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While itclearly tries way too hard to be hip, and the staggering amount ofproduct placement serves only to distract, the story serves its purposeof allowing DJ Caruso to pull every trick out of the book, to verysatisfying effect. Hischaracter is nothing new, nor is his predicament, but he remainslikable enough and it is hardly difficult to see why he is so taken byhis new neighbour, played by the gorgeous Sarah Roemer. It had a new and fresh feeling with teens and it worked,despite how it seemed a bit more predictable than Rear Window, it stillwas pretty clever.
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Disturbia 2007

I feel that this movie accomplished a feeling of different moods throughout, but ultimately got the point that it was trying to portray across. This movie, for the most part, was successful in keeping the audience engaged and on edge throughout. This movie starts off with making the audience feel bad for Kale, who has just lost his father in an accident. So, when he punches his teacher due to a comment he made about his father, the audience still feels sympathetic towards Kale.

Once Kale is on house arrest, the mood shifts to more comedic occurrences with him and his best friend Ronnie. The absolute boredom that Kale goes through brings out some funny scenes and uplifts the audiences mood at the start of the film.

Then, there is also a great romantic mood in this movie. As Ashley, his next door neighbor, moves in, they start to interact and become romantically involved. This opens up the doors to a separate audience who enjoys romance in films. Finally, the main objective of the film is to portray itself as a true thriller.

I believe this is done extremely well because it slowly builds throughout the course of the movie. At first, Turner is just a neighbor who mows his lawn a couple times a day. However, as the movie progresses more and more suspense builds through Kale trying to figure out if Turner is the serial killer from the news. By the time the movie is in it’s last thirty minutes, it is an all out jaw dropping thriller.

One important thing to also mention is the amazing soundtrack to this film. Each song really helps to elevate the current situation Kale is in with being under house arrest. When the song “Lonely Day” is played, it really does make you sympathize with how lonely Kale probably is. There are so many different moods in this film, and that is why I ultimately believe it was successful, and an overall great production.

This is still one of my favorite movies to watch to this day, and I will always appreciate the versatility it provided.

I was 18 at the time Disturbia came out, so D. Caruso’s thriller rife with subplots including the anguish of coming-of-age and teen romance meant that I was part of the target audience. I enjoyed Disturbia a great deal in the theatre and bought the DVD soon after as one of the last Hollywood Video rental stores closed in my area.

After not seeing Disturbia for a few years, I was nervous to revisit it, for fear that it would be one of those films I enjoyed once because it fit a particular time in my life that I wouldn’t get much out of after more maturation. I can pleasantly affirm my love for Disturbia is just as strong today as it was when I sat in the theatre the first time I saw it.

In , the copyright holder of the Cornell Woolrich story that Rear Window was based off of, sued producer Steven Spielberg and his film studio DreamWorks for infringement. The lawsuit was dismissed, as the courts rightly recognized that there is much more to Disturbia than simply a Rear Window rip-off. Though the same voyeuristic protagonist and a mystery exist in both, the existence of one far from hampers the other. After a summer fishing trip ends with year-old Kale Brecht Shia LaBeouf behind the wheel of the vehicle transporting he and his father back home when it crashes killing his father, he feels responsible for his death.

Kale’s entire demeanor changes after his father’s death, understandably so. His violent outbursts and increased aggression have led him to a few run-ins with the law. Just before school lets out for summer, Kale is sleeping through his final classes when he is called upon by his Spanish teacher to dictate his summer plans.

Unable to do so, the Spanish teacher becomes upset and implores Kale to assess what his father would think of the situation. Triggered by the implied disappointment his father would feel towards him, Kale unleashes his anger and punches his teacher.

Given a lenient sentence of 3-months house arrest, Kale is stuck with his internet and video game subscription canceled, left with nothing to do but gaze at his neighborhood through his window. Determined to get to know her despite his spatial challenges, Kale charms the young girl enough that she begins to spend afternoons with him, giving him a welcome break from his only other visitor, his best friend Ronnie Aaron Yoo.

Kale soon understands that his new neighbor Ashley Sarah Roemer has a depth and sense of mystery to her that he has not encountered with any of the girls at his school, making Ashley the perfect partner to investigate his standoffish and private neighbor, Mr. Turner David Morse. Turner seems to fit the bill of a suspect police have been hunting believed to have killed multiple women. With little else to do but watch the comings and goings of his neighbors all day, Kale appoints himself as the prime investigator tasked to figure out if his neighbor is a cold-blooded killer.

One thing I truly appreciate is when a director shows rather than tells his audience certain aspects of the plot. Caruso makes a brilliant directorial choice when he shows us the look on Kale’s face as he makes his way to his father’s side of the vehicle at the opening of the film. Seeing the shock and pain on Kale’s face provides much more impact than the makeup and effects required to show a mangled body. The opening moments showing the fishing trip and its aftermath acted as a wonderful introduction to Kale and his personality before his loss and provided wonderful insight to Kale and his father’s relationship.

Each introduction to the nuances of the neighbors Kale sees from his room was exceptional, and just as uniquely descriptive as the ones in Rear WIndow which the scene brings to mind. The pacing and scares of the thriller side of the film were masterful adeptly creating the mood of intrigue. Shia LaBeouf has one of those yells that turns into a blood-curdling scream a bit too quickly for my liking, and his room was so large it was difficult to believe he couldn’t find some new hobby to keep himself busy for the summer, but those complaints do little to detract from my enjoyment of the film.

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I feel that this movie accomplished a feeling of different moods throughout, but ultimately got the point that it was trying to portray across. This movie, for the most part, was successful in keeping the audience engaged and on edge throughout. This movie starts off with making the audience feel bad for Kale, who has just lost his father in an accident. So, when he punches his teacher due to a comment he made about his father, the audience still feels sympathetic towards Kale.

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