Jane (Lewis) has inherited a rent-controlled brownstone apartment from her aunt, and, despite her boyfriend's (Hurt) appeals, has decided to move in and live on her own for the first time. Almost immediately she is introduced to the pleasures of living in an apartment building, as she quickly draws the ire of her downstairs neighbor (on the titular 4th floor), who pounds on his ceiling to let her know that her furniture moving is disturbing him. The next morning, she finds a warning note on her door, which she quickly dismisses. However, as more drastic actions seem to be taken against her, such as infestations of mice and cockroaches, and even break-ins, Jane begins to suspect that her neighbor wants her out. Determined to stand her ground, Jane ignores her boyfriend's pleading and decides to stick it out. But when she is attacked in her home, Jane decides to take action herself.
Pros: Lewis Ok Cons: Hurt d - r - a - g - s through his part The Bottom Line: Seen it before and seen it done better Again I am mesmerized by the uniqueness of Julliette Lewis. This waif-like creature teeters at the edge of the unexpected in almost every movie she stars in, huge eyes and squeaky voice, irritating in nature but entrancing nevertheless. The 4th Floor was certainly no exception, but it … more