"Guilty" is one of the latest Netflix crime films to be well received. Jake Gyllenhaal's performance as the lead actor in the one-location film was well-received by critics, with many considering him a possible Oscar nominee for Best Actor in a Leading Role.
The culprit is actually a remake of the Danish film It is also the work of Gustav Mller, who was nominated for Best Picture in a Non-English Language Film category at the 2018 Academy Awards.
He works as a telephone operator at the Police Emergency Center. The disturbing routine of Joe's life continues until a phone call from an injured woman changes everything, and he must do his best to get things back to normal.
Although the culprit is incoherent and some The details of the film are original, but it is an exciting and tense film that is spectacular because of Gyllenhaal's good acting. It may seem boring to imagine Joe Biler talking on the phone from beginning to end, but the focus on a single place and character is one of the reasons for the film's suspense and shocking story twists.
We introduce 9 other films that are very similar to Sinner in terms of technique, storyline or both; So if you enjoyed watching the Netflix crime trailer, stay tuned.
9- Mobile ( Cellular ) >
- Release year: 2004 >
- Director: David R. Ellis
- Cast: Chris Evans, Kim Basinger, Jason Statham, Jessica Biel, Eric Christian Olsen >
- IMDb rating for movie: 6.5 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating for movie : 55 out of 100
A young woman named Jessica (Kim Basinger) is taken hostage by an unknown group for unknown reasons and finds a worn-out cell phone in her hiding place. After much effort, Jessica repairs the phone and accidentally picks up the number of a young boy named Ryan (Chris Evans) and asks him for help.
Here, too, Chris Evans, like Jake Gyllenhaal, calls He gets a phone call from an unknown woman and tries to save her from the situation she is in. With the difference that Ryan is an ordinary human being, unlike the sinful Joe Bayler, he has no executive power and must work alone. The main difference between mobile and guilty is the multiplicity of locations and actors; Here we even see the face and situation in which the victim is caught, and we do not need to visualize all the events solely from what we hear. It appeals silly, but because of the unlimited number of locations and characters, it has attractive action scenes. In any case, if you are looking to watch an exciting popcorn movie on a boring weekend, mobile can be a great option.
8- Searching > )
- Release year: 2018
- Director: Anish Chaganti
- Actors: John Chow, Debra Messing, Sarah Sean, Alex Jane Go, Michelle La, Joseph Lee
- IMDb rating for movie: 7.6 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz's rating for the film: 92 out of 100
is a search for relatively low-budget films that received very positive reactions from audiences and critics at the time of its release. Was accompanied. The film is one of the best examples of a new genre called "laptop movies" and is based on the display of laptop messages and movies, smartphones and social networks.
Probably one of the most fundamental fears in the lives of many people on Earth It is for someone else to access their personal information on social media and smart devices for whatever reason. You must have heard jokes like this: "If I die, be sure to delete your computer hard drive and social network searches!"
Now, with this introduction, we go to the introduction of search. The film is based on this very strange and scary event; A 16-year-old girl goes missing and her father has to go to the girl's laptop to find clues and check the stored information, social media and anything related to her daughter.
It is horrible for the missing person and it is a kind of violation of his privacy, but finding out some secrets for parents also seems scary and unbelievable!
The main lines of the search are not very similar to the culprit, but Here, too, we are on the side of a man who tries to put together the puzzle pieces of another person's disappearance and solve the puzzle with the least possible losses. In each voice, watching the search with its different atmosphere and narrative style can create fascinating moments for you.
7- Phone Booth )
- Release year: 2002
- Director: Joel Schumacher
- Actors: Colin Farrell, Kiefer Sutherland, Forrest Whitaker, Rada Michelle, Katie Holmes, Paula Jay Parker, Tia Texada
- IMDb rating for the film: 7 out of 10
- 72 out of 100
The telephone booth follows the story of a journalist named Stuart Shepard (Colin Farrell) who, after receiving a mysterious phone call in A telephone booth gets in trouble. The story becomes even more frightening when the caller threatens to be hit by a sniper if Stuart cuts off the call and leaves the counter. To save his life, our storyteller has to obey the caller's commands. Here, too, Stuart (Colin Farrell) must face his painful past and prepare himself for punishment. Farrell has a great performance at the phone booth and the audience will enjoy watching this exciting movie.
6- Locke strong>
- Release year: 2013
- Director: Steven Knight
- Cast: Tom Hardy, Olivia Coleman, Ruth Wilson, Andrew Scott, Ben Daniels, Tom Holland
- IMDb rating for movie: 7.1 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating To the film: 91 out of 100
Tom Hardy, starring in Locke, showed that he is not just a commercial actor and that he alone can keep the audience with the film. He is the sole actor in the one-location film, and the voices of prominent actors such as Olivia Coleman, Ruth Wilson and Tom Holland can be heard through telephone conversations. On the day he has to do one of his most important job duties, he is confronted with the news of his mistress giving birth prematurely and is forced to move from Birmingham to London. While driving, Locke has various phone conversations with his co-workers, mistress, wife and children and decides to reveal the story of his infidelity. LT is. Here, however, parts of Locke's dark past are illuminated through telephone conversations. In any case, the story of the film may not be as suspenseful as Netflix's guilt, but Tom Hardy, with his acting genius, captures dazzling moments that are not without grace.
5- Safe Room ( Panic Room )
- Director: David Fincher
- Actors: Judy Foster, Kristin Stewart, Forrest Whitaker, Dwight Joachim, Jared Leto
- IMDb Score: 6.8 out of 10/li>
- Raton Tomitoz's rating for the film: 75 out of 100
When it comes to suspense and excitement, David Fincher takes the lead and the safe room Another fascinating and abandoned work of hers that terrifies the audience like the main characters with suspenseful moments.
Divorced woman (Judy Foster) and her daughter (Christine Stewart) live in a modern mansion in Manhattan he does. In this strange house, there is a room that is completely separate from other parts of the house and informs the residents about the events in the corner of the house through CCTV.
Everything goes more or less well until three burglars break into the house They are brought in and the mother and daughter of the story are forced to take refuge in a safe room, but the story is complicated by the fact that the girl's diabetes medicine is left outside the room and what the thieves are looking for is right inside the room!
Safe is one of the best trailers of the last two decades, and in terms of the story of the kidnapping and the limited location, it is very similar to the culprit, and of course, it has a heavier atmosphere than the latest Netflix crime trailer. The film received rave reviews from feminists for its portrayal of strong women.
4- Buried ( Buried ")
- Release: 2010
- Director: Rodrigo Cortes
- Actors: Ryan Reynolds
- IMDb rating to movie: 7 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating to movie: 78 Of the 100
Buried One of the most acclaimed 2010 films follows the story of a civilian truck driver (Ryan Reynolds) who is attacked in Iraq by a group of unidentified assailants and beaten to death. His head faints. After regaining consciousness, he realizes that he is buried in a wooden coffin with his hands and feet tied, and that he has nothing with him except a lighter and a mobile phone. It happens and the main character only communicates with others through telephone conversations. However, due to the closed nature of the coffin and the induction of claustrophobia (fear of closed space), the nerves become even more crushing and suspenseful.
Much of the film's success depends on Ryan Reynolds' unique performance. In the suspense, he goes out of his comfort zone and instead of portraying a humorous superhero, he portrays a helpless and exhausted man who either has to surrender to death or fight at the last minute to survive.
Since most of the film takes place in the closed space of the coffin, it can be an unpleasant experience for people with claustrophobia.
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- Release year: 2012
- Director: Craig Zobel
- Actors: Anne David, Derima Walker, Bill Camp, Pat Healy li>
- IMDb rating to movie: 6.4 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating to The movie: 89 out of 100
is a true story adaptation based on the phone calls of an intruder to restaurants in various cities in the United States, which makes the narrative even scarier.
The story in R. An imaginary star happens. A man who introduces himself as a police officer contacts the restaurant management and claims that one of the female employees with blond hair is a thief. He forces the restaurant manager to interrogate the employee and comply with his demands, and this seemingly ordinary telephone harassment takes on horrible proportions. Anna Davood's performance in Adaptation was critically acclaimed. Is the issues.
2- Taking Of Pelham 123 ( The Taking Of Pelham 123 )
- Release year: 2009
- Director: Tony Scott
- Cast: Denzel Washington, John Travolta, John Torturo, James Gandolfini, Frank Wood
- Score </<strong> IMDb to movie: 6.4 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz rating to movie: 51 out of 100
Taking Pelham 123 is adapted from the novel of the same name by Marton Fidgon, which depicts the abduction of a train by four assailants led by John Travolta. Denzel Washington, in his role as a transit officer, must be in touch with the kidnappers' leadership, listen to their demands, and prevent further catastrophes by managing the railroads in a timely manner. The name of the phone call to improve the situation and control the situation. Of course, there is a lot of criticism of Tony Scott's direction, and many critics believe that he has not been able to capture all the dimensions of this exciting story. h2> 1- Call ( The Call )
- Release Year: 2013
- Director: Brad Anderson
- Actors: Halle Berry, Abigail Breslin, Maurice Chesnat, Michael Auckland, Michael Emprioli
- Score IMDb To Movie: 6.7 out of 10
- Raton Tomitoz Score to Movie: 44 out of 100
Many Contact Sections It reflects Netflix's narrative and suspenseful nature. This thriller follows the story of Jordan Turner (Halle Berry), the telephone operator of the Police Emergency Center, who, despite all his efforts to save a girl from a magician, kills her and resigns for a while. After a few months, he accidentally encounters another contact, which is very similar to it and gives the kidnappers the same chance; So he personally works to identify the killer and bring him to justice. Both operators are police emergency centers, both try to save the victim from the complicated situation they are in with their advice, both deal with a dark past and a sense of remorse, and use this call as a way to reduce their guilt. They know, and of course they both go beyond their duties.
Of course, the narrative method of contact is not as limited as the sinner, and he uses different locations to narrate, and the audience sees the face of the attacker and the victim.
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