The Cell

The Cell

A psychotherapist journeys inside a comatose serial killer in the hopes of saving his latest victim.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:107 minutes
  • Release:2000
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:surrealism,   boat,   rescue,  

When Stargher, a serial killer who drowns his victims in torture cells and performs bizarre rituals with their bodies, falls into a coma, an FBI agent persuades a social worker, who can experience what is happening in another person's unconscious mind, to enter the mind of the killer in order to learn where he has hidden his latest kidnap victim. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Cell torrent reviews

Noah Abraham G (ca) wrote: An improvement over Kickassia that still relies too much on reference humor, but with more original jokes this time around. The plot's pretty good, too.

Mark B (au) wrote: Picturesque and poignant.

Mango A (kr) wrote: not the best Kaya Scodelario film after Skins because I find this way too heavy-handed with it's melodrama tone. It's unbearable to watch for me.I only watched this because I loved Kaya in Skins.

Adrian E (mx) wrote: A real charmer. Rich and red and dusty.

Jason W (de) wrote: Worthy of a look on Netflix, this movie tells a sweet and surprisingly realistic love story set against the backdrop of some (slightly) overwrought "dark family secret" drama. Great dialogue, great performances -- Rumer Willis, who knew!

E L (us) wrote: This is experimental film making at the extreme. Giving it a rating is actually pretty futile, come to think of it, since I'm not sure you can even rate films like these. Bizarre, unconventional, disturbing, amazing, surreal, boring, shocking - all fits but also defies easy labeling and description.

Jonathan S (fr) wrote: I freakin' love this movie. Roman Coppola is grand. It's not my favorite movie ever or anything, but I LOVE this movie. Can't think of anything really negative about it. And Mellow, the band who did most of the music... wow. Gotta love it.

Mina (ru) wrote: Blake Ritson is becoming one of my favorites.

Alex r (it) wrote: One that really stands out for Charles Bronson is that he has had a great career playing some truly intense roles. His films are brutal, action packed and bad ass. With Kinjite: Forbidden subjects, he delivers yet another top notch performance in an action packed roller coaster ride where he plays a cop determined to destroy a prostitution ring that employ underage girls. Although nothing like some of his more memorable action films, this is nonetheless a worthwhile viewing for diehard Bronson fans. This is not a perfect film, but for what it is it's an entertaining ride that has all the ingredients of what makes a Charles Bronson special. The acting is decent, but what keeps the ball rolling is the usual performance that Bronson gives, which is of course the film's strong point. The plot is a bit derivative from a few films, but nonetheless if you're in the mood for an entertaining action film, then this is a good little film worth checking out. Sure, it has plenty of issues, but it's your typical Bronson flick, so you know what you're in for. There things that could have been improved of course, but if you enjoy Bronson films, then you won't mind its sheer cheesiness. By this time in Bronson's career, his films were increasingly tongue in cheek, and despite the serious plot of stopping a prostitution ring, the film does have its moment where its tongue in cheek and quite cheesy. If you see it, you'll know what I mean. Nonetheless, in the end it's part of the aspect of Bronson movies and that's why they're quite entertaining. Kinjite is a good film with an interesting story, and like I said before, delivers everything you'd expect from a Charles Bronson film.

Justin M (jp) wrote: I'm not sure how well it's aged; it does better about the undergound books, and you don't have a lot of options for interviews with Jack Kirby. A good grounding for the history of the medium.

Gregory S (ag) wrote: One of the most complex westerns of its time, no wonder it is the first western picked up by criterion. It is talky at times, but Anthony Mann really knows how to build tension so it's never tedious. The only thing that holds the film down is the score(while very good) does not always sound appropriate. Other than that it is brilliantly shot and acted.