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At the beginning William H. Macy says that there's nowhere that you can't be reached anymore. Obviously he's never tried making a cell-phone call from my apartment. See more (3 total) »

Cast

 

Kim Basinger ... Herself
Richard Brenner ... Himself
Larry Cohen ... Himself

Douglas Curtis ... Himself

Dean Devlin ... Himself

Annie Ellis ... Herself

David R. Ellis ... Himself
Tawny Ellis ... Herself

Chris Evans ... Himself
Freddie Hice ... Himself

Jaymes Hinkle ... Himself
Lauren Lloyd ... Herself

William H. Macy ... Himself
Chris Morgan ... Himself
Art Rochester ... Himself

Jason Statham ... Himself

Directed by
Jeffrey Schwarz 
 
Produced by
Edith Becker .... supervising producer
Jeffrey Schwarz .... producer
Chris Sikorowski .... associate producer
 
Original Music by
John Ottman 
 
Film Editing by
Tyler Hubby 
 
Production Management
Kent Buchanan .... post-production supervisor
Russ McFarlane .... post-production supervisor
 
Art Department
Grant Nellessen .... main titles & graphic designer
 
Editorial Department
Carmelo Casalenuovo .... assistant editor
Joseph K. Chen .... assistant editor
Kchris Degelsey .... assistant editor
Edmund Hanlon .... lead post-production assistant
Stephan Malik .... assistant editor
Margee McConnon .... post-production assistant
Jaime Meyers .... assistant editor
Jared Pruett .... post-production assistant
Steven Rodriguez .... post-production assistant
Hanna Rogers .... associate editor
 
Other crew
David Brashear .... production assistant
Suzanne Bultmeyer .... researcher
Jane P. Davis .... production accountant
Adam Levine .... production assistant
Tabitha Mason .... production coordinator
Robert Oltra .... lead production assistant
Taryn Teigue .... production office manager
Petila Thomas .... production assistant
 
Thanks
Gloria Gutierrez .... special thanks
Alex Junco .... special thanks
Matt Lasorsa .... special thanks
Mike Mulvihill .... special thanks
Sid Sohonie .... special thanks
Jesse Torres .... special thanks
Kristopher Wynne .... special thanks
Joe Yamamoto .... special thanks
 

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4 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
At the beginning William H. Macy says that there's nowhere that you can't be reached anymore. Obviously he's never tried making a cell-phone call from my apartment., 1 February 2005
Author: Michael DeZubiria (wppispam2013@gmail.com) from Luoyang, China

Larry Cohen tells an interesting story at the beginning of this documentary about conversations that he had with Alfred Hitchcock about the screenplay for Phone Booth, which gives you an idea of how long he's been kicking that idea around. Also, the theme of extraordinary things happening in ordinary places probably explains why Hitchcock found it interesting.

Unlike one of the other documentaries that accompanies Cellular, "Celling Out," this one is actually about the making of the movie and is pretty impressive. There are interviews with all of the major cast members and plenty of good footage from the set, which I also found particularly interesting because I have been to so many of the locations on which the movie was filmed. It's interesting to watch a movie being made and to know exactly where they are and what that environment is like.

At one point in the documentary someone claims that Chris Evans, who plays Ryan, is the next Tom Cruise. He turns in an impressive performance, but I wouldn't go THAT far. Just as I would disagree, despite the fact that director David Ellis says "dude" a lot, that he is "the" dude. David Ellis is NOT the Dude. Jeff Bridges is the Dude.

Other than that, this gives a pretty good look at the making of the movie, especially a lot of the stunt scenes and car chases, for which they utilized some pretty impressive film-making techniques. Worth watching.

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