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Arlington Road (1999)


Threats from sinister foreign nationals aren't the only thing to fear. Bedraggled college professor Michael Faraday has been vexed (and increasingly paranoid) since his wife's accidental death in a botched FBI operation. But all that takes a backseat when a seemingly all-American couple set up house next door.

Arlington Road (1999)

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Released Year: 1999
Runtime: 117 minutes
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Directors: Mark Pellington

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Threats from sinister foreign nationals aren't the only thing to fear. Bedraggled college professor Michael Faraday has been vexed (and increasingly paranoid) since his wife's accidental death in a botched FBI operation. But all that takes a backseat when a seemingly all-American couple set up house next door.

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Reviews


80
Variety - Todd McCarthy
An intelligent, insidiously plotted Hitchcockian thriller directed in souped-up, modern expressionistic style.
80
L.A. Weekly - John Patterson
Despite its flaws, Arlington Road romps home as an absorbing, unpredictable thriller.
75
San Francisco Chronicle - Bob Graham
Although it takes something of a slog to get there, this thriller finally comes through where it counts.
70
Film.com - Tom Keogh
If you don't ponder too much the script's muddled, self-serving influences, Arlington Road succeeds at discomforting a viewer and making one apt to look over one's shoulder for a day or two.
70
Film.com - John Hartl
Before it finally twists itself into a pretzel in the third act, this paranoid thriller creates a scary mood and allows its leading actors to go all the way with it.

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