Director Scott McGinnis is now on my personal top ten list, and he entered it
after I saw the very first scene of this movie. There was something about a camera
angle and its focus that told me right away that this movie was going to be good.
Night Call reflects painstaking research and accuracy about facts. But thanks to the cuts executed randomly, the whole point is lost.
Murders - that's what this movie is about. And murder - that's what Kaavya did to this film by butchering the best scenes. And I'm not talking about porn, if that's what you are inferring. I'm....