One Missed Call

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Overview

Shannyn Sossamon and Ed Burns star in director Eric Valette's remake of Takashi Miike's frightful tale about a cell-phone call from the future that foreshadows one's own death. Beth Raymond Sossamon is a college student whose friends have all been dying in droves, and the one connecting factor between all of the incidents is that just before their deaths, each of the victims received a message in which they heard themselves being murdered. Upon receiving her own frightening phone call, Beth has only three days to...
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Overview

Shannyn Sossamon and Ed Burns star in director Eric Valette's remake of Takashi Miike's frightful tale about a cell-phone call from the future that foreshadows one's own death. Beth Raymond Sossamon is a college student whose friends have all been dying in droves, and the one connecting factor between all of the incidents is that just before their deaths, each of the victims received a message in which they heard themselves being murdered. Upon receiving her own frightening phone call, Beth has only three days to solve the mystery and cheat death. Burns co-stars as a detective who is deeply troubled by the recent spate of deaths.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/22/2008
  • UPC: 085391139126
  • Original Release: 2008
  • Rating:

  • Source: Warner Home Video
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Pan & Scan
  • Time: 1:27:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 19,191

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Shannyn Sossamon Beth Raymond
Edward Burns Jack Andrews
Ana Claudia Talancón Taylor Anthony
Ray Wise Ted Summers
Azura Skye Leann Cole
Johnny Lewis Brian Sousa
Jason Beghe Ray Purvis
Margaret Cho Mickey Lee
Meagan Good Shelley Baum
Rhoda Griffis Marie Layton
Dawn Dininger Monster Marie
Ariel Winter Ellie Layton
Sarah Kubik Monster Ellie
Regan Lamb Laurel Layton
Karen Beyer Mrs. Ford
Alana Locke Child Beth
Dave Spector Gary
Mary Lynn Owen Dr. Julie Cohn
Roy McCrerey Dr. Painter
Lauren Peyton Reception Nurse
Greg Corbett John
Donna Biscoe Coroner
Edith Ivey Old Lady
Wilbur Fitzgerald Lieutenant
Bart Hansard Howie
Randy MacDowell Boost Mobile Clerk
Jody Thompson EMS Aide
Geoff McKnight Fire Captain
Katie Kneeland Maddie
Bob Seel Taxi Driver
Jason Horgan Dr. Brown
Rona Nix Production Assistant
Kaira Whitehead Jewel
Jeff Portell Patrolman
Luke Williams Artiste
Brian Beegle Player Guy
Kendal McCray Freshman Girl
Demontrez Spears Student #1
Amber Wallace Student #2
Jack Andrews Ed Burns
Adam Klemens Conductor
Technical Credits
Eric Valette Director
Deva Anderson Musical Direction/Supervision
Davis Bates Stunts
Nancy Nayor Battino Casting
Laurence Bennett Production Designer
Timothy M. Bourne Executive Producer
Bobby Brubaker Stunts
Dorian Cheah Sound/Sound Designer
Char Coats Makeup
Liisa Cohen Stunts
Minako Daira Screenwriter
Shinya Egawa Executive Producer
Mike Elizalde Makeup Special Effects
Bob Fisher Stunts
Marc Fisichella Production Designer
Richard Fox Asst. Director
Jeff Gripper Stunts
Alison Haskovec Co-producer
Manfred Heid Co-producer
Reinhold Heil Score Composer
Sandra Hernandez Costumes/Costume Designer
Broderick Johnson Producer
Cal Johnson Stunts
Shelly Johnson Cinematographer
Chris Jones Camera Operator
Carlene Kearns Makeup
Andrew Klavan Screenwriter
Johnny Klimek Score Composer
Gerd Koechlin Co-producer
Andrew Kosove Producer
Scott Kroopf Producer
Elizabeth Kushman Co-producer
Tim Gore Larson Makeup
Josef Lautenschlager Executive Producer
David Paul Lord Stunts
Glen MacPherson Cinematographer
Anderson Martin Stunts
Steve Mirkovich Editor
Whit Norris Sound/Sound Designer
Matthew O'Conner Stunts
Scott Ressler Camera Operator
Chantal Robson Choreography
Martin Schuermann Executive Producer
Andreas Thiesmeyer Executive Producer
Michelle Leigh Thompson Stunts
Jennie Lew Tugend Producer
Paul Varrieur Camera Operator
Kelly Wagner Casting
Brian Walsh Special Effects
Steven P. Wegner Co-producer
Lauren C. Weissman Producer
Guss Williams Stunts
Christina Wilson Art Director
Bruce Winter Sound Mixer
Craig Woods Sound Mixer
Michele Ziegler Asst. Director
John Zimmerman Stunts
Zoic Studios Animator
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Scene Index

Disc #1, Side A -- One Missed Call [WS]
1. Death Reaches Out [5:29]
2. Not My Ringtone [4:55]
3. Family Loss [2:16]
4. Bugged by Visions [5:48]
5. Staked Out [4:40]
6. Getting the Message [5:27]
7. Undeletable [3:28]
8. Source Caller [4:33]
9. Piecing the Past Together [3:38]
10. Rite Gone Wrong [6:01]
11. Victim's Memories [4:47]
12. Song of the Bear [2:53]
13. What's Left of St. Luke's [3:10]
14. She's Coming for Me [5:20]
15. Creepy Cralwspace [5:40]
16. Bad Sister [6:42]
17. Not Home Alone [3:43]
18. Point of Fatality [2:57]
19. End Credits [5:10]
Disc #1, Side B -- One Missed Call [FS]
1. Death Reaches Out [5:30]
2. Not My Ringtone [4:55]
3. Family Loss [2:16]
4. Bugged by Visions [5:48]
5. Staked Out [4:40]
6. Getting the Message [5:27]
7. Undeletable [3:28]
8. Source Caller [4:33]
9. Piecing the Past Together [3:37]
10. Rite Gone Wrong [6:01]
11. Victim's Memories [4:47]
12. Song of the Bear [2:53]
13. What's Left of St' Luke's [3:10]
14. She's Coming for Me [5:20]
15. Creepy Crawlspace [5:40]
16. Bad Sister [6:42]
17. Not Home Alone [3:43]
18. Point of Fatality [2:57]
19. End Credits [5:11]
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    One missed call isn't bad, it's the acting

    Movie Review: 3 out of 5 Now as you know remakes are bad because they aren't scary. And they don't follow to it's predecessor. But 'One missed call' really doesn't improve. It's not as terrible as everybody is making it out to be. One missed call starts out good and a bit bloodier than most PG-13 but then falls downhill with the bad acting and predictable scenes. One missed call fails from being a good film but it does have it's scary moments. Extras: 0 out of 5 There were no extras.

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