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(at around 32 mins) When the girl answers the phone at the nurse station, she does not depress the lighted line button. This was necessary on these types of phones. As it sat with no line depressed, she would have had no connection. See more »
This is a movie with good gore, a good plot, good acting, and a good ending. The only thing bad about it is the ending was sorta predictable in my mind. There were parts that were unbelievable. But that's to be expected with the horror genre. Robert Patrick plays a good villain, could be better but overall good. Jessica Lowndes was pretty good as the leader of the movie but again could be better. Robert LaSardo was definitely the best actor in the movie. I do not have a single complaint with his part in the movie. Jennette Goldstein would be a creepy nurse in real life but it seemed that in the movie she was overacting just a little. All that being said it was a good (not great) Horror Flick.
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