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|Contains the terrifying thrillers THE CELL and THE JACKET|
THE CELL: A terrifying journey into the mind of a killer is taken by Jennifer Lopez (Wedding Planner, Selena) in this chilling, critically acclaimed psychological thriller. When a serial killer (Vincent D'Onofrio, The Thirteenth Floor, Men In Black falls into a coma before his last victim can be found, a child therapist (Lopez) must use an experimental treatment to enter his mind and learn his secrets before it is too late. The visually haunting world threatens her very existence when he becomes trapped by the terror inside. Now, an FBI agent (Vince Vaughn, Swingers, Jurassic Park: The Lost World) must rescue her from the killer's nightmare mind before he too is lost to the twisted world forever.
THE JACKET: Academy Award-winner Adrien Brody stars as a Gulf War veteran wrongly accused of murder, and subsequently committed to a mental institution. A controversial treatment regimen sends him on a mind-bending journey into the future, where he can foresee his death - and must try to stop it. Also stars Keira Knightley (Pirates of the Caribbean 1 & 2, Bend it Like Beckham), Daniel Craig (Road to Perdition), Golden Globe-nominated Jennifer Jason Leigh, Kelly Lynch (Charlie's Angels) and Kris Kristofferson.
"[Cell] Creepy and horrific... Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times
"[Jacket] The first great film of 2005. Luke Y. Thompson, Dallas Observer
"[Cell] Suspenseful, brilliant and visionary. Roger Ebert, Roger Ebert & The Movies
Editor's NoteTHE JACKET: Oscar-winner Adrien Brody (THE PIANO) stars in THE JACKET, an intense psychological thriller about a Gulf War veteran who finds himself trapped inside another terrifying scenario. Shot in the head while in Iraq, Jack Starks (Brody) has returned home only to be convicted of a murder that he didn't commit. Still reeling from his wartime trauma, Jack is found not guilty by reason of insanity and is committed to an institution for the criminally insane. Once there, he is drugged by the evil Dr. Becker (Kris Kristofferson) and placed into a coffin-like drawer on a nightly basis. Inside the drawer, after being tormented with horrific war flashbacks, Jack is mysteriously transported to the future, where he forms a tender relationship with the hardened, beautiful Jackie (Keira Knightley). Aware that he is destined to die in four days, Jack must use his new gift to figure out what happened to him, with the hopes of altering the course of history.Directed by John Maybury (LOVE IS THE DEVIL), THE JACKET features another electrifying performance from Brody. Acclaimed artist Brian Eno contributes a transcendent score, which contrasts beautifully with Peter Deming's stark cinematography. As the weary Jackie, Knightley proves once again that she's more than just a pretty face.THE CELL: A wild ride inside the mind of a serial killer, THE CELL is a movie that leads viewers on a strange visual and psychological journey. Catherine Deane (Jennifer Lopez) is a child therapist working on an experimental new technology that allows for direct access into someone else's mind. However, the benefits of the technology are still unproven. Meanwhile FBI Agent Peter Novak (Vince Vaughn) is hard at work tracking down a serial killer who encloses women in a small glass cell and drowns them. Novak is able to identify the killer as Carl Stargher (Vincent D'Onofrio), but before he can be arrested, he goes into a coma. The only way to rescue his most recent victim is for Catherine to enter his mind using the experimental technology. However, Stargher's mind is so warped and frightening, there's no way to know what Deane will encounter inside of it. THE CELL is the feature film debut of Tarsem Singh, a renowned commercial and video director who overloads his film with visual splendor and horror, while sticking to a simple story of innocence lost and innocent victims saved. A must-see for fans of dark psychological thrillers, THE CELL features some controversial violence and sexual content along with amazing special effects. A chilling yet strangely elegant thriller, THE CELL is a stunning cinematic experience.
|Jennifer Jason Leigh|
|John Maybury - [Jacket] Director|
|Tarsem Singh - [Cell] Director|
MTV Award (2001)
|Vincent D'Onofrio, Nominee, [Cell] Best Villain|