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Sorry Charlie (2023) Movie Review

By Newguy

Sorry Charlie – Movie Review

Get ready for a thrilling ride with 'Sorry Charlie', a movie that explores the dark side of a remote helpline volunteer's life.

Director: Colton Tran

Writer: Luke Genton (Screenplay)


Plot: A remote helpline volunteer is targeted by a stranger who lures women from their homes with a recording of a crying baby.

Runtime: 1 Hour 15 Minutes

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Story: Sorry Charlie starts as Charlie (Kenny) has taken a role supporting people in need. She is a survivor of an incident a few months ago and is heavily pregnant. Meanwhile, the capture of a serial killer who left the noise of a crying baby outside has been running around the area.

Charlie starts to notice she has been getting the early signs of the killer and starts researching the known information about them. Her past is coming back to haunt her and now she must face the reality of what they want.

Verdict on Sorry Charlie

Sorry Charlie is a horror thriller following a woman working from home after an incident. She offers support for other people in need but starts to suspect her stalker has returned. It leads to her facing a race against time to figure out what is happening in her life.

Over the last few years, we have started seeing a lot more of the workers from home getting stalked movies. They are easier to make and rely on one person’s performance for the most part. Kathleen Kenny does a great job here, carrying the movie with her interactions over the phone.

Ever since we first saw the iconic Sidney Prescott try to have a private life before getting stalked, the idea has bounced up into a concept that can become an extended movie. This one is one of the better ones as we see our leading lady have a good reason to fear the outside and be prepared for the worst to happen. It uses the environment for tension and shows the people outside encourage overcoming their fears.

Where to Watch

On UK digital 27 May from Miracle Media

Final Thoughts Sorry Charlie is filled with tension and a captivating story.

Sorry Charlie (2023) Movie Review

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