'The Cell' never seems to gets the credit it deserves. Director Tarsem Singh created a beautifully horrific film with several transcendent scenes that definitely stick with you. If you've seen this movie, you will probably never forget the horse dissection or that amazing overhead crane shot of the river baptism.
Yes, it's got some sketchy late-90s CGI. Yes, Jennifer Lopez is perhaps more set dressing than actress, but Vince Vaughn definitely carries his weight (fifteen years before 'True Detective' Season Two, remember), and Vincent D'Onofrio is incredible.
Surprisingly good sci-fi thriller with Jennifer Lopez and Vince Vaughn in the lead rolls: after kidnapping another of his victims, a serial killer has fallen into a coma. Since he's the only one who knows were he hid the woman, a desperate FBI agent (Vaughn) uses a new technology with which one can connect two minds together. One of the few people who can use this machine is a child therapist (Lopez) and so the two of them venture into the serial killer's mind to find out the hiding place of the latest victim. The question behind this movie is "What's going on inside a serial killers mind?".
How can a movie that is so weird be so boring. Mind boggling.