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Disturbia -- After his father's accidental death, Kale (Shia LaBeouf) remains withdrawn and troubled. When he lashes out at a well-intentioned but insensitive teacher, he finds himself under a court-ordered house arrest.
Disturbia -- A teen living under house arrest becomes convinced his neighbor is a serial killer.
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Shia LaBeouf ... Kale

Sarah Roemer ... Ashley

Carrie-Anne Moss ... Julie

David Morse ... Mr. Turner

Aaron Yoo ... Ronnie

Jose Pablo Cantillo ... Officer Gutierrez

Matt Craven ... Daniel Brecht

Viola Davis ... Detective Parker
Brandon Caruso ... Greenwood Boy
Luciano Rauso ... Greenwood Boy
Daniel Caruso ... Greenwood Boy
Kevin Quinn ... Mr. Carlson

Elyse Mirto ... Mrs. Carlson
Suzanne Rico ... News Anchor

Kent Shocknek ... News Anchor

Rene Rivera ... Senor Gutierrez

Amanda Walsh ... Minnie Tyco

Charles Carroll ... Judge

Gillian Shure ... Turner's Club Girl

Dominic Daniel ... Policeman
Lisa Tobin ... Big Wheel Mom
Cindy Lou Adkins ... Mrs. Greenwood
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Kurt David Anderson ... Courier (uncredited)
Brittani Cox ... Ashleys house party guest (uncredited)
Clayton Mattingly ... Boy on Big Wheel (uncredited)

Larry Varanelli ... Police Officer (uncredited)

Directed by
D.J. Caruso 
Writing credits
Christopher Landon (screenplay) and
Carl Ellsworth (screenplay)

Christopher Landon (story)

Produced by
Jackie Marcus Schaffer .... producer (as Jackie Marcus)
Joe Medjuck .... producer
Kwame Parker .... associate producer (as Kwame L Parker)
Tom Pollock .... executive producer
Ivan Reitman .... executive producer
E. Bennett Walsh .... producer
Original Music by
Geoff Zanelli (music by)
Cinematography by
Rogier Stoffers (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Jim Page (edited by)
Casting by
Deborah Aquila 
Tricia Wood 
Production Design by
Tom Southwell 
Art Direction by
Douglas Cumming 
Set Decoration by
Maria Nay 
Costume Design by
Marie-Sylvie Deveau 
Makeup Department
Howard Berger .... special makeup effects supervisor
René Dashiell Kerby .... makeup artist (as René Dashiell)
Monique DeSart .... hair stylist: second unit
Marianna Elias .... makeup artist: second unit
Jason Green .... hair stylist (as Jason 'Orion' Green)
Steve Hartman .... special makeup effects art department
Jim Leonard .... special makeup effects mold department
Tony Matijevich .... special makeup effects art department (as Anthony Matijevich)
Greg Nicotero .... special makeup effects supervisor (as Gregory Nicotero)
Dirk Rogers .... special makeup effects mold department
Kristina Vogel .... key makeup artist
Candy L. Walken .... key hair stylist
Production Management
Abby Callahan .... post-production supervisor (as Abigail Callahan)
Robert Huberman .... unit production manager (as Robert M. Huberman)
E. Bennett Walsh .... unit production manager
Ty Warren .... executive in charge of production
Mark Graziano .... post-production executive (uncredited)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
James M. Freitag .... first assistant director
Maria Mantia .... second assistant director: second unit
Conrad E. Palmisano .... second unit director
Drew Ann Rosenberg .... first assistant director: second unit
Robert Schroer .... second assistant director (as Robert D. Schroer)
Kevin Turley .... second second assistant director
Gary Romolo Fiorelli .... second assistant director: reshoots (uncredited)
Maileen Williams .... assistant director: reshoots (uncredited)
Art Department
Doreen Austria .... graphic designer
Wren Boney .... set dresser
Christopher Branan .... carpenter
Tonya Brewer Hunt .... props
Shane Buckallew .... lead plaster foreman
Tony Chavez .... head carpenter
Randy Culberhouse .... construction general foreman
James Darfus .... set dresser
Aaron Dick .... set dresser: re-shoots
Louise Dorton .... art director: additional photography
Franco Esile .... on-set dresser: reshoots
Richard Ewan .... paint forman
Joseph Fedo .... on-set dresser
Jimmy Flores .... construction general foreman
Chad Glass .... storyboard artist
Leighanne Haddock .... buyer
Cindy Ingraham .... assistant property master
Tom Jung .... storyboard artist
Michael Kocurek .... gang boss
Nancy Lowry .... set dresser
Kevin Mahoney .... painter
Melanie Mahoney .... painter
Genesis Mayo .... art department production assistant
Michael Panevics .... assistant property master
Caroline Perzan .... set decorating buyer
Laurel Pickering .... lead painter
Ira Proctor .... gang boss
Richard Reynolds .... set designer
Francis J. Roix .... carpenter
Arthur Shippee .... property master
Beau Shippee .... set dresser
Ron Shulem .... leadman
Gary Stel .... construction buyer
John Stone .... construction coordinator
Michael Voelker .... set dresser: reshoots
Randall D. Wilkins .... set designer
Cindy Ichikawa .... art department coordinator (uncredited)
Rick McLean .... painter (uncredited)
Sound Department
Michael Babcock .... sound designer
Michael Babcock .... sound re-recording mixer
Michael Babcock .... supervising sound editor
Adam Blantz .... utility sound technician
Carmen Flores De Tanis .... assistant sound editor
Kevin Globerman .... digital recordist
Tom Hartig .... boom operator
Allen Hartz .... dialogue editor
Justin Herman .... sound stage technician
Brian W. Jennings .... sound effects editor (as Brian Jennings)
Doc Kane .... adr mixer
Vanessa Lapato .... supervising dialogue & adr editor
Greg LaPlante .... digital mastering
Alyson Dee Moore .... foley artist
Chris Munyon .... adr mixer
Jason Oliver .... ProTools adr recordist
Steve Pederson .... sound re-recording mixer
Jeff Sawyer .... sound effects editor
Brad Sherman .... sound re-recording mixer
Tom Stasinis .... sound mixer: second unit
Greg Steele .... adr mixer
Bruce Tanis .... sound effects editor
Bruce Tanis .... supervising foley editor
Mark Ulano .... production sound mixer
Matthew J. Ward .... assistant sound engineer (as Matt Ward)
Greg Zimmerman .... adr recordist
David Raines .... sound re-recording mixer: additional audio (uncredited)
Scott Waz .... additional adr mixer (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Dennis Dion .... special effects coordinator: second unit
Ante Dugandzic .... special effects foreman
Corey Pritchett .... special effects co-coordinator (as Robert Corey Pritchett)
Darrell Pritchett .... special effects coordinator
Lino Stavole .... special effects makeup technician: mold department, K.N.B Effects Group
Lindsay Vivian .... special effects purchaser
Jenny Wallace .... special effects assistant coordinator: K.N.B. EFX Group, Inc.
Visual Effects by
Michael Bogen .... digital compositor: Pacific Title
Emily Fenster .... associate visual effects producer: Pacific Title
Chris Flynn .... digital compositor: Pacific Title
Mark Freund .... visual effects supervisor: Pacific Title
Daniel D. Gregoire .... executive: Halon
Scott Gregory .... digital film colorist
Brian Hanable .... digital compositor: Pacific Title
Maureen Healy .... digital compositor: Pacific Title
Phillip Hoffman .... visual effects coordinator: Pacific Title
Tom Lamb .... digital compositor: Pacific Title
Ladd Lanford .... visual effects producer: Pacific Title
Jennifer Law-Stump .... digital compositor: Pacific Title (as Jennifer Law)
Scotty Martin .... digital intermediate scanner
Andrew Moffett .... previz artist
Robert Montgomery .... digital compositor: Pacific Title
Josh Mossotti .... 3D artist: Pacific Title
Erin L. Nelson .... digital restoration
Lee Nelson .... 3D artist: Pacific Title
Jim O'Hagan .... digital compositor: Pacific Title
Tristan Rayos .... digital I/O
Clint G. Reagan .... previsualization supervisor
Wilson Tang .... digital restoration
Antonio Torres .... digital artist: Pacific Title
Everette Webber .... digital intermediate editor
Bob Wiatr .... digital effects compositor: Pacific Title
Gregory J. Barnett .... stunts
Charlie Brewer .... stunts
Jennifer Caputo .... stunts
Steve M. Davison .... stunts
Zack Duhame .... stunt double: Shia LaBeouf
Ian Eyre .... stunt double: David Morse
Lance Gilbert .... stunts
Mike Gunther .... stunt performer
Gina Mari .... stunt double
Lisa McCullough .... stunt double
Marty Murray .... utility stunts
Manny Perry .... stunt coordinator
Jimmy N. Roberts .... stunt performer
Gregg Sargeant .... stunt double
Philip Tan .... stunts
Mark Vanselow .... stunt double: David Morse
Jose L. Vasquez .... stunt double
Brian J. Williams .... stunt double: Matt Craven
Dick Ziker .... stunt coordinator: second unit
Camera and Electrical Department
Todd Avery .... second assistant camera: second unit
Paul C. Babin .... camera operator
Hospecio Balani .... rigging grip
Kevin Barrera .... electrician
Chris Bennett .... lighting programmer
Ben Betts .... key video engineer
Paul Bode .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Marek Bojsza .... lighting technician
Ffilip Bolton .... lighting technician
Robin Bursey .... film loader
Kyle Carden .... best boy grip: additional photography
Richard L. Carden .... dolly grip: additional photography
Dan Carpluk .... grip (as Dan Karpluk)
Mike Cerone .... rigging electrician
Michael Chambliss .... hot head technician
Jeff Cole .... rigging electrician
Fred Cooper .... dolly grip
Scott Crabbe .... key digital video assist operator
Andrew Degnan .... second assistant camera
Alan R. Disler .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
David Ghegan .... best boy electric: additional photography
Peter Gulla .... additional camera operator
Jimmy Harritos .... electrician
Sean Higgins .... best boy rigging electric
Joe Hill .... grip
Paul Hughen .... director of photography: second unit
Chip Ingram .... grip: second unit
Cory Johnson .... additional photographer
Kelly Krotine .... second assistant camera
Matt Landry .... grip
George Lozano Jr. .... electrician
Anthony T. Marra II .... key grip: second unit
Thomas P. Marshall .... electrician
Richard Masino .... first assistant camera: "b" camera, second unit
Roger Meilink .... rigging gaffer
Darin Moran .... camera operator: "b" camera, second unit
Morten Petersen .... best boy electric
Christopher Prampin .... chief lighting technician: additional photography
Rick Pratt .... rigging key grip: additional photography
Brian H. Reynolds .... key grip
Eric Sandlin .... rigging gaffer
John Seravic .... grip
Jim Shelton .... key grip: additional photography
Robert Shoemaker .... rigging electrician
Sean-Michael Smith .... set lighting technician
Scott Sprague .... electrician
Rafael E. Sánchez .... gaffer
Rodney Taylor .... additional photographer: second unit
Suzanne Tenner .... still photographer
Jaimie Trueblood .... still photographer
Michael J. Walker .... camera operator: "a" camera, second unit
Chris Weigand .... electrician
Rick A. West .... gaffer: second unit
Casting Department
Judy Cook .... extras casting
Samantha Finkler .... casting assistant
Caitlin McKenna-Wilkinson .... adr voice casting
Erin Toner .... casting associate
Annabel Osborne .... casting assistant (uncredited)
Jennifer Rudolph .... casting: New York (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Lorraine Crossman .... set costumer
Linda Matthews .... costume supervisor
Christine Orth .... costumer
Marcy Rector .... costumer
Brenda M. Ware .... set costumer
Editorial Department
Gary Burritt .... negative cutter
Terence Curren .... color corrector
Matt Evans .... first assistant editor
Vince Filippone .... associate editor
Shaun Paul Gordon .... post-production coordinator (as Shaun Gordon)
Scott Gregory .... digital film colorist
Bryan Lamoureux .... assistant editor
Bruce Lomet .... digital intermediate producer
Kristine McPherson .... assistant editor
Harry Muller .... color timer
Mark Sachen .... colorist
Jonathan Spafford .... preview technician
Everette Webber .... digital intermediate editor
Matt Willard .... post-production assistant
Music Department
Slamm Andrews .... music editor
Jeffrey Biggers .... music recordist (as Jeff Biggers)
Jeffrey Biggers .... music scoring mixer
Sandy DeCrescent .... orchestra contractor (as Sandy De Crescent)
Greg Dennen .... scoring stage recordist
George Doering .... musician: guitar
Bruce Dukov .... orchestra leader
Bruce Fowler .... conductor
Bruce Fowler .... orchestrator
Walt Fowler .... additional orchestrator (as Walter Fowler)
Josh Freese .... musician: drums
Rick Giovinazzo .... additional orchestrator
Jennifer Hawks .... music consultant
Jennifer Hawks .... music supervisor
Scott Hosfeld .... musician
Steven Kofsky .... music production services
Armen Ksajikian .... musician: cello
Tim Lauber .... scoring stage recordist
Don Markese .... musician: clarinet
Yvonne S. Moriarty .... additional orchestrator
Sid Page .... orchestra leader
Peter Rotter .... orchestra contractor
Julie Sessing .... music clearance
Bobby Tahouri .... ambient music designer
Bobby Tahouri .... musician: synthesizers
James Thatcher .... musician: french horn
Martin Tillman .... soloist: cello
Greg Vines .... score mixing assistant
Booker White .... head of music preparation
Geoff Zanelli .... musician: bass guitar
Frank Macchia .... music preparation (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Jim Babbidge .... driver
Joey Banks .... driver
Robert Barbosa .... driver
Lonnie Craig .... driver
Sanchez Daniel .... production driver
Don Feeney .... transportation captain
Frank Gallardo .... driver
J. Armin Garza II .... driver: camera car
Scotty Goudreau .... driver
Anthony Gregorio .... driver
Mark D. Hysen .... driver
David Joseph .... driver: production van
Donny Joseph .... driver
Alan Kaminsky .... transportation co-captain
Jimmy Kaminsky .... driver
Tim May .... driver
Blair Mealing .... driver: Shia LaBeouf
Derek Raser .... transportation coordinator
Shaun Ryan .... production driver
Geoff Teagardin .... driver
Michael J. Wagstaff .... driver
Carlos Williams .... driver
Robert A. Wood .... production van driver
Other crew
Cassandra Barbour .... rights and clearances
Sean F. Barth .... consultant: product placement
Adam Bayless .... production assistant
Gilbert Beliso .... set production assistant
Gregg Brilliant .... unit publicist
Elizabeth Cashmore .... production assistant
Elida Cerda .... key medic
Scott Clackum .... location scout
Scotch James Diaz Crisostomo .... assistant accountant: reshoots
Martin J. Cummins .... assistant location manager
Lauren Cynkar .... assistant: Mr. Caruso
Trevor Doyle .... assistant to david morse
Douglas Dresser .... location manager
Antonio Evans .... set medic
Stephanie Fodor .... second assistant accountant (uncredited)
Fred Gabrielli .... caterer
Vanessa Grayson .... stand-in: Carrie Ann Moss
Lauren Henry .... animal trainer
Andrea Hirschegger .... assistant: Mr. Reitman
Marika Hull .... production assistant
Cory Johnson .... production assistant
Damiana Kamishin .... production office coordinator
Jess King .... production secretary: additional photography
Micheal Edward King .... set production assistant
Rebecca Kitt .... acting coach
Katherine Kohler .... assistant accountant: post-production
Nicki La Rosa .... assistant: Mr. Walsh
Michelle Latham .... location manager
James Lemus .... craft service: second unit
Paul LeVasseur .... office production assistant
Dana Mackey .... production associate
Georgina Marquis .... assistant production coordinator
Genesis Mayo .... production assistant
Blair Mealing .... production assistant
Karl Mefford .... assistant: Mr. Medjuck
Dana M. Michaelsen .... first assistant accountant
Gerald D. Moon .... production executive
Leslie A. Morrow .... key assistant location manager
Alonzo Nevarez .... second assistant accountant
Alex Nikolic .... media producer
Anna Rane .... script supervisor
Jennifer A. Reinish .... assistant: Mr. Pollock (as Jennie Reinish)
Chris Romberg .... production accountant
Nick Rufca .... production secretary (as Nicholas Rufca)
Ken Rurkins .... production secretary
Karen Scarborough .... payroll accountant
Bruce Schluter .... title designer
Benjamin Scissors .... key set production assistant
Laura Sevier .... rights and clearances
Roland Sonnenburg .... animal coordinator
Anthony Steinhart .... set production assistant
Rob Swenson .... key assistant location manager
Tyler Tadej .... production assistant
Chance P. Tassone .... craft service
Mandi Tucker .... assistant: Ms. Marcus
Kieran Valla .... office assistant: re-shoots
Georgianna Whitley .... key set production assistant: additional photography
Jerome Zelle .... assistant craft service
Czarina Russell .... studio manager: Remote Control Productions (uncredited)
Tod Coakley .... in memory of
Ray Turner .... thanks

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Rated PG-13 on appeal for sequences of terror and violence, and some sensuality (re-rating on appeal)
105 min
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Ronnie's line "My dad likes this song, by the way", referring to "You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine" by Lou Rawls, was added in post-production.See more »
Continuity: Kale's tracking device already started beeping when Kale goes to Turner's house in an attempt to save Ronnie, but everything is silent when Kale is waiting outside of Turner's door with a baseball bat.See more »
[first lines]
Kale:Do you think he sees us?
Daniel Brecht:No, he can't see us. But trust me, he can feel us watching.
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117 out of 214 people found the following review useful.
Coffee and donuts…Disturbia, 13 April 2007
Author: jaredmobarak from buffalo, ny, usa

I understand that the new movie Disturbia is about a person who is unable to leave his room and must look out the window for entertainment. During his peeping sessions, he finds that his neighbor might be a killer and by doing so, tries to get everyone around him to help find out the truth. That premise, and that premise alone, is the ONLY thing that likens this movie to Alfred Hitchcock's masterpiece of tension and technical genius, Rear Window. Director D.J. Caruso has taken this script, no credit listed to the writers of that classic, and created a contemporary world around which he can create a cat and mouse chase from the small radius that our protagonist is allowed to travel within having a house arrest anklet affixed to his leg. If the critics are to be believed that this is a ripoff/remake, then every romantic comedy coming down the pipeline is one as well. Boy meets girl, boy must win girl, conflict causes relationship to stay strained, boy ultimately wins girl. Actually since every rom-com follows that exact plot sketch, they are more derivative than Disturbia to Rear Window because Caruso takes a premise, updates it, and makes it his own.

Worried that this might end up as another lame duck attempt from the director, I didn't have too lofty of expectations. I am a fan of Shia LaBeouf, ever since his "Even Stevens" days, and knew he could give it credibility. Fortunately, after the highly disappointing Taking Lives and the ho-hum Two for the Money, it seems Caruso has come back to the form he had with his brilliant debut Salton Sea. Maybe it was the recent work on "The Shield," but we have some nice grit, close-up composition, and stylish camera-work. The realism from Sea is back and Disturbia brings it all to make one of the most entertaining films I've seen this year. We have fantastic humor—LaBeouf's delivery and everyman rapport lends to this well—as well as effective scares and edge of your seat suspense. This is a PG-13 movie that knows what it is and rather than titillate with coming as close to the line as possible, stays in check and deals out a healthy dose of mood and emotion rather than blood and sex. I'd even go as far as saying Sarah Roemer's girl-next-door is the most sensual role this year. It is all about her confidence and eyes, her body language makes it work, and you fall for her just as LaBeouf does, whereas the usual R-rated nudity and over the top craziness has been going so far as to numb audiences by doing what every film now does. Credit Caruso for showing restraint for everything and leading us along by uncovering pieces of the story only when we need to know them.

Besides LaBeouf, Roemer, and a funny turn from Aaron Yoo, the main driving force here is David Morse. This gem of a character actor is at the top of his game as the villainous, did he or didn't he, neighborhood serial killer. He is good as the conflicted heavy who does wrong only when the world around him has forced him to, (like in Dancer in the Dark and Down in the Valley), but he is perfect as the all out creepy, sly-smiling force being accused of kidnapping and killing numerous women. Morse was allowed to run free and he took the opportunity and went even further with it. Where many suspense films like this would become laughable eventually, the realism brought out through LaBeouf and Morse keep the audience enthralled and interested in how everything will play out. I was never bored and at times actually wondering what would happen next because I was so caught up. When the climax comes, I actually was surprised thinking it was crazy that they would get us there so early, but I was just so into it that I didn't realize how much time had past.

Disturbia is a genre film and won't be winning any awards any time soon. What it may lack in total originality it more than makes up for in mood and effective thrills. It had everything you could want from a movie without making you have to think too much. Sit down, go for the ride and walk out of the theatre with the knowledge that your time was well spent. D.J. Caruso, thank you for redeeming yourself.

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