The 4th Floor (1999)

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A woman inherits a rent-controlled apartment and is terrorized by a neighbor.




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  • William Hurt, Juliette Lewis, Shelley Duvall, and Tobin Bell in The 4th Floor (1999)

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19 June 2004 | Judge8080
I've seen this all before
The 4th Floor(1999) Inane suspense about young woman(Juliette Lewis) who moves into her late Aunts walk-up apartment in New York City. Since this is a fairly short movie, it doesn't take very long for Ms. Lewis to find that she has some very bizarre neighbors. She is warned by one (payed by an almost un-recognizable, Shelley Duvall) to stay away from certain tenants and is given a list of rules of the building that would choke a horse. All heck breaks loose from there. The film is very predictable and the stalker of Ms. Lewis should be learned of by mid -film for many viewers. Lewis is an interesting actress and is not hard to look out but the real disappointment is William Hurt who plays Lewis' weatherman boyfriend. Hurt looks bored, has a very bad hair weave and its sad that an actor with his status has been reduced to second rate roles. No fire in him at all. Overall '4ht Floor' is a mediocre flick and cant be over soon enough. rated 2 of 5 stars.

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Release Date:

10 August 2000



Country of Origin

USA, Canada

Filming Locations

New Brunswick, Canada

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