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Wrong Number (2002)

R | | Thriller | 16 April 2002 (USA)
Greed results in murder in the tumultuous world of Internet stocks.

Director:

Richard Middleton
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Eric Roberts ... Josh Grey
Brigitte Bako ... Dana Demotte
David Lipper ... Michael Bartlett
Barry Blake Barry Blake ... Detective Anton Bijou
Kane Picoy Kane Picoy ... Detective Scott Stevenson
Simon Peacock Simon Peacock ... Richard Gaines
Cas Anvar ... Thomas Pitrillo
Chip Chuipka Chip Chuipka ... Mr. Sartain
Karen Cliche ... Karla Mackay
Jo Marr Jo Marr ... Langston
John Maclaren ... Neil Osgood
Kathrin Middleton ... Carol Kress (as Kathrin Lautner)
Arthur Grosser Arthur Grosser ... Peter
Edward Yankie Edward Yankie ... Morgue Technician
Michel Perron Michel Perron ... Guard #1
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Greed results in murder in the tumultuous world of Internet stocks.

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Be careful who you hang up on...

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Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence, language and sexuality
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Country:

Canada | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 April 2002 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Doloplokies.com See more »

Filming Locations:

Montréal, Québec, Canada See more »

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Budget:

$1,500,000 (estimated)
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Color
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It's Not Right
Written by Shannon Seyffert and Norman Orenstein
Courtesy of Norman Orenstein Music Inc.
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Well-crafted with a fantastic twist
6 January 2003 | by TelevisionJunkieSee all my reviews

I found this film in a $5 DVD bargain bin and was skeptical, but I liked Brigitte Bako in Paranoia and Eric Roberts on his current series Less Than Perfect, so I figured what-the-hell.

The film gets off to a slow start, and for a while it looks as if it's going nowhere. It begins with Bako revealing to the police how she thinks her husband, Roberts, was murdered. But the film picks up when we switch points of view and see the same scenario with Bako as the murderer. I have to admit the role-reversal was quite cleverly crafted. After another chain of events, what really happened was revealed, leading to a very surprising twist ending. I generally have movies of this sort figured out long before the characters, but the twist that happens in the last 2 minutes of the film genuinely floored me. Good perfermances, clever story... It was certainly worth the $5!


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