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Storyline:   "Cell" (2016) is a science fiction horror film based on Stephen King's novel of the same name. The story revolves around Clay Riddell, a graphic artist, who finds himself in the midst of a horrifying and chaotic event when a mysterious signal transmitted through cell phones turns users into mindless, violent killers. Clay is in Boston when the pulse is transmitted, witnessing the immediate and gruesome transformation of people around him into "phoners." Realizing the danger, he teams up with a small group of survivors, including a train driver named Tom McCourt and a teenage girl named Alice, as they navigate the post-apocalyptic landscape. As the group travels through the desolate streets, they encounter both the dangers of the "phoners" and the collapse of society. Along the way, Clay desperately searches for his estranged son, who was on a school trip during the pulse. The group faces numerous challenges, not only from the transformed individuals but also from other survivors who have turned violent in their fight for resources.

The story explores themes of technology gone awry, societal breakdown, and the primal instincts that emerge in the face of a cataclysmic event. The survivors must come to terms with the loss of their former lives while adapting to the new, perilous reality. "Cell" weaves a tense narrative that keeps audiences on the edge of their seats, blending horror with psychological elements. The film explores the consequences of unchecked technological advancements and the fragility of civilization when faced with an uncontrollable force. It's a gripping tale of survival, humanity, and the eerie consequences of a world gone silent in the wake of a deadly signal.
Year : 2016
IMDB Rating: 4
Director: Tod Williams
Top Billing Cast:  John Cusack Samuel L. Jackson Isabelle Fuhrman

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  1. In 2009, Stephen King revealed he wrote a screenplay for the film, crafting a new ending in response to reader complaints about the book's conclusion.
  2. The painting of a ship on stormy waters in John Cusack's son's bedroom mirrors the infamous artwork from Cusack's hotel room in Stephen King's 1408 (2007).
  3. The film diverges from the book as the zombie-like infected gain psychic abilities like telekinesis, hinting at the human brain's supernatural potential, vaguely alluded to by survivors.
  4. The airport scenes include subtle nods to Stephen King's works, such as gate A6 referencing the lethal virus strain from The Stand and the announcement of "Flight 1408 to Los Angeles," a nod to the short story and movie 1408 (2007).
  5. John Cusack and Samuel L. Jackson reunite for their second Stephen King movie, following 1408 (2007), making it Cusack's third King film after Stand by Me (1986).
  6. Samuel L. Jackson, cast as Tom McCourt, was unaware of his character's sexuality, staying true to his refusal to portray intimate scenes with another man, a stance he declared in a Playboy interview years before.
  7. Eli Roth initially planned to write and direct the adaptation but withdrew due to creative differences.
  8. The film's distribution faced challenges from the start, with no U.S. distributor initially signing on. Clarius Entertainment, the start-up distributor, faced struggles, and Saban Films eventually saved Cell, similar to their intervention with Rob Zombie's 31 (2016).
  9. Despite a 2014 copyright, Cell was released in 2016, facing delays and distribution uncertainties.
  10. John Cusack's portrayal of an author in Cell marks the seventh time he takes on such a role in films, adding to his list of author characters in Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil (1997), Martian Child (2007), 1408 (2007), 2012 (2009), The Raven (2012), and Adult World (2013).
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