One Missed Call

One Missed Call Blu-Ray
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In this remake of the Japanese horror film "Chakushin Ari" (2003), several people start receiving voice-mails from their future selves -- messages which include the date, time, and some of the details of their deaths.

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Beth Raymond (Shannyn Sossamon) is terrified by the deaths of four friends (Shelley, Leann, Brian and Taylor), three of which she personally witnessed, after they received chilling phone calls apparently from themselves in the future, showing the exact time of their deaths. In the beginning, Shelley is alone in her backyard and sees something suspicious in the lake, looking over when a hand grabs her face and pulls her in the pond, drowning her along with her cat, Luna. Leann gets exactly the same call, and the bridge she is walking on collapses and Leann falls over, gets hit by a train, and lands on a pile of rocks. To Beth's surprise, Leann's hand mysteriously dials another number on her cell phone even though she is dead. Brian can't take any more of this, and leaves Leann's funeral. Beth follows him to a coffee shop. Minutes later, he shows Beth that he got a call too, and a gas explosion forces a pipe through his chest seconds later. After each of their deaths, a single red hard-candy comes out of their mouths. Beth's best friend, Taylor gets the same call, and after trying to escape the force she finds herself in a church being suffocated by a lump that appears in her throat. After dying she also spits up a candy. In all the cases, the people who are going to die see strange apparitions shortly before being killed, such as the woman with a baby carriage. Beth reports these strange occurrences to the police; however, they think she is delirious. Detective Jack Andrews (Edward Burns) believes her, stating that his sister died in a similar way. Together, they begin to unravel the mystery of the chain of calls, but are unsure if they can figure it out when Beth's phone starts to ring the same eerie tune, with a call dated 7:55 of that day.

They eventually trace the series of calls back to a woman named Marie Layton, who was apparently abusing her children, Ellie (Ariel Winter) and Laurel, for attention, as in cases of Münchausen syndrome by proxy. They learn that Ellie later died of an asthma attack, and that Laurel is in a foster home after her mother went missing.

Believing that Marie is the source behind the murders, Beth travels to the recently burned-out St. Luke's hospital, where Marie was last seen, bringing Laurel in for a cut on her arm. After searching the hospital, Beth finds the body of Marie in the hospital ducting, where she apparently burned to death, clutching a cell phone. Marie's corpse moves and assaults Beth while weeping. She collapses when detective Andrews makes his way into the ducting to help Beth. As Beth is fighting off Marie's corpse, 7:55 passes, but Beth does not die. It is later revealed that Marie's spirit was actually protecting Beth, not trying to hurt her.

After contacting authorities, who arrive to collect the body, Beth returns home and Andrews goes to tell Laurel that her mother is dead. While visiting, Andrews sees a drawing by Laurel on the wall. He realizes the drawing is a teddy bear and the baby carriage. Previously, it was shown that the jar of bugs and the baby carriage (all mysterious occurrences seen by the victims before their deaths) were in the area where the nanny cam might be. He goes back to Laurel's room to get the teddy bear to see if there might be a nanny cam on the back. He finds a video disc in the back of Laurel's teddy bear. The disc is a video of a camera Marie hid in her children's room to monitor Laurel and Ellie. Ellie, clothed in a black hoodie, cuts Laurel's arm with a large butcher knife. Marie comes in and finds the children, realizing that the abuse she has been blamed for has been Ellie all along, and leaves to take Laurel to the hospital, locking Ellie in the bedroom.

Ellie, frantic, tries to force open the door, and suffers an asthma attack. Reaching for her inhaler, she finds it empty, and dies while dialing her mother's cell phone, making Marie the first real victim of the curse, dying in the fire. Laurel enters the room and Andrews says that it was Ellie who hurt her all the time, not her mother. Laurel nods, and speaking for the first time since the death of her mother, says, "But she always gave me candy," and holds out one of the red candies found in the mouths of all the victims.

The cell phone that Andrews gave Beth receives a voicemail, implying that Beth will soon be in danger again. Andrews realizes that the force behind the murders is Ellie, and races to Beth. Finding her unharmed, Andrews and Beth hear a knock on the door. Andrews looks through the spy hole. However, a knife stabs through the spy hole and kills Andrews. After witnessing this, Beth screams (as in her second voicemail message). After an explosion outside, Ellie's spirit appears and reaches out to strangle Beth. The spirit of Marie appears and grabs Ellie, saving Beth again. Marie's ghost vanishes, leaving Beth to stare bewildered into the distance. A red candy spills out of Andrews' mouth and his cell phone begins to dial a number on its own, revealing that Ellie's ghost is still out there, and more people will die. The film ends with Beth sitting on the floor, staring in shock.
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