Based on an Exit Polling of 165 Moviegoers
Your Probability of
Enjoying This Movie
Movie To Friends
|13-19||Teens (M)||16||Fairly Low||81%|
|13-19||Teens (F)||48||Fairly High||85%|
|20-29||Yg Adults (M)||18||About 50/50||94%|
|20-29||Yg Adults (F)||23||Fairly High||83%|
|30+||Adults (M)||25||Fairly High||88%|
|30+||Adults (F)||35||Fairly High||94%|
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|Pretty much what I thought. A decent movie, but certainly not great. A few people enjoyed the movie very much rating it "Excellent" and even "Fantastic." A nearly equal number didn't care much for it, rating it "Fair" and lower. With most opinions in the "Very Good" to "Good" range, it indicates a movie most enjoyed, but not tremendously.
I would recommend "The Glass House" if you've seen everything else you're interested in. You may want to save a few bucks and catch it at a matinee. If you miss it, it will make a good rental later.
Publisher Comments: (before opinions collected)
A decent thriller that most should enjoy. It's a little slow throughout, but it does have quite a few suspenseful moments.
When Ruby (Leelee Sobieski) and her younger brother Rhett's (Trevor Morgan) parents, Grace and Dave Baker, are killed in a car crash, their parents' best friends, Bin and Terry Glass (Diane Lane and Stellan
Skarsgard), become their guardians. The Glasses promise Ruby and Rhctt a candy-coated world of opulence and California fun-in- the-sun to help them forget the nightmare they've just experienced. All they have to do is move into the Glasses' gated house in picturesque Malibu via stretch limousine.|
The Glasses seem to be more than considerate of their needs; there are some trendy new clothes for Ruby and two new videogame systems and a TV for
Rhett. So what if it's just a bit strange that sister and brother have to share the same bedroom in such a big house. Bin and Terry have told them it's only temporary. And the estate lawyer (Bruce Dem) for their parents has informed them that there's plenty of money to take care of their future, to the tune of $4 million.
It seems there's nothing to be afraid of—until Ruby begins to suspect that Erin and Terry may not be the ideal guardians they seem. But are her suspicions justified or merely the perceptions of a rebellious teen with a fertile imagination? Unless she's absolutely sure, Ruby shouldn't throw any stones... for what you don't see in the Glass house can kill you.
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