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One Missed Call (2003)
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One Missed Call (2003)

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People mysteriously start receiving voicemail messages from their future selves, in the form of the sound of them reacting to their own violent deaths, along with the exact date and time of their future death. In order to save themselves, the characters must find a way out of death.
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Village Voice

April 19, 2005

No more than Miike's shot at generating a polished, rote, expertly composed J-horror flick.
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June 11, 2010

At the movie's core is a mystery that simply isn't even remotely interesting...
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June 11, 2005

Miike reins in his anything goes impulses...but still smuggles in his sense of humor and flair for the grotesque, often at the same time.
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March 18, 2008

Miike's return to the horror genre is a slicker and less original affair than Audition, but also sharply dissects the J-horror phenomenon even as it scares the hell out of you.
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September 16, 2009

More annoying than answering a wrong number phone call.
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Entertainment Weekly
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April 20, 2005

So unoriginal that the movie could almost be a parody of J-horror tropes, yet Miike, for a while at least, stages it with a dread-soaked visual flair that allows you to enjoy being manipulated.
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New York Post

April 22, 2005

One Missed Call is a mess.
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Horror.com
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March 29, 2006

It'd feel a whole lot creepier if it weren't exactly like that haunted videotape flick.
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New York Times

April 21, 2005

One Missed Call staggers under the weight of its director's taste for baroque excess.
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eFilmCritic.com
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September 13, 2005

There is very little in One Missed Call that we have not seen before. And yet it works.
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Newsday

April 21, 2005

There is something uniquely delicious in what the film says about the desperation of some cell users.
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May 05, 2005

A prolonged, maddening, predictable -- yet curiously pleasurable -- descent into incomprehensibility.
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