The Bone Collector

The Bone Collector (1999)

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Corrected entry: After the scene where Amelia has found the old man and the young girl in the water, Amelia is looking at the next item of evidence and describing it to Rhyme (Denzel) on her mobile phone. Then the stupid cop who has taken over the case from Rhyme arrives and grabs the phone from Amelia. While he is talking on that phone, Amelia runs off and explores the abandoned subway station. Somehow she has got a mobile phone again to resume her interaction with Rhyme.

Correction: Detective Chaney takes the large format police radio from Amelia to talk to Rhyme, not her mobile phone. She resumes communication with Rhyme from her phone as she proceeds to walk the crime scene in the subway station.

Corrected entry: When Amelia picks up the phone when she is half asleep and the person hangs up on her she puts the phone back down but not on the receiver.A few moments later the phone is back on the hook and rings.

Correction: No one hangs up on her when shes picks up the phone. She hangs up on them and then places the phone off the reciever.

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