Director: D.J. Caruso
Writers: Christopher Langdon, Carl Ellsworth
Cast: Shia LaBeouf, Sarah Romell, Carrie-Anne Moss, David Morse, Alan Yu, Jose Pablo Cantillo, Matt Craven / Viola Davis / Brandon Caruso / Luciano Rauso / Daniel Caruso / Kevin Quinn / Elyse Mirto / Suzanne Rico / Kent Shoknek / Rene Rivera / Amanda Walsh / Charles Carol / Dominic Daniel / Suzanne Lachesis / Clayton Mattingly / Angela Storm / Larry Varanelli / …
Genre: Thriller / Suspense
Region: United States
Language: English / Spanish
Released: 2007-04-13 (USA)
Runtime: 105 minutes
Also known as: Peeping Murder (Hong Kong) / Horror Community (Taiwan) / Serial Murder Behind the Window
Rating: IMDB 6.8 / Rotten Tomatoes 69%
This film is a remake of Hitchcock’s masterpiece “Rear Window”. Kyle (Shia LaBeouf) was originally a happy family, but when his father died in a car accident a year ago, his life began to change. Kyle always believed that his father’s death had something to do with him, and he blamed himself very much. One day, when the teacher criticized Kyle, he accidentally mentioned his father. He broke out and threw the teacher out, so he was sentenced by the court to be imprisoned at home for three months.
My mother tried to wash away her grief with work, so Kyle was alone at home all day. The bored Kyle began to use his binoculars to spy on the lives of the neighbors: the coquettish maid seduces the master; the three children watch porn at home all day; The beautiful woman with straight nose and wide mouth swims every day, practices yoga and so on. Danger ensues as Kyle gradually discovers that there may be a hidden serial killer among the neighbors.
“Disturbia” is a 2007 thriller film directed by D.J. Caruso and starring Shia LaBeouf as a troubled teenager named Kale who is sentenced to house arrest and begins to suspect that his neighbor is a serial killer. The movie also stars Sarah Roemer as Kale’s love interest and David Morse as the suspicious neighbor.
The film explores themes of paranoia, isolation, and the consequences of obsession. It also touches on issues of grief and the difficulties of dealing with loss.
The movie received mixed reviews from critics, with some praising the film’s suspenseful plot and LaBeouf’s performance, while others criticized the film for being too derivative of other thrillers. Despite this, it was a commercial success, grossing over $117 million worldwide.
“Disturbia” is known for its tense atmosphere and suspenseful plot, as well as its memorable characters and twists. The film has become a cult favorite among fans of the thriller genre and is often cited as one of LaBeouf’s best performances.