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Disturbia [HD DVD]


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  • Actors: Shia LaBeouf, David Morse, Carrie-Anne Moss, Sarah Roemer, Aaron Yoo
  • Directors: D.J. Caruso
  • Writers: Carl Ellsworth, Christopher Landon
  • Producers: E. Bennett Walsh, Ivan Reitman, Jackie Marcus Schaffer, Joe Medjuck, Kwame Parker
  • Format: AC-3, Anamorphic, Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, Dubbed, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC
  • Language: English, French, Spanish
  • Subtitles: English, French, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13
  • Studio: DreamWorks
  • Release Date: Aug. 7 2007
  • Run Time: 105 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000RO6K9O
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #66,763 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jenny J.J.I. TOP 500 REVIEWER on Aug. 28 2007
Format: DVD
Disturbia proves to be a good thriller that provides some pleasant entertainment. It may not be original (which has been pointed out endlessly) but at least it offers a good time. I believe D.J. Caruso did a nice job behind the camera. He took about fifty minutes to build the story up and develop the characters before releasing the suspense. There was plenty of suspense in the last thirty minutes or so in the movie and it was more than just "gotcha" scares but actual suspense which really made the film enjoyable. The viewer really gets behind the main character so don't be surprised if you find yourself rooting out loud for Kale's survival.

The writing was also decent even if most of it felt a bit recycled. There were many plot points that were easy to figure out but this didn't damage the movie too much. Some of the dialog was really annoying though like the "You can't have a stakeout without coffee and doughnuts" line but while the lines were very corny, they were only a minor problem therefore not too damaging to the film. Also, for those expecting something like Red Eye (Widescreen Edition)or Cellular (New Line Platinum Series), look elsewhere. Those films really had the suspense going the entire film while Disturbia really only has a shocking beginning followed by forty minutes of character and story development. I'm not saying the film was boring, just not very suspenseful during those forty minutes or so. After that, Disturbia did get very exciting and it was fun to watch.

Shia LaBeouf was shockingly good as Kale. Generally, I think he's an okay actor all yet he was actually pretty convincing here along with Transformers .
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Matthew King on Aug. 12 2007
Format: DVD
There seems to be a lot of movies like this these days about the mundane life of the suburbs (see Little Children for a great take on this). In this film, Shea Leboeuf (Transformers, Indiana Jones 4) plays a youth with a short fuse who's been confined to 3 months of home arrest for assaulting his Spanish teacher. Bored, he begins to develop a fascination with spying on neighbours and dissceting their routine lives. One neighbour in particular, might be a serial killer and Shea, along with the help of his new girlfriend, tries to unravel the mystery of whether or not the guy really is a serial killer. Although disturbingly similar to a 1989 Tom Hanks movie called "The Burbs", I found this to be thoroughly entertaining and very well acted. Highly recommended.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Stolzie on July 30 2007
Format: DVD
most horror movies are just jumpy, or ones that make you scream, but thwey aren't all that interesting. Disturbia is both. It's gorey, it's scary, and it is VERY interesting. Kale, a teenager under house arrest, finds himself being a neighbour of a seriaal killer who kills women that are 20-40, then stuffs them into a wall. all he has to do is make sure this doesn't happen again, and that the killer gets caught. the only problem is that he knwos Kale knows what he does. But also, because he went out of the distance from his house for more than 10 seconds so much, when he tries to use is to his advantege, the cops delay.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lawrance M. Bernabo HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on Aug. 22 2007
Format: DVD
I suspect that a large segment of those who watch "Disturbia" are not going to be aware that it is inspired by Alfred Hitchcock's classic "Rear Window" unless somebody tells them. But the parallels would have beeen obvious to me thirty minutes into the film and my perspective is that of someone who knows the original and is willing to see a different take on the story. The screenplay by Christopher Landon ("Another Day In Paradise") and Carl Ellsworth ("Red Eye") maintains the basic premise of Cornell Woolrich's short story: someone confined to seeing the world by looking out their window becomes suspicious of a neighbor they discover is a murderer. Instead of Jimmy Stewart having a broken leg or quadriplegic Christopher Reeve trapped in a wheelchair, we have a young boy under house arrest confined to his home by an ankle bracelet (thanks to Paris Hilton's legal escapades this summer more people have an understanding of how such monitors work, that is for sure).

"Disturbia" begins with a pair of scenes to set up the premise in a rather unusual way (Ironically we had caught the start of "Final Destination 2" on television this afternoon). The whole idea is to justify having Kale (Shia LaBeouf) confined at home with that ankle monitor and it is an interesting choice to have the highway scene and the schoolroom scene be the two halves of the equation. There are a lot of ways of setting up the situation and there are some implications for the character and the story by setting it up this way. Because this is the 21st century it is also necessary for Kale's mom (Carrie-Anne Moss) to strip away his ties to the Internet and other media and technology to make him willing to pick up a pair of binoculars and start spying on his neighbors ("reality without the TV," as he calls it).
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By Kona TOP 100 REVIEWER on June 16 2007
Format: DVD
Prepare to be scared: "Disturbia" is an effective and enjoyable thriller. 17-year old Kale (Shia LaBeouf) has experienced a terrible tragedy and, as a result, has quite a temper. He finds himself sentenced to three months of house arrest and must wear a GPS on his ankle. Just when making sculptures out of Twinkies starts getting old, a cute girl moves in next door, and Kale uses his binoculars to keep a close eye on her. She becomes a pal and together they watch their reclusive neighbor Mr. Turner (David Morse,) whose actions make him look a lot like a killer.

Yes, it's the old "Rear Window" plot - guy stuck at home spends all his time spying on his neighbors - but different enough with a teenage star and loads of high-tech gadgets to be quite fresh and engaging. LaBeouf has grown up a lot since his days as the wacky little brother on "Even Stevens," and gives a compelling performance. His character is sensitive and intelligent and you find yourself liking him right away. Morse is simply terrifying as the creepy neighbor. The story is fast-paced and intense, with quite a few shocking scenes that made me jump and one or two where I had to close my eyes. It's a well-told and scary tale.
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