hit Blu-ray And DVD In June
Recently, Berry really got back into the game with The Call, a mid-level budget thriller that did better than expected at the box office, pulling in over $50 million on a $13 million dollar budget. If you haven’t caught the film, you’ll be able to very soon: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is bringing The Call to Blu-ray and DVD on June 25.

The Call Will Hit Blu-ray And DVD In June

Now Streaming: Netflix Instant Alternatives To Oz, Burt Wonderstone And The Call Now Streaming: Netflix Instant Alternatives To Oz, Burt Wonderstone And The Call
Looking to Oz the Great and Powerful, The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, and The Call for inspiration, we've pulled together a selection of before-they-were-stars titles, niche-career narratives, and star-fronted thrillers.

Now Streaming: Netflix Instant Alternatives To Oz, Burt Wonderstone And The Call

Weekend Box Office: Nothing Magical About Burt Wonderstone Weekend Box Office: Nothing Magical About Burt Wonderstone
Neither The Call nor The Incredible Burt Wonderstone saw much love from critics and audiences didn't offer much more support at the box office this weekend.

Weekend Box Office: Nothing Magical About Burt Wonderstone

The Call Surprises The Incredible Burt Wonderstone For #2 At Weekend Box Office The Call Surprises The Incredible Burt Wonderstone For #2 At Weekend Box Office
Going into this weekend there was no real doubt that any of the new releases would be able to unseat Oz The Great And Powerful, the mammoth Disney release still making tons of money all over the globe. What's surprised everyone, though, is which movie came in second place. Besting the splashy studio comedy The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, the Halle Berry-led thriller The Call made $6.2 million on Friday, good enough for a (distant) second place behind Oz

The Call Surprises The Incredible Burt Wonderstone For #2 At Weekend Box Office

This Rotten Week: Predicting Burt Wonderstone And The Call Reviews This Rotten Week: Predicting Burt Wonderstone And The Call Reviews
It’s been a fairly strong start to the year for the Rotten Watch and it’s time to keep the critical prediction train rolling. This week we’ve got Carrell, Buscemi and Carrey going magician and Halle Berry getting on the horn

This Rotten Week: Predicting Burt Wonderstone And The Call Reviews

Halle Berry Hunts A Killer In Latest Trailer For The Call Halle Berry Hunts A Killer In Latest Trailer For The Call
The Call, the new film from director Brad Anderson, isn't about one crime, but rather two. The story begins when a 9-1-1 operator (Halle Berry) accidentally gets a young kidnapped woman murdered by serial killer. While she's permanently affected by the horror of the incident, years later she gets her chance at redemption...

Halle Berry Hunts A Killer In Latest Trailer For The Call

Halle Berry Tries To Save A Life In First Trailer For The Call Halle Berry Tries To Save A Life In First Trailer For The Call
Director Brad Anderson knows how to create an intense atmosphere. He may not be a household name and his films may not really get any box office results, but with movies like Session 9, The Machinist, and Transsiberian on his resume he has proven himself as one of the better horror directors working today (even Vanishing on 7th Street, which had a litany of problems, was still creepy and effective).

Halle Berry Tries To Save A Life In First Trailer For The Call

Hot Topics

Disney's Live-Action Lion King Is Bringing Back One Of Its Best Stars
The Lion King Remake Has Found Its Simba
The Purge 4 Is Happening, Here's When It Will Be Released
Logan Review
The 2017 Academy Award Nominations: Read The Full List Here

New Reviews

Get Out
Logan Review
The Great Wall

Top Movies

How The Uncharted Movie Will Be Especially Exciting, According To Joe Carnahan
Why Nashville's Big Shocker Happened, According To Connie Britton
Funny Logan Video Reminds Us Just How Strong Adamantium Is
The Next Halo Game Will Bring Back A Feature Missing From Guardians
Fox Apologizes For 24: Legacy Using Footage From An Actual Terrorist Attack
Xbox Games With Gold For March Show Turtle Rock Is Still Trying To Make Evolve Happen
One Way Your Old Mass Effect Game Can Still Influence Andromeda
Why Kids Keep Buying Up All Of The Elmer's Glue
Kourtney Kardashian Shared An Amazing Vintage Photo Of Her Parents
How King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword Originally Intended To Launch A Franchise
Fast 8: What We Know About The Fate Of The Furious
Avatar 2: What We Know So Far
Assassin's Creed
Gateway Blend ©copyright 2017