It's Rediff time again. Our target is a review of Devil, a film written and co-produced by M. Night Shyamalan (he has the same initials as a certain political party, but that has no bearing here). Let's start with the simple typographical problems.
These days it might serve a movie well to keep that idea as far off the promotional frontline as possible: Try far away from instead of creating your own phrases.
Hell it might make for a fantastic twist ending to a film someday: consider adding an exclamation mark after Hell and capitalising i in it. It would be a better idea to refrain from imitating conversational speech heared in some American film.
Neither run time nor runtime works as a substitute for the more familiar running time.
It's clichéd note and not cliche note.
We conclude with a look at a comparison implied in the review between Devil and Phone Booth.
The "short but long-seeming run[sic] time" of Phone Booth was, according to IMDB, 81 minutes.
The reviewer then writes about Devil: The film has a short and sweet runtime. The running time of Devil is, according to IMDB, 80 minutes.
1 minute was all it took.