The Number 23 (2007) Trailer

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The Number 23 (2007) - Trailer

The Number 23 (2007) - Trailer
Year: 2007
Genres: Horror, Thriller, Drama, Mystery, Crime
Type: Trailers
Duration: 2M21S
Cast: Virginia Madsen, Rhona Mitra, Patricia Belcher, Ed Lauter, Danny Huston, Corey Stoll, Tom Lenk, Jim Carrey, Rudolph Willrich, Michelle Arthur, Maile Flanagan, Taylor McCluskey, Logan Lerman, Eddie Rouse, John Fink, David Stifel, Susan Kitchen, Coier Amerson, Michael Hurley, Mark Pellegrino, Donna G. Earley, Shannon Gayle Hurd, Butch, Lynn Collins, Bud Cort, Dale Guy Madison, Kerry Hoyt, K.T. Rowe, Lesli Margherita, Paul Butcher
Director(s): Joel Schumacher

Trailer: The Number 23 (2007)

Walter Sparrow becomes obsessed with a novel that he believes was written about him. As his obsession increases, more and more similarities seem to arise.

The psychological thriller "The Number 23" stars Jim Carrey as a man whose life unravels after he comes into contact with an obscure book titled The Number 23. As he reads the book, he becomes increasingly convinced that it is based on his own life. His obsession with the number 23 starts to consume him, and he begins to realize the book forecasts far graver consequences for his life than he could have ever imagined. via Warner Bros.

Synopsis:

On his birthday, Walter Sparrow, an amiable dog-catcher, takes a call that leaves him dog bit and late to pick up his wife. She's browsed in a bookstore, finding a blood-red-covered novel, a murder mystery with numerology that loops constantly around the number 23. The story captivates Walter: he dreams it, he notices aspects of his life that can be rendered by "23," he searches for the author, he stays in the hotel (in room 23) where events in the novel took place, and he begins to believe it was no novel. His wife and son try to help him, sometimes in sympathy, sometimes to protect him. Slowly, with danger to himself and to his family, he closes in on the truth.