House at the End of the Street


Action / Drama / Horror / Mystery / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 10%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 42%
IMDb Rating 5.6 10 63412


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December 26, 2012 at 09:23 AM



Elisabeth Shue as Sarah
Max Thieriot as Ryan
Gil Bellows as Weaver
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650.67 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 41 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by bilalameer-81663 1 / 10


Worst movie ever. Have never seen such meaningless picture.

Reviewed by cmovies-99674 5 / 10

There are so many basic things that are wrong with this movie, but it doesn't mean the movie is bad

PROS: Something simple to say good about this movie would be how terrific the plot line is in the movie. Everything made sense. There wasn't anything out of place or basic, most importantly there was nothing basic. I don't normally like to comment on the creativity of a movie, because that is subjective, but I will with this movie. I have never watched a movie that was so compelling. You were able to ignore the cons, because all you wanted was to figure out the premise of why the main character does what he does.

CONS: Why Jennifer, why? I really love Jennifer Lawrence as an actress, I really do, but in this film she just sucked. The reason the acting felt so dull to me was because I had higher expectations for the cast, MAX THIERIOT from disconnect, and JENNIFER LAWRENCE from Hunger Games, but none of them could actually portray any real genuine emotions. I just sat and watched fake people being fake scared which made it hard for me to actually be scared. To add on, you have an ending which is so worthless and uninteresting. They had such a great idea and plot, then you get to the end and are left with the most cliché out of all endings. To top it all off you get a movie that is so poorly marketed and so poorly designed. Movie cover is awful, title is irksome, and the trailer is false, so overall you are stuck with a less than mediocre film with poor advertisement to make me not even want to watch it in the first place.

Reviewed by zkonedog 7 / 10

Initially Watched For Lawrence But Quickly Got Hooked

I'll admit this right off the bat: The only real reason I rented this film was because I had recently seen "Silver Linings Playbook" and fell in love with Jennifer Lawrence (!). Granted, I am a suspense/thriller movie genre fan, but I figured that this movie would be decidedly average. I was pleasantly surprised, then, when it hooked me right from the start and carried my interest all the way through!

For a basic plot summary, "House At The End Of The Street" sees Elissa (Lawrence) and her mother Sarah (Elisabeth Shue) move from Chicago to a more rural locale. They quickly discover that they have a reclusive young neighbor named Ryan (Max Thieriot), who is orphaned after the grisly death of his parents. Elissa quickly forms a relationship with Ryan and begins to unravel the secrets surrounding his life.

Like I said, I was expecting to see Lawrence looking beautiful for 100 minutes and little else. But, the film ends up working very well because it is not quite as predictable as you would think. It will never be Shakespeare, as the saying goes, but it distinguishes itself from current similar genre fare for two significant reasons:

1. The plot always keeps you guessing. This is one of those scenarios where the less I say here the better it will be for your viewing pleasure, but suffice it to say that you won't "figure out" this one in the opening minutes.

2. The acting is tremendous. Lawrence shines again (when has she ever not?!), Thieriot nearly steals the show on occasion with his nuanced performance, and for older film buffs, it is fun to see Shue back on the big screen.

Overall, I think that most viewers will be surprised by "House At The End Of The Street" for its ability to differentiate itself from the more mundane suspense/thriller fare that has cropped up recently.

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