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Arlington Road
     

Arlington Road

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Director: Mark Pellington

Cast: Jeff Bridges, Tim Robbins, Joan Cusack

 

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In this tense thriller, a man begins to suspect his neighbors are not what they appear to be -- and their secrets could be deadly. Michael Faraday (played by Jeff Bridges) is a college professor whose wife, an FBI agent, was killed in the line of duty by members of an extremist right-wing terrorist group, leaving him to raise their nine-year-old son by himself. One

Overview

In this tense thriller, a man begins to suspect his neighbors are not what they appear to be -- and their secrets could be deadly. Michael Faraday (played by Jeff Bridges) is a college professor whose wife, an FBI agent, was killed in the line of duty by members of an extremist right-wing terrorist group, leaving him to raise their nine-year-old son by himself. One day, he saves the life of a boy he sees on the street. The child turns out to be the son of his new neighbors, Oliver and Cheryl Lang (Tim Robbins and Joan Cusack). Michael soon becomes friendly with the grateful Langs, who seem as cheerfully bland as anyone could hope from denizens of suburbia. But the better Michael gets to know Oliver, the more he becomes convinced that something isn't quite right; Oliver seems almost too clean and perfect, and Michael begins to notice that small details in Oliver's stories don't quite add up. The question is whether Michael's well-founded paranoia about the radical right is getting the better of him, or are the Langs up to something a lot more sinister than their cheerful smiles and manicured lawn would suggest? Ehren Kruger's screenplay for Arlington Road won the Motion Picture Academy's Nicholl Fellowship prize in 1996; the film was the second directorial effort for Mark Pellington, who debuted with Going All the Way.

Product Details

Release Date:
07/16/2013
UPC:
0014381860429
Original Release:
1999
Rating:
R
Source:
Image Entertainment
Region Code:
1
Time:
1:57:00
Sales rank:
12,656

Special Features

Closed Caption; Commentary with director and Jeff Bridges; "Making of" featurette; Alternate ending; Theatrical trailers; Talent files

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Jeff Bridges Faraday
Tim Robbins Oliver Lang
Joan Cusack Cheryl Lang
Hope Davis Brooke Wolf
Robert Gossett FBI Agent Whit Carver
Mason Gamble Brady Lang
Spencer Treat Clark Grant Faraday
Stanley Anderson Dr. Archer Scobee

Technical Credits
Mark Pellington Director
Angelo Badalamenti Score Composer
Jennifer Barrett-Pellington Costumes/Costume Designer
Conrad Buff Editor
Bobby Bukowski Cinematographer
Ellen Chenoweth Casting
William Paul Clark Asst. Director
Kathleen Cusack Sound/Sound Designer
Therese DePrez Production Designer
Ellen Dux Associate Producer
Tom Gorai Producer
Jerry Grandey Asst. Director
Barbara Haberecht Set Decoration/Design
Jean Higgins Co-producer
Ehren Kruger Screenwriter
Judd Malkin Executive Producer
James McQuaide Associate Producer
Tom Rosenberg Executive Producer
Ed Ross Executive Producer
Peter Samuelson Producer
Marc Samuelson Producer
Sigurjon Sighvatsson Executive Producer
David Stein Art Director
Ted Tannenbaum Executive Producer
Tomandandy Score Composer
Richard S. Wright Co-producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Arlington Road
1. Start [5:51]
2. Brady's Parents [2:19]
3. Grant [1:38]
4. American Terrorism [:59]
5. Whit Carver [2:46]
6. Guests of Honor [4:14]
7. The Blueprint [3:00]
8. Dean Scobee [6:00]
9. Values & Accountability [7:16]
10. Record Verification [2:35]
11. Class of '78 [2:28]
12. Siege Flashback [8:11]
13. Name Change [4:49]
14. In Oliver's Study [3:20]
15. William Fenimore [6:48]
16. "You Don't Know Me." [5:11]
17. Exchange Witness [3:38]
18. "I Think You're Right." [1:31]
19. Fatal Crash [4:19]
20. "What Message?" [3:17]
21. Dr. Scobee [3:55]
22. Camp Occoquan [1:28]
23. "Where's My Son?" [10:06]
24. Pursuit of Liberty [2:24]
25. Beating the Messenger [5:42]
26. Unauthorized [2:50]
27. "Boom." [2:56]
28. The Work of One Man [7:51]

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Arlington Road 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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I thought the movie was great. This movie will keep you at the edge of your seat. Don't leave to get anything unless you pause the movie first because every single part of this movie is great. I can't say enough about it. I thought it was going to be stupid because the guy from the movie ''Starman'' is in it, but I thought wrong.If you want a movie with horror,suspense,comedy(Tiny bit),drama etc... then this is the movie for you. BUY IT!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This film was amazing. Normally I am not a huge fan of action movies, but this one kept me riveted. I saw a similarity between this film and "Training Day," and that was an ironic ending which echoed something that had taken place earlier in the movie. That's all I'm saying!! Tim Robbins, in his own, quietly demonic way, was more frightening than any movie monster, and that's saying something for an actor who looks more innocent than Haley Joel Osment.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This film is utterly stunning. The stellar preformences from robbins and bridges will absolutely mesmerize you. This is one of the most suprising movies ive seen the end of this movie will shock anyone who watches. I definately reccomend!!!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
The actors are wonderful is this exciting film. I enjoyed every minute. I highly recommend it.
JosephNicholas More than 1 year ago
Arlington Road The story of a man who seems paranoid that his neighbor is a domestic terrorist. He turns out to be right. Stars Jeff Bridges and Tim Robbins. Worth seeing.