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Aaron Jones 1 year ago
Devilishly funny "horror"/comedy. Teases at social didacticism and then goes full camp. A+
Emma H almost 2 years ago
I can see how this would have worked the 1980's but it hasn't aged well.
Sasha 3 years ago
Not really what I was expecting and quite boring. May have worked in the 80s, but not now.
Michael Cole 4 years ago
Slow build to a lackluster conclusion
Brandon Powers 4 years ago
Seriously underrated and re-watchable. It's the little things that make this such a gem.
Austin almost 5 years ago
Not Dante's best, but seriously underrated nonetheless.
bethswald over 6 years ago
Criminally underrated horror send-up, hilarious, great characters, memorable lines!
Mandy Allen 10 months ago
Michelle Roussell over 1 year ago
Ben Dauphinee 2 years ago
Sam Bowman over 2 years ago
Matt Campbell almost 3 years ago
Matthew Bettencourt over 3 years ago
Andrew Dennison almost 4 years ago
Marc Hyde almost 4 years ago
Louis Fernandez almost 4 years ago
James 4 years ago
Belinda Chesser over 4 years ago
Tim Yates over 4 years ago
The 'Burbs is a 1989 American black comedy thriller film directed by Joe Dante starring Tom Hanks, Bruce Dern, Carrie Fisher, Rick Ducommun, Corey Feldman and Henry Gibson. The film was written by Dana Olsen, who also has a cameo in the movie. The film pokes fun at suburban environments and their eccentric dwellers. The movie opens at night, on Mayfield Place, a cul-de-sac in the fictional suburban town of Hinkley Hills, Missouri. Ray Peterson (Tom Hanks) awakens to strange noises coming from the house of his mysterious new next-door neighbors, the Klopeks, and goes outside to investigate. On his way back inside, he sees the cigar-smoking Vietnam veteran Lt. Mark Rumsfield (Bruce Dern) watching the Klopeks' house from his bedroom window. The following morning, Ray watches Queenie, the dog of fellow neighbor Walter Seznick (Gale Gordon), defecate on Rumsfield's lawn. Then, we meet Ricky Butler (Corey Feldman), who lives across the street and is painting his house. Moments later,...
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