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Current Rating: 3.73

Current Rating: 3.73

based on 7860 votes and 86 reviews

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  • Totally HOT
  • I found just as much heart as I did humour in this film. Elisha Cuthbert has really come a long way from PMK, but not bad at all. The music is what really kept me interested, and just enjoy yourself.
  • I really love this because the movie is very romantic.. I love Elisha Cuthbert so much. She is gorgeous as ever.. - Raphael from Manila, Philippines.
  • it was absolutely GREAT guys...emile is so cute!it`s the best movie ever!!!!!!loved it!!so romantic too...ohhhhhhhh emile is soooooooooooooo cuuuuteee...
  • Loved it and because of it now I love Elisha Cuthbert
  • I have been fallen in love with her after watching this movie.
  • very nice
  • so cool..I love ELISHA CUTHBERT
  • I have been impressed by the performance of Emile Hirsch. This was the first time I saw him again on a movie after his first appearance on TV when he was such a handsome little boy and good actor already. At that time, I already knew he would become an adult actor as he is now. Congratulations to him (and everybody else).
  • The Girl Next Door is definitaly a favorite of mine because it is amazing on so many levels. I love the way Danielle and Matt look at eachother, they really seem to be crazy about eachother, which is hard to do. I absoloutly love Elisha Cuthbert and Emile Hirch`s performaces and suggest that everyone go and see it. After this movie ends you just get that feeling like "wow, that was such a good movie" and just want to press play all over again.

The Girl Next Door

Genre:  Comedy, Drama
Running Time:  109 min.
Release Date: April 9, 2004
DVD: August 24, 2004

Current rating: Rating: 3.73
based on 7860 votes and 86 reviews
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Cast: Emile Hirsch, Elisha Cuthbert, Timothy Olyphant, James Remar, Christopher Marquette, Paul Dano, Olivia Wilde