The Cell (1/5) Movie CLIP – Boy With a Horse (2000) HD
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The Cell (1/5) Movie CLIP – Boy With a Horse (2000) HD

August 13, 2019

Hey, you. Yeah, you like that, don’t you? Is your name carl? You know, I know another
little boy with a horse. His name’s edward. I mean the boy, not the horse. What’s wrong?

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  1. I guess if you watched the movie you would know that they're inside the mind of a demented, tortured person. I wouldnt comment on a movie I never watched…. Love this movie!

  2. I remember catching this on tv when I was 10 or 11. It scared the living fuck out of me. Watching it as an adult I find it more interesting/corny than disturbing, especially because I'm familiar with all the art pieces and paintings they ripped off for most of the movie's creepy visuals.

  3. I've never seen this film, this is the first time I've seen this clip. Not sure if it's out of context but… what? What's keeping that horse just stood there? How is it stood perfectly still? Plus I highly doubt that would be the sound the horse would make with that thing being dropped on it. This is some looney tunes physics going in here.

  4. This movie was waaaayy ahead of its time in the special effects department. And JLo is such a great actress. Shes often dismissed because she dismisses it.

  5. Can someone please tell me why this happened in the movie like I don't understand. And the horse is still alive inside the glass ??

  6. If the movie from which this scene was took was made better, then this scene would symbolize serial killer's obsession with torturing animals at the begining of their "career". But unfortunately this move was poorly structured and written.

  7. I remember only this scene when I was around 6 years old, and let me tell you don't let any child let alone a child who loves horses watch this.

  8. This movie The Cell, always reminded me of Exorist II The Heretic and Hellraiser. You have the blending of two minds locked together and deciding into hell and seeing it with demons all around torturing you and making you go mad. It's an underrated film, it's a good thing it's starting to finally receive it's cult status it deserves.

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