Disturbia Synopsis
A troubled youth suspects his neighbor is a serial killer.
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The Hollywood Reporter

There's plenty to ensure fresh jolts for viewers who know Hitch's tricks inside out, to say nothing of young moviegoers who don't know...
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New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
What Disturbia lacks in complexity, it makes up for in witty jokes, sneaky jolts and a timeless lesson: If you've got windows, someone's...
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San Francisco Chronicle

By Ruthe Stein
Caruso, a very visual director, serves up some surprises and scares, and he's paced his movie briskly. You're out of this disturbing...
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Rolling Stone

By Peter Travers
Cool stuff. Cool movie.
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Philadelphia Inquirer

By Steven Rea
At a certain point, movies like Disturbia require suspension of belief. To its credit, that moment comes much later in the game than usual....
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USA Today

By Claudia Puig
Though it's not likely to become a classic like the Hitchcock film, it's a smart and well-acted teen thriller that serves up some lively...
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The Globe and Mail (Toronto)

By Liam Lacey
Morse, with his hulking frame, baby face and soft voice, has probably done too many of these villain roles for his own good. But how could...
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Entertainment Weekly

By Owen Gleiberman
If it's possible to be a rip-off with wit, Disturbia qualifies.
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Wall Street Journal

By Joe Morgenstern
The most disturbious part of Disturbia is how engaging this teenage thriller manages to be, even though it's a shameless rip-off of "Rear...
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Boston Globe

By Wesley Morris
"Rear Window" never comes up in the Disturbia press notes, which is probably just as well since it steals that movie's premise but none of...
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Disturbia MATINEE

By ironman16
this was a good film. i think that this was shia leboufs break out movie. this was a good suspecful film. like a actually jumped a couple times. this is a good movie shia leboufs first good film. my...

Disturbia...a fun thriller for all.

By Movies_Madness_2007
I thought this film had it all. It was well cast, well written, good acting, and was fun to watch. Althought there are a few predictable scenes, the film does surprise you and keeps you on the edge of...

Great for teens and pre-teens

By edwardcullen521
I'm nearly 13 and not a huge horror movie fan. But I actually liked this movie. It gave me a couple of scares and I jumped a couple of times which are the kind of horror movies I like. It's not gory...

GREAT movie.

I loved every moment of this movie. It has a great plot, and it's not too gory - a true thriller. Shia LeBeouf gives an amazing performance, probably his best. If you haven't seen this movie, you...

Best movie I've ever seen.

By BeCouturex0
Seriously. It was....

Ok, I liked it.

By stickittodaman7
If you go to the theater, expecting this to be really bad, I think you'll be surprised. If you go to the theater, expecting this to be the best movie of all time, you'll probably find yourself...

A pretty good movie

By ShayneTheMovieGuy
Yes the acting was pretty good, a good story. But unfortunately it only provides one good scare. Depending on who you are, but horror fans will most likly jmpp once. I would';t call it an "Edge of...


By EmmaStar
Me and my boyriend went to see this movie on Saturday and we loved it. At first we were'nt sure about it, it seemed kinda boring at the begining but towards the end it started getting very...


By Skull389
I saw this about a year back . i'm almost 13 so i'm young enough i suppose . it was really good . i was really scared during and it kept me totally hooked . in fact i'm watching it again tonight ....

Disturbia Movie Review

By Asianfreak
90 out of 100 Shia LaBeouf at his most tense performance in the frightening, often-funny thriller....

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Rated PG-13 | For sequences of terror and violence, and some sensuality
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