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The basic idea of this film is interesting - an update of the 1950's classic Rear Window - this time, with teenagers using computers and other digital devices in order to spy on their neighbors. However, the execution is terrible: it is not made clear exactly what the villain is doing which would arouse the suspicions of the young people. Also, the heroes are not likeable and the villain is not evil enough. When the violent scenes occur, the camera moves around so much that you can't really tell what is going on.
|3/10||chester1958@ - 156 reviews|
14.4.2007 - age: 36-49