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Another jerk kid in trouble movie - disturbia'd watching this garbage
Here we have yet another jerk kid who thinks everything is owed to him. He's rude to his mom and complains when his xbox and Itunes are turned off when he's under house arrest for hitting his teacher. He's a real winner. For some reason, we're supposed to care about this jerk. There isn't one likable thing about him. He spies on his neighbors and the skinny girl next door (that we're supposed to think is hot, despite the fact she weighs about ten pounds).
Of course, this is a remake of Rear Window, so he starts witnessing his neighbor's suspicious activities. I just wanted the neighbor to kill him. The killer neighbor was actually more likable than the lead.
Why is it these movies come out with complete jerk kids and think we, as the viewing public, would root for them? This guy has no redeeming qualities. I know how it ended, although I couldn't finish it. I hated the lead and just didn't care what happened to him.
The lead actor did a good job, I don't blame him. The cast was good, in fact, just a terribly written part for the lead character we're supposed to care about. Blah.
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