PG-13 | | Crime, Horror, Mystery
During a babysitting gig, a high-school student is harassed by an increasingly threatening prank caller.
Jill I'm a bitch, I know that, you know that, everybody knows that.
About mid-way through the picture, Jill calls her friend at the bonfire, but the static on the cellphone is nothing like the sounds one would expect from a real cell phone, when reception is poor. Also, the intercept she receives in subsequent attempts to call her friend, includes, initially, chimes initiated by the old Bell system decades ago for land line phones. Cell phone companies don't use those chimes, nor do they use the wording used in this movie. The recording wouldn't say: "I'm sorry, the person you're trying to reach is out of range," not since the nineties anyway.
$21,607,203 (USA) (5 February 2006)
$47,860,214 (USA) (19 March 2006)
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