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Lakeview TerraceAn interracial couple moves into their California dream home, only to find themselves the target of their volatile next-door neighbor, a racist and dysfunctional LAPD Officer Abel Turner who feels uncomfortable with the relationship of the newcomers and transforms their lives into Hell on Earth.
Actors of "Lakeview Terrace"
Characters of "Lakeview Terrace"
Directors of "Lakeview Terrace"Neil LaButeBirthdate: 19 March 1963, Detroit, Michigan, USA
Creators of "Lakeview Terrace"David LougheryHoward KorderBirthdate: 24 November 1957, New York City, New York, USA
Critic Reviews of "Lakeview Terrace"Time OutDecember 05, 2008
The yawning chasm between the film's aspirations to social significance and its cheese-o-licious straight-to-video construction make it a chucklesome guilty pleasure.At the MoviesNovember 07, 2008
The movie is directed by Neil LaBute, whose history suggests he's comfortable making his audience just uncomfortable enough to make a lasting impression.At the MoviesNovember 07, 2008
I found it scary at times and I was tense and I was on the edge of my seat, , but ultimately it did spiral out of control and get a little ridiculous.Chicago TribuneOctober 18, 2008
The actors make it watchable, but with these incendiary themes, 'watchable' isn't exactly a wildfire.Los Angeles TimesSeptember 19, 2008
Lakeview Terrace is a serviceable enough popcorn exercise in a few floundering Angelenos who can't just get along.Ozus' World Movie ReviewsApril 19, 2017
An intense drama about neighbors who can't get along.East Bay ExpressAugust 15, 2011
Isn't much fun either as social commentary or procedural guignol.CinePassionAugust 26, 2009
Lakeview Terrace isn't anywhere as wacky as LaBute's Wicker Man remake, yet the two reveal an artist too caught up with his misanthropic conceits to notice the ridiculous humor in them.BET.comJuly 03, 2009
This angry black man wants a 'chocolate drop' of his own -- yes, 'chocolate drop' is actually used in this film! However, it's such a weak movie that you won't get offended.Window to the MoviesFebruary 12, 2009
It's ironic when the tactics it uses to ratchet up the suspense actually reduces the very real tension that gets communicated in its first half.Apollo GuideJanuary 21, 2009
As a thriller, it's passable, but at what point do we say to director Neil LaBute, "Enough already with the misogynistic themes"?
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