After his father is killed in a car accident, things unravel for Kale Brecht and he is placed under house-arrest for punching his Spanish teacher. Having nothing better to do, Kale occupies himself by spying on his neighbors. But one night, he witnesses what appears to be a murder going on in Mr. Turner's house. Kale becomes obsessed with uncovering the truth behind these murders but, after a few unsettling run-ins with Mr. Turner, it becomes a matter of life and death. And the ominous question: Who is watching who?
DJ Caruso makes neurotic voyeurs of us all in this upgrade of Rear Window for the internet generation
"Can he see us?", asks teenager Kale (LaBeouf). "No, he can't see us," replies his father Daniel (Craven), "but he can feel us watching."
Despite having a title that suggests the darker side of suburban living (and sounds like a tome by 'dreamweaver' Garth Marenghi), Disturbia in fact opens in the great outdoors, with an untamed river running through a sweeping mountain vista. Kale's father will shortly be killed in an accident on the drive back home, but before that can happen, he dispenses advice to his son on the baiting and trapping of fish - advice that will prove...
Claudia Puig Disturbia is Rear Window for the generation raised on MySpace and cellphones. And 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 scares.
Much of the effectiveness of Disturbia lies in its casting. Shia LaBeouf is the kind of youthful everyman who brings to mind a young Jimmy Stewart. He has an ease on camera and a low-key sense of humor that makes him likable and relatable. And as the murderer living next door, David Morse has just the right amount of quiet charm and coiled intensity needed for the part.
It says a lot for the film that we already know that a killer is...
Justin Chang Voyeurism goes high-tech in Disturbia, a modest but squirmingly fun suspenser that brings Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window into the era of vidcams and cell phones, serving up hearty, youth-skewing portions of PG-13 violence and bikini-bait along the way. Not unlike its engaging star Shia LaBeouf, here playing a house-bound teen who takes on a dangerous new hobby, this nifty little thriller is an irreverent whipper-snapper of a movie, always staying a few IQ points ahead of the competition. Set to open April 13, the Paramount release should find willing peepers on bigscreens, small screens and laptop/iPod screens before long.
OK, so LaBeouf isn't exactly Jimmy Stewart....
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