Who cares, right? They're just cats.
A group of neighbors in a small apartment complex aren't thrilled with their situations. The girl on the top floor hates the girl on the bottom floor because she has too many cats. The man on the second floor is faking being a paraplegic and secretly sneaks out at night and kills and rapes people. The new guy wants to fit in and be a do gooder but always screws things up. Something crazy is bound to happen with this cast of misfits.
"Was she raped?"
"She was treated poorly."
Jacob Tierney, director of Twist and The Trotsky, delivers Good Neighbors. The storyline for this movie is very interesting and takes a wonderful twist at the end that is fascinating and well delivered. The characters are well written and well delivered and the cast delivers solid performances. The cast includes Jay Baruchel, Scott Speedman, and Emily Hampshire.
"Should I be concerned with my safety?"
"A woman your age should always be concerned with your safety. It's a nasty world."
I caught this picture while flicking through the channels and decided to give it a try. I was pleasantly surprised by the vastness of the characters and the plot twists that kept the film fascinating. There were some aspects that were predictable but there were definitely some twists that made the ultimate conclusion fulfilling. I recommend seeing this underrated picture.
"She drinks so much."