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Disturbia

Released on 21 January 2008

Featuring: Shia LaBeouf, David Morse & Sarah Roemer

Format: DVD | Rating: 15 years & over

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After his father's accidental death, Kale (Shia LaBeouf) becomes sullen, withdrawn and troubled. When he lashes out at a well-intentioned but insensitive teacher, he finds himself under a court-ordered house arrest. His mother, Julie (Carrie-Anne Moss), works night and day in order to support herself and her son, as she tries in vain to understand the changes in his personality.

The walls of his house begin to close in on Kale as he takes chances to extend the boundaries of his confinement. His interests turn outside the windows of his suburban home toward those of his neighbours, including a mutual attraction to the new girl next door (Sarah Roemer). Together, they begin to suspect that another neighbour is a serial killer. Are their suspicions merely the product of Kale's cabin fever and vivid imagination? Or have they unwittingly stumbled across a crime that could cost them their lives?

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 A post-modern rear window with style

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Rear window is one of my top five films, so when I heard of this, I wanted to hate it.

I know alot of people on this are younger than me so they may not appreciate the above statement, however, I expected it to be nothing more of a dumming down, action packed version of the classic. Yet despite my naive prior judgement, I was more than pleasantly surprised by this film. It is intelligent, well planned, well filmed, filled with suspense and unique in its portrayal of young America. Only the premise of the film relates to rear window, and not in a bad way!

Shia is fantastic, absolutely fantastic in this role. He adds depth in a realistic way, and the film never goes too far in its ambition. It is not simply a remake, it's a realistic modernisation made thoroughly entertaining by the fantastic Aaron Yoo who is hilarious and likeable. The girl who plays Ashley is stunning, alot more useful than many of the women in these sorts of films and incredibly likeable despite her amazing figure and perfect face.

The film is filled with suspense, but unlike many films it is a watch it again type of movie. After watching this I completely changed my opinion of Shia LaBeouf, making an awful lot of films easier to watch, and will certainly be more wary when I see my neighbour's curtains twitching.

 A REAR WINDOW REMAKE FOR THE ASBO GENERATION!

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This is a great little thriller, it's very funny, clever and is full of white knuckle moments. Shia LaBeouf ( TV's Even Stevens, Transformers) is brilliant in this, and is a young star to watch out for. He plays a 18 year old kid who punches his Spanish teacher after a comment about LaBeouf's dead dad. LaBeouf gets put under house arrest for three month, where he is tagged and cannot stray far from his surroundings. With little to do in the three months, he becomes obsessed with the world outside and watches every move of the neighbours, including the new hot girl next door. With the local tv news playing bullitins of missing women in the area, he starts to be convinced that one of the guys in his street is the killer. But is it the tedium of being a prisoner in his own home taking it's toll on LaBeouf, or is he a real killer?
The film is very clever and entertaining, with many a funny moment, but when the film starts to turn darker and turns into a full on thriller it is in a class of it's own.
This is a great homage to the old Hichcock movies.
Although aimed at the mid-teen market, the film is intelligenly written and never dumbed down, and should entertain the most hardened thriller fan.
A Very Entertaining Thriller!

 A REAR WINDOW REMAKE FOR THE ASBO GENERATION!

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This is a great little thriller, it's very funny, clever and is full of white knuckle moments. Shia LaBeouf ( TV's Even Stevens, Transformers) is brilliant in this, and is a young star to watch out for. He plays a 18 year old kid who punches his Spanish teacher after a comment about LaBeouf's dead dad. LaBeouf gets put under house arrest for three month, where he is tagged and cannot stray far from his surroundings. With little to do in the three months, he becomes obsessed with the world outside and watches every move of the neighbours, including the new hot girl next door. With the local tv news playing bullitins of missing women in the area, he starts to be convinced that one of the guys in his street is the killer. But is it the tedium of being a prisoner in his own home taking it's toll on LaBeouf, or is he a real killer?
The film is very clever and entertaining, with many a funny moment, but when the film starts to turn darker and turns into a full on thriller it is in a class of it's own.
This is a great homage to the old Hichcock movies.
Although aimed at the mid-teen market, the film is intelligenly written and never dumbed down, and should entertain the most hardened thriller fan.
A Very Entertaining Thriller!

 Disturbia

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This film is not what you expected but definately a good watch. A murderer, a tagged teen and the girl next door all mix together well to bring you an amazing film.

 not what i expected but still good.

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This movie is was really really good. Although the trailers make it look like an intense thriller dont be fooled. Its more like a romantic comedy with a side order of serial killer. I found myself more interested in shia labeoufs attempts at the girl next door and his messing around with his friend than the actual story with the killer. Teens and young adults should love this, slasher fans might find this lacking alot of blood and gore so maybe should rent rather than buy but at 2.99 if you dont like it give it away.

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ActorsShia LaBeouf, David Morse, Sarah Roemer, Carrie-Anne Moss, Kurt David Anderson, Elyse Mirto, Aaron Yoo, Jose Pablo Cantillo, Matt Craven & Viola Davis
DirectorD.J. Caruso
Certificate15 years and over
Year2007
ScreenWidescreen 1.85:1 Anamorphic
LanguagesEnglish - Dolby Digital (5.1)
Duration1 hour and 45 minutes (approx)
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.