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The Glass House (Bilingual)

Diane Lane , Leelee Sobieski , Daniel Sackheim    Unrated   DVD
3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
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4.0 out of 5 stars intense and suspenseful July 28 2007
By falcon
i enjoyed this movie.it has suspense drama and some action.without revealing too much,the basic premise is that due to a family tragedy teen aged Ruby Baker(Leelee Sobieski) and her younger brother Rhett(Trevor Morgan) end up in the guardianship of Terry and Ellen Glass(Stellan Skarsgard and Diane Lane)wealthy,old family friends,.unfortunately for them things are not as they appear.what follows is just over 100 minutes of tension and suspense along with a few action sequences.while this movie doesn't have the same kind of adrenaline rush as "Joy Ride"which also starred Leelee Sobieski,it does have it's moments.but this movie is more of a gradual(but not too gradual")tension and suspense builder.there are also some surprising and maybe not so surprising revelations.the movie takes some interesting twists and is is not always predictable.i also felt that the quieter,more dramatic moments were done well. i thought the characters were interesting and the acting was good. you can real feel the fear and sense of jeopardy Ruby and Rhett have.the movie may not have been completely realistic,but then, how exciting would that have been?i'm guessing not very.for me "The Glass House" is a 4/5
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1.0 out of 5 stars Good film, but watch out - this DVD has RCE! May 28 2004
By A Customer
As much as I loved the film, I have to give this particular release one star because it suffers from RCE (the pathetic pseudoprotection supposed to prevent its playback outside R1 areas); to watch it, I had to switch my player's region from 0 to 1, which takes 6 key presses on my remote and is therefore time-consuming... all right, so it was not a real problem, but since RCE DVDs are universally boycotted, I feel this warning is in order.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Hang on! You're in for a great ride! April 14 2004
Format:VHS Tape
I bought this film on a whim, not expecting it to be too frightening. Oh, my! It's SO suspenseful, and kept me on the edge until the last second! Great acting, especially by Leelee Sobieski and Diane Lane! I thought the plot was fantastic, the home setting is fabulous -- treat yourself to this film!
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Format:VHS Tape
This was an excellent movie. A girl who's 16 and her 12 year-old brother was told one night that their parents were in a bad car accident and died. They were sent to the Glasses'home to live. The Glasses'were old friends of their parents. But Ruby (LeeLee Sobieski)thought the family was a little strange and freaky. She wasn't really enjoying her time there. The happenings in the movie I won't reveal. Watch this movie and find out. You won't be disappointed.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Glass House Dec 13 2003
Format:VHS Tape
I really liked this movie, It had suspense, mystery, and all the other qualities in a movie that anyone looks for. I have this movie, and I say it is my most favorite movie of all time! See this movie, you'll be addicted to it just like me and my grandaughter!
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5.0 out of 5 stars An absorbing, intense psychological thriller Aug. 24 2003
By Daniel Jolley TOP 50 REVIEWER
After an impressive number of supporting movie roles, the lovely Leelee Sobieski takes center stage in this impressive psychological thriller, delivering a performance I found both wonderful and, most importantly, believable. While the plot may not be all that original and unpredictable, I found The Glass House to be an absorbing, suspenseful movie that never relented in its building psychological intensity. Anyone who sets out to hurt a character played by Leelee gets my full attention and disdain, but the evil husband and wife responsible for all the villainy espoused in this film do an excellent job of deserving all the disgust I felt for them.
While Miss Sobieski looks a tad older than the sweet sixteen age of her character Ruby Baker, her natural sweetness and vulnerability make her quite convincing as a normal young teenager whose life is thrown into chaos when her parents are killed in an automobile accident. Ruby and her eleven-year-old brother Rhett (Trevor Morgan) go to live with Terry and Erin Glass (played quite impressively by Stellan Skarsgard and Diane Lane), their former neighbors and designated custodians. Their new home is an impressive, unique structure with many glass walls and an ultra-modern interior design. Rhett settles in quite well, but Ruby is uncomfortable from the start. Early on, she realizes that the Glasses are not the perfect couple they purport to be. At first, she attempts to rationalize her problems, ascribing her difficulty adjusting to her new life as a natural reaction to her grief over the loss of her parents and the social dislocation she feels upon moving to a new city and attending a new school. Little things continue to happen, however, and she soon finds herself seeking help from her parents' estate lawyer.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A great suspense story. July 9 2003
The glass house is a great suspense story and it's very entertaining .
You never get bored. The actors act very well too, particularly Trevor Morgan.
The story: 16 year old Ruby and her 11 year old brother (Rett)'s parents die in a car accident after going out to a restaurant. Their parents long time friends, Mr. and Mrs. Glass, take the children in as their own and become their legal guardians.
The Glass's house and the Glass's themselves seem great at first glance, but suddenly strange occurrences begin to happen and Ruby begins to uncover the horrible truth behind the Glasses and the deaths of her parents.
The truth lies deep in the glass house.
If you're looking for a good chill watch this movie, I highly recommended it.
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