The Cell (2000)
A woman psychologist is the key element to catch a criminal by probing the mind and the dreams.
Both display a drowned woman floating in a glass cell.
Colourful mind (or is it space?) trip.
Anatomical Bodysuits in both films.
In both films, protagonist observes from the chiffonier father's cruelty against a child.
The bad guy sings "Mairzy Doats" in both films.
When Juila is walking to her car, an instrumental version of Once Upon A Time With Me is playing in the background
Each dream, each memory, each corner of the mind (alive or not) is like a painting, a work of art.
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Seen on movie marquee
Two people trapped in a serial killer's personal world, use of chalk-white female mannequins, hanging suspended bodies, glass walls, etc.
person hanging from the ceiling on hooks that are stuck in his skin
It is listed as one of the "sweded" movies.
Ginormica's clothes in space
Snob thinks the film takes place in Vincent D'Onofrio's head from The Cell.
Using a machine to enter another person's mind while in a dreaming state to solve a crime
The scene when Stan gets trapped in Mackey's dream and Randy asks to be put to sleep to save his son.
Jeff's hallucination scene where he sees himself eating his cell phone is shot with colour and contrast settings similar to The Cell (2000),
Christy mentions that Tarsem Singh directed the film
The gang lies on tables, plugs in, and by technological means journeys through Candace's mental landscape.
another film by Tarsem Singh
Critic likens this movie to Son of the Mask
Video case is shown.
The Nostalgia Critic says this sucks.
The main player enters Kellogg's mind by connecting to various memories in Kellogg's mind to slove a murder crime
"Apparently, [Juni's] sister is caught in the mind of Vincent D'Onofrio... I mean, the game..."
Catherine watches this animated film on her TV while in bed.
opens with a scene from the first movie
movie is reviewed
Ranked at #8
Stan entering Roger's brain is a parody of this movie