Miss Dial

2013

Comedy / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 59%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 59% · 50 ratings
IMDb Rating 5.9/10 10 942 942

Top cast

Gabrielle Union as Long Story Caller
Dulé Hill as Popcorn Caller
Amanda Crew as Amanda
Sara Rue as Sam
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810.55 MB
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English 2.0
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23.976 fps
1 hr 28 min
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1.47 GB
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English 2.0
R
23.976 fps
1 hr 28 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by paul_haakonsen 6 / 10

Surprisingly good...

Alright then. I happened to stumble upon the 2013 comedy "Miss Dial" here in 2024, by random luck actually. And it was a movie that I had never heard about. And thus, since I hadn't already seen the movie, of course I took the time to sit down and watch what writer and director David H. Steinberg had to deliver.

Truthfully, then I figured that I would be in for a sappy comedy here. But that was based on the cover and the movie's title, since I didn't know what I was in for.

Color me impressed. Writer and director David H. Steinberg churned out a script and storyline that proved to be heartfelt, entertaining, enjoyable and also memorable. Sure, it was a bit sappy and generic, but it worked out nicely. And I have to admit that I was genuinely entertained throughout the course of the 88 minutes that the movie ran for.

I found the storyline to be original enough to stand out among many other romantic comedies, and that definitely was because of the talent of writer and director David H. Steinberg.

Of the entire cast ensemble, I was only familiar with Sara Rue, whom was in a supportive role here. I will say that leading actress Robinne Lee (playing Erica) and leading actor Same Jaeger (playing Kyle) carried the movie quite nicely.

I would say that "Miss Dial" is actually worth sitting down to watch if you enjoy romantic comedies.

My rating of this 2013 romantic comedy from writer and director David H. Steinberg lands on a six out of ten stars.

Reviewed by buttfries 3 / 10

A concept with a lot of potential that was killed by a boring execution.

Miss Dial is another one of those movies that you wanna see for other reasons than the plot itself. The film seemed interesting because of the director's approach to it. What made me curious was that the film was supposed to be shot so that no two characters would be filmed together. Although the idea seemed awesome, the execution of it was honestly just disappointing. The movie started off well, but quickly turned from average to almost unbearable. The acting seemed a bit forced, and sometimes it actually looked like some of the stars were reading their lines off of the wall in front of them when they were faced with a longer part. The story began to just be weird at a certain point, and it seemed like the characters didn't seem to ever face any consequence for the choices they made. Through the middle of the movie the events that take place start to get repetitive and predictable; Take a call, Call a stranger, Get a non intimidating call from your boss about work ethic, repeat. After a while, a new step is added to the circle of events when she calls a volunteer EMT named Kyle who swept Erica off of her feet with his good looks and monogamous principals. The end of the movie was extremely rushed, and extremely predictable. Erica and Kyle both hear a siren outside, and it's finally revealed that Kyle just so happened to move right next to her. Overall this movie is pretty bad, and basically seemed to me like a day in the life of a woman who uses her contradicting relationship with telephones to build a strong connection with a man who should have realized that he lived a block away when he creepily scoured through her Facebook page in the very beginning of the movie.

Reviewed by ife-arteaga 7 / 10

Enjoyable

This was a very enjoyable and laughter filled film. There were many scenes that kept me laughing especially when the lead actress Eric would make calls for her job. The concept of the "Miss Dial" in which Erica would call a random person and just talk with them was a very original idea to me. It really made me think about how, despite all these social networks, are disconnected from people outside the people we see everyday. Less and less people are breaking out of their comfort zone to meet new people and more and they are stuck behind a computer screen. Although I really enjoyed this film the ending was no much to my liking as it ended up like any other love story with the man and women meeting and having a happily ever after.

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