A smooth-talking New York publicist (Colin Farrell) answers a phone ringing in a phone booth and is forced
to stay there for the duration of the film by a sniper who is bent on making him pay for his professional and personal indiscretions. Also
with Forest Whitaker, Keith Nobbs, Katie Holmes and Kiefer Sutherland. [1:20]
SEX/NUDITY 4 - A man and a woman kiss a couple of times. A woman tries to entice a man by rubbing her breasts (she's in a
bikini top) against a glass phone booth door. A man asks another man about his inability to satisfy his wife sexually, and a man talks
about being unfaithful to his wife. The phone booth is situated across the street from an exotic dance club and we see several of the
women who work there in revealing outfits throughout the movie (their outfits reveal bare legs, cleavage, bare shoulders, bare backs and
abdomens). A man and a woman send each other a "big kiss" over the phone.
VIOLENCE/GORE 4 - A man shakes a phone booth, breaks the glass with a baseball bat, grabs the man inside, pulls him out,
punches him a few times and holds him by the throat, then the aggressor is shot in the back, he stumbles backward and falls dead on the
ground (we see blood on his mouth and on his back). A dead body is found with a pool of blood beside it and we hear that he slashed his
own throat with a carpenter's knife (we see him again on a gurney with his eyes open and a very bloody neck wound). A man is shot in the
ear -- we see a chunk missing from his ear, a stream of blood on his ear and down his neck through the rest of the movie. We see two men
being shot (in grainy flashback). A toy robot is shot and blows to pieces on a busy street. A man is shot and falls to the ground. There
are tense moments with many police officers holding guns on a man. A gun is aimed at several people (we see a red dot on their clothing).
A man talks about being in war and describes wounded people with charred flesh, and finding grenades hidden in his boots. A man describes
the size the exit wound would be if someone was shot by his bullet. A man yells on a telephone. We see the chalk outline of a dead man on
PROFANITY 10 - 95 F-words and its derivatives, 1 obscene hand gesture, 6 sexual references, 13 scatological terms, 14
anatomical terms, 5 mild obscenities, 1 derogatory term for Caucasians, 3 religious profanities, 12 religious exclamations. [profanity glossary]
DISCUSSION TOPICS - Infidelity, honesty, prostitution, pedophilia, inhumanity, divorce, psychiatry, credibility, stalking,
selfishness, loneliness, sins, religion.
MESSAGE - Trust is the key to any relationship.
(Note: People are shown smoking cigarettes.)