My friend and I had a blast at this movie last Friday, but not for the reason you would expect. We literally laughed through the entire film - and what was even more fun was that the entire theater was laughing, too. The dialogue and plot were so thin and badly written, and the intense scenes so implausible, that it was hilarious. As the movie ended, I think all of us sat staring at the screen wondering if that really was the ending - that the credits were about to prove it was all over - that me, my friend, and the entire theater, cracked up all over again. So, I have absolutely no regrets about paying money to see it. It was fun in its own right.
The Boy Next Door (2015) 720p YIFY Movie
The Boy Next Door (2015)
A recently cheated on married woman falls for a younger man who has moved in next door, but their torrid affair soon takes a dangerous turn.
IMDB: 4.4154 Likes
- Genre: Thriller |
- Quality: 720p
- Size: 703.00M
- Resolution: 1280*536 / 23.976fps
- Language: English
- Run Time: 91
- IMDB Rating: 4.4/10
- MPR: R
- Peers/Seeds: 6 / 88
The Synopsis for The Boy Next Door (2015) 720p
When a handsome, charming teenager named Noah (Ryan Guzman) moves in next door, newly separated high-school teacher Claire Peterson (Jennifer Lopez) encourages his friendship and engages in a little bit of harmless (or so she thinks) flirtation. Although Noah spends much of the time hanging out with Claire's son, the teen's attraction to her is palpable. One night, Claire gives in to temptation and lets Noah seduce her, but when she tries to end the relationship, he turns violent.
The Director and Players for The Boy Next Door (2015) 720p
The Reviews for The Boy Next Door (2015) 720p
So terrible, yet....Reviewed bySarah M.Vote: 3/10
The Boy Next Door is the latest film that January of 2015 has to offer and man oh man does this film scream January. It doesn't just scream January, it screams out multiple other adjectives to describe this useless, idiotic, and ridiculous film. The Boy Next Door pits a recent divorcee in a torrid affair with the next door neighbor who happens to be crazy and you could probably tell how this film is going to go due to its overtly "let's not even try anymore" attitude. Let's start off with the good...there is none. Now for the bad, there's a ton. Number one, I think that anyone with half a brain could probably realize that this is a horrible film. It is paced terribly, it has the dialog of a cheesy Lifetime movie from the nineties and it has Jennifer Lopez in her worst role to date. The film's 90 or so minute runtime even feels too long as we wallow in classic stalker movie cliches for its duration. It runs through the classic genre thrills from Fatal Attraction, Basic Instinct, The Hand that Rocks the Cradle and many more and uses absolutely nothing with it. The biggest issue with this film isn't the terrible plot, it isn't the half baked thrills, it is the dialog. The dialog in this film sounds like the first draft of an episode of Guiding Light. There's no flavor to it, thus letting the actors turn in bland and listless performances. For a film that is listed as a suspense thriller, there is no suspense and zero thrills. Quite honestly, the only thing that was thrilling in this film were the end credits. Yes, this film is that bad and it stands up pretty high on the list of terrible films I've seen. It fits nice and snug between Troll 2 and Gigli.
Opens with two characters chatting like it's halfway through, and you better pay attention? Jennifer Lopez is married or, separated from a polite, cheating husband and her son is going on a weekend trip with dad? And what's really important is J-Lo's Claire Peterson will be alone for a few days? Well that's all it takes for a perfect looking twenty-year-old named Noah (Ryan Guzman) to become more smitten with his neighbor than Glenn Close was with Michael Douglas, or anyone else in the Tryst-to-Stalker Genre? Playing out like a Straight to Video throwaway, THE BOY NEXT DOOR has every cliche in the book ? or in this case, leaflet. Yet it's a terrific film to laugh at, exhibiting howling camp value as Noah's transformation from friendly alpha male bonding with Claire's passive son, flirtatious model undressing near an open window, steamy bedroom partner into a vicious psychopath happens before Lopez has time to blink, or the audience can finish half their popcorn. And while his attraction is believable since she looks good enough to lust after, the blinding fascination... from email hacking to picture pasting to brake tampering to kidnapping... is completely far-fetched, deleting any suspenseful development that could have made BOY a better, more realistic film ? but where's the fun in that? And yes, it is that bad... Thank Goodness!