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Jordan Turner (Halle Berry) is an experienced 911 operator but when she makes an error in judgment and a call ends badly, Jordan is rattled and unsure if she can continue. But then teenager Casey Welson (Abigail Breslin) is abducted in the back of a man's car and calls 911. And Jordan is the one called upon to use all of her experience, insights and quick thinking to help Casey escape, and not just to save Casey, but to make sure the man is brought to justice.
This follow-up to the 1999 hit “The Blair Witch Project” offers more gore, more gadgets and 89 minutes of screaming, flashlight waving and falling trees.
2016-09-15 | A. O. SCOTT | Read the New York Times Review of Blair Witch
Bobcat Goldthwait’s documentary about his mentor chronicles the work he has done not only as a comic but also to rid the Internet of child pornography.
2015-08-06 | STEPHEN HOLDEN | Read the New York Times Review of Call Me Lucky
An obsessive and troubled Gabriel leaves a psychiatric hospital and strains the lives of his loving mother and childhood girlfriend in this tense film.
2015-06-18 | DANIEL M. GOLD | Read the New York Times Review of Gabriel
In Simon Brand’s film “Default,” created from found footage, a pirate who wants to be called “terrorist” makes an unusual proposition.
2014-10-16 | BEN KENIGSBERG | Read the New York Times Review of Default
The documentary “Call Me Kuchu” chronicles the struggles of the gay rights movement in Uganda, and its prime mover, David Kato, who was bludgeoned to death in January 2011.
2013-06-13 | STEPHEN HOLDEN | Read the New York Times Review of Call Me Kuchu