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    • by Jermaine McKenzie

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      Disturbia, directed by D.J. Caruso is rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of America for sequences of terror and violence, and some sensuality. The original release date was April 13, 2007 for United States audience. This movie falls in the genre of Crime/Drama/Horror/Mystery/Thriller

      and stars Shia LeBeouf as Kale Brecht, Sarah Roemer as Ashley Carlson, Carrie-Anne Moss as Julie Brecht and David Morse as Robert Turner.

      After losing his father in a terrible car accident, Kale has a hard time coping with the situation and acts out in school, hitting his spanish teacher. He is sentenced to house arrest, where his worries escalate when he sees his neighbor allegedly disposing of a body.

      He and his friends to some investigation into the matter. While doing so, the neighbor realizes what is going on ...

      • Disrurbia (2007)
      and turns his attention to the Brecht family.

      As if his troubles couldn’t get any worse, right?

      Now battling for his own survival, Kale must now fight for the life of his mother as well, and try to keep his newly found girlfriend out of harms

      way in the process…quite alot for a teenager to handle.

      This movie has a excellent plot, the direction is superb and the cast is magnificent. David Morse plays a really convincing bad guy whenever his is cast in that paticular role.

      You will enjoy this movie!

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