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A Última Casa da Rua

A Última Casa da Rua
A Última Casa da Rua Rating: 37 out of 100 based on 17 reviews.
Dispostas a conquistar uma nova vida, a jovem Elissa (Jennifer Lawrence) e sua mãe Sarah (Elisabeth Shue), que se separou recentemente, se mudam para uma grande casa em uma nova cidade. O negócio só foi possível porque o imóvel vizinho ao delas foi palco de um duplo assassinato e assim o aluguel ficou mais baixo. Mas tudo na vida tem um preço e quando Elissa começa a se relacionar com Ryan (Max Thieriot), o único sobrevivente da família assassinada, as coisas começam a mudar radicalmente, trazendo à tona problemas entre mãe e filha, além de conflitos com os vizinhos da região, que acabam envolvendo também a polícia local.
Elenco
Eva Link

Carrie Anne
Jordan Hayes

Penn State Carrie Anne
Krista Bridges

Mary Jacobson
James Thomas

Ben Reynolds
Craig Eldridge

Dan Gifford
Olivier Surprenant

Jake (as Oliver Soul)
Lori Alter

Jenny Gifford
Produção
Director:Mark Tonderai
Producer:Peter Block (producer)
Hal Lieberman (producer)
Sonny Mallhi (executive producer)
Robert Menzies (line producer)
Aaron Ryder (producer)
Ryan Kavanaugh (executive producer)
Steve Samuels (executive producer)
Allison Silver (executive producer)
Tucker Tooley (executive producer)
Writer:David Loucka (screenplay)
Jonathan Mostow (story)
Comentários para A Última Casa da Rua
Mark Reviews Movies
It is difficult to believe that Elissa (Jennifer Lawrence), our heroine, is as perceptive as the buildup to the climax of House at the End of the Street requires her to be. This is a young woman who begins small talk with a guy whose parents were...
Leia a crítica21 Set 2012
The Film Yap
A plodding, dreary and dull film that shouldn’t even qualify as actual horror, “House at the End of the Street” is a lazy, listless thriller — emphasis on the “er.”
Leia a crítica21 Set 2012
Slant Magazine
There's yet to be a definitive label put on these tiresome movies released near-weekly that meld the most disposable elements of the thriller and horror film, relegating a laughable amount of scares to auditory screeches, but it's tempting to toss...
Leia a crítica21 Set 2012
CinemaBlend.com
House At The End Of The Street isn’t a great horror movie, but it is a careful one. It consistently chooses the correct camera angles. It lets its characters interact like real human beings. It uses the weather to its advantage.
Movies.com
Spoilers coming. Not that it matters all that much. If you've seen the backwards-motion trailer you've already got this one figured out. Anyway, you've been warned.
Comentários para A Última Casa da Rua
Mark Reviews Movies
It is difficult to believe that Elissa (Jennifer Lawrence), our heroine, is as perceptive as the buildup to the climax of House at the End of the Street requires her to be. This is a young woman who begins small talk with a guy whose parents were...
Leia a crítica21 Set 2012
The Film Yap
A plodding, dreary and dull film that shouldn’t even qualify as actual horror, “House at the End of the Street” is a lazy, listless thriller — emphasis on the “er.”
Leia a crítica21 Set 2012
Slant Magazine
There's yet to be a definitive label put on these tiresome movies released near-weekly that meld the most disposable elements of the thriller and horror film, relegating a laughable amount of scares to auditory screeches, but it's tempting to toss...
Leia a crítica21 Set 2012
CinemaBlend.com
House At The End Of The Street isn’t a great horror movie, but it is a careful one. It consistently chooses the correct camera angles. It lets its characters interact like real human beings. It uses the weather to its advantage.
Movies.com
Spoilers coming. Not that it matters all that much. If you've seen the backwards-motion trailer you've already got this one figured out. Anyway, you've been warned.
Susan Granger Entertainment Commentaries
Back in the summer of 2010, when Jennifer Lawrence made this low-budget horror thriller, she wasn’t an Academy Award nominee for “Winter’s Bone” nor an action heroine in “The Hunger Games.” She was just an ambitious young actress doing her best to...
Leia a crítica22 Set 2012
The Austin Chronicle
Not to be confused with The Last House on the Left, The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane, The House by the Cemetery, or any other addresses near the corner of Suspense Street and Rue Morgue, this is one property that's been off the market for good...
Leia a crítica28 Set 2012
The A.V. Club
The House At The End Of The Street borrows the framework from a famous horror movie, and though giving away the name of that movie reveals too much—though not all, to the film’s credit—it’s sturdy enough to support a new interpretation.
Leia a crítica21 Set 2012
Entertainment Weekly
Whatever happened to Carrie Anne (Eva Link), a girl in a billowy nightgown who slashed her parents to death? Everyone thinks she's dead, but House at the End of the Street lets us know that she's living, bound and drugged, in a secret basement...
Leia a crítica24 Set 2012
Washington Post
“Everything has a secret,” an introverted boy informs an inquisitive girl in “House At The End of the Street,” the latest home-gone-wrong thriller. And what’s the movie’s secret? Well, anyone who’s seen “Psycho” will discern it fairly quickly.
Leia a crítica22 Set 2012
MovieXclusive.com
There’s a certain fascination about House at the End of the Street, not because the generic title is wont to keep you guessing whether the movie is in the same genre-bending league as The Cabin in the Woods, but because the lead is played by...
Boston Phoenix
A project that's been around the block, Mark Tonderai's horror thriller was slated to go into production nearly a decade ago, with Jonathan Mostow (Breakdown) attached to direct. Didn't happen. Mostow does receive a story credit on the end result...
Leia a crítica25 Set 2012
SFX
It’s utterly frustrating when a horror thriller has one or two inventive concepts fizzing away at its core, including the central mystery, yet they’re smothered by a ton of clichés and eye-rolling logic leaps.
Leia a crítica21 Set 2012
Time Out London
This psychological thriller from ‘Hush’ director Mark Tonderai is the cinematic equivalent of chloroform: when it’s not clouding your mind with implausible scriptwriting trickery, it's numbing your senses with tedious expository dialogue and lifeless...
TotalFilm.com
“You scared the piss out of me!” gasps Jennifer Lawrence after a fellow high-schooler startles her.
Leia a crítica22 Set 2012
View London
Despite some disappointments, House at the End of the Street is a genuinely effective horror thanks to its chilling storyline, fine twists and Jennifer Lawrence’s star presence. Recommended.
Leia a crítica21 Set 2012
Empire
A few old favourites – like the inconveniently wonky torch and the probably-not-quite-killed maniac – deliver the required jolts, but early promise dwindles to hokum.
Elenco
Jennifer Lawrence...Elissa
Max Thieriot...Ryan
Elisabeth Shue...Sarah
Gil Bellows...Weaver
Eva Link...Carrie Anne
Nolan Gerard Funk...Tyler
Allie MacDonald...Jillian
Jordan Hayes...Penn State Carrie Anne
Krista Bridges...Mary Jacobson
James Thomas...Ben Reynolds
Hailee Sisera...Caitlin
Craig Eldridge...Dan Gifford
Jonathan Higgins...Dr. Kohler
Olivier Surprenant...Jake (as Oliver Soul)
Lori Alter...Jenny Gifford
Joy Tanner...Bonnie Reynolds
Jonathan Malen...Ray
Jon McLaren...Zak
Will Bowes...Robbie
Claudia Jurt...Dr. Marianna Harrison
Bobby Osborne...Young Ryan
Grace Tucker-Duguay...Young Carrie Anne
Jasmine Chan...Alice
John Healy...John Jacobson
Kate Drummond...Nurse (uncredited)
Miles Carney...Party Guest (uncredited)
Jordan Krakower...Tyler's Friend (uncredited)
Thomas Lamb...Tyler's Friend (uncredited)
Gregory Wilson...ER Orderly (uncredited)
Matthew Champ...Hospital Patient (uncredited)
Paul Finnigan...Hospital Visitor (uncredited)
Jolanta Mojsej...Doctor (uncredited)
Jake McDowell...Student (uncredited)
Lisa Cumming...Student (uncredited)
Steve Rahaman...Student (uncredited)
Produção
Director:Mark Tonderai
Producer:Peter Block (producer)
Hal Lieberman (producer)
Sonny Mallhi (executive producer)
Robert Menzies (line producer)
Aaron Ryder (producer)
Ryan Kavanaugh (executive producer)
Steve Samuels (executive producer)
Allison Silver (executive producer)
Tucker Tooley (executive producer)
Writer:David Loucka (screenplay)
Jonathan Mostow (story)
Composer:Theo Green
Cinematographer:Miroslaw Baszak
Editing:Steve Mirkovich
Karen Porter
Casting:John Papsidera
Ilona Smyth
Production Design:Lisa Soper
Art Director:Shane Boucher
Set Decorator:Garren Dunbar
Costume Design:Jennifer Stroud
Makeup:Carly Basso (hair stylist)
Angie Reid (key makeup artist)
Ashley Dawn Szabadi (assistant makeup artist)
Kensey Young (additional hair stylist)
Production Management:Andre Coutu (post-production supervisor)
Christopher Kulikowski (post-production supervisor: Relativity Media)
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