Stu is a looser
Stu, a looser promoter is held captive by an unseen gunman in a phone
booth in New York. The police respond, listen to screaming women
pointing at Stu in the booth, claiming he shot their pimp. That's the
ONLY realistic part of this movie. After that everything falls apart.
Farrell makes up for his lack of acting talent with four-letter words.
Forrest Whitaker, the police captain, an otherwise good actor, stinks
up the screen with unbelievable actions. The viewer of this movie is a
captive in his own home if you sit through this stinker. I lost nearly
two hours of my life on this project. I suggest you don't waste your
time on this one. (If fact, I would avoid nearly ALL Colin Farrel
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a good watch--could have happened to you--shouln't be too courious, let it ring!!!!.
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Seen it a few years ago and it certainly is one of those we won't fotget..
A fiendish publicist finds himself being held hostage in a phone booth by an extreme moralist who watches his victim's every move through the scope of his high-power sniper rifle, while speaking to the publicist via the phone booth. The caller prides himself on using force to punish corrupt people by forcing them to admit all of their lies and sins through mental games, or killing them. At the same time, he eliminates other people as well; everyday people who are guilty of brutal dishonesty and/or corruption, such as a murderous street pimp and a pushy pizza man (all of which, if you look hard enough in the film, have a guilt link). The caller himself is corrupt, and uses it defeat other corruption. It is evil fighting evil in the phone booth..
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Phone booth's beware...
A simple title for a simple film, but boy it works well. At just 77min
long, Phone Booth could not have been any longer anyway, but it's full
of suspense from start to finish, and Colin Farrell can sure act!
You don't feel anything for Farrell's Stu at the start of the movie,
but as soon as he answers that phone and is forced to play a 'game'
with a thoroughly convincing Kiefer Sutherland, you see his vulnerable
and softer side, and actually want him to do whatever he can to
The tension simply builds and builds to an explosive ending, but has
the culprit been nailed? A terrific nail-biting film that will keep you
hooked, Phone Booth is the ultimate in suspense and intrigue, and
Farrell is superb, showcasing his talents as a serious actor rather
than just being a 'bad boy'!.