Warhawk’s review published on Letterboxd:
The Phone Call isn't anything special except in it's strange pacing, bassoon music, and ridiculous dialogue. Scott really has problems talking to women he is attracted to (totally empathize, I was like that until around age 24) and the film banks on his embarrassing conversations and actions to bring comedy to the screen. Very little of it makes sense, but a lot of it is memorable and quotable even years between viewings. It's not something super special, but is a fun little gem from a mostly unheard of studio and I have enjoyed watching it throughout the years.