The Devil has a phone number, and if you call him on your mobile phone at midnight, he will grant your wish. In return however, he will control your life for the duration of the call.

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Yuria Haga ...
Mai Tokiya
Asami Usuda ...
Sayoko Urakawa
Tasuku Nagaoka ...
Masahiro Sakamoto
Rina Matsuki ...
Ryoko Motohashi
Tarô Suwa ...
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Hitomi Miwa ...
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Tetsu Watanabe ...
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The Devil has a phone number, and if you call him on your mobile phone at midnight, he will grant your wish. In return however, he will control your life for the duration of the call.

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The Last Call You'll Ever Make

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July 2008 (South Korea)  »

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End call - Sataniki klisi  »

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Get Out Your Toothbrushes
3 October 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This movie was pretty hard to watch.

The premise is silly -- the devil has a phone number -- yes a phone number -- wonder if it's a landline or cell? If you call him at a specific time he grants a wish but controls you until the end of the call!

Where did that one come from? It's the worst premise ever. How do you get the number? Is the devil listed? Does he text?

OMG, it's so dumb.

I will say that it's well acted and directed but there is no way to get over the initial premise which cannot leap over the disbelief of what you are about to see.

So all I will say is, if you want to watch a movie where a guy brushes his teeth until he dies, this is for you.


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