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Disturbia [HD DVD]
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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 .Read more ›
"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).Read more ›
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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This is a great movie with lots of edge of your seat action, suspense, some great comedy and the all too ridiculous actions of sex starved teens that Shia's so great at, like he... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Katie