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Eagle Eye

2008

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Shia LaBeouf (Transformers) and Michelle Monaghan (Mission: Impossible III) star as strangers ripped from their ordinary lives when they are "activated" as part or a high-tech assassination plot. Through blistering chases and shocking twists they try to escape - but where do you go when the enemy is everywhere?

Starring:
Shia LaBeouf, Michelle Monaghan
Runtime:
1 hour, 57 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Thriller, Action, Mystery
Director D.J. Caruso
Starring Shia LaBeouf, Michelle Monaghan
Supporting actors Rosario Dawson, Michael Chiklis, Anthony Mackie, Ethan Embry, Billy Bob Thornton, Anthony Azizi, Cameron Boyce, Lynn Cohen, Bill Smitrovich, Charles Carroll, William Sadler, Deborah Strang, Dariush Kashani, Sean Kinney, Bob Morrisey, J. Patrick McCormack, Lorenzo Eduardo, Madylin Sweeten
Studio Paramount
MPAA rating PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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By H. Bala TOP 500 REVIEWER on January 1, 2009
Format: DVD
The Bourne Ultimatum (Widescreen Edition) and Minority Report (Widescreen Edition) both produced similar moments which I really dug, in which a near omniscient character guides his/her fleeing companion and does so with such exquisite timing and pinpoint accuracy that capture is thereby avoided (Jason Bourne in one film, that psychic chick in the other). EAGLE EYE is one extended version of these two moments, and, guess what, it doesn't get old.

I guess this could happen, government voyeurism, what with how advanced technology's gotten. In fact, I've no doubt this is happening right now. EAGLE EYE presents a twisty plot, the soup of which blends Big Brother paranoia, the techno thriller, the shadow of terrorism, a whiff of Skynet, and the classic man on the run theme. EAGLE EYE tells of two strangers - Jerry Shaw, the slacker copy boy (excuse me, "copy associate") from Copy Cabana and Rachel, the stressed single mom/paralegal - suddenly flung together by a mysterious (and dang pushy) female who gives them brisk instructions over their cell phones, forcing them to frenetically run and jump around, drive like they've got to use the bathroom, hold up a pair of security guards for a briefcase (of which contents are a letdown, by the way), and even sneak onboard a military cargo plane. And those are just for starters...

The most intriguing part of the film, for me, was learning what was up with the voicy voice, who's cornered Jerry by framing him as a terrorist and cornered Rachel by threatening to kill her son.
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Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
I must admit most of this review will be based on my second viewing of this film. Both viewings were on blu ray but the first time I had high expectations. The story line intrigued me and I am a huge Shia LaBeouf fan. With the first viewing I didn't like it very much. I liked Shia but I thought the story line pushed the limits and was just too unbelievable for me. It looked great in blu ray but I was disappointed.

Well, we all know that our experiences when we have expectations can sometimes be altered. I love blu ray, have consistently read how EAGLE EYE is one of the best films to utilize blu ray to its full effect so now, many months after my first viewing I purchased EAGLE EYE. I wanted to have it for I do want to own every Shia LaBeouf film and I am so grateful I did. This time I sat back with my home theater system with no expectations and was on the edge of my seat from beginnig to end. Knowing the plot and having no expectations allowed me to just view it and amazingly the plot suddendlty made sense, caught me up from beginning to end and I enjoyed myself immensely.

Kudos first must go to the acting. Shia LaBeouf, Michelle Monaghan and Billy Bob Thornton all up the ante with their acting chops. These characters are believable and it is refreshing to have the male and female lead not get romantically involved. It brings more of a sense of relity to the film. This film is directed and acted with respect to the story and it is very believable once you get caught up. It is also filled with amazing action sequences and they were all right - blu ray is the only real way to enjoy this film to is full effect. The video presentation is an amazingly crisp 1080p. Colors and clarity are perfection.
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Kind of a cult flick. Done before Shia went completely off the reservation. I've always had a bit of a crush on Michele Monaghan. Her performance did nothing to diminish my appreciation for her skills, poise and presence. The screenplay works well in the current moment of spying, communications satellites and of course killer drones. The era of 'Eagle Eye,' is well and truly upon us.
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I never expected Shia LaBeouf and Michelle Monaghan to star in a movie together...it's just not a combination that readily comes to mind. Furthermore, I never really expected to enjoy that movie this much. I'm also not a big fan of movies about government conspiracies where you're left questioning who's left to be trusted. Again, this film became an exception to my dislike. Another exception is Billy Bob Thornton, whom I sometimes don't like because of his more eccentric behavior on the screen. Here, he portrayed a tough, no-nonsense federal agent whom I could totally believe was the leader of the investigation in progress. Of course, my favorite cast member was Michelle Monaghan...couldn't get enough of her. So, since this film destroyed pretty much all of my misgivings and fell into the exception categories on various issues, I have no choice but to give it a stamp of approval. That's not actually a hard choice as I've watched it more than once and I'm still liking it. You go out and see what it does for you...I'm sure the effects will be positive. Enjoy.
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By Doc on September 22, 2015
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Eagle Eye is a great movie to sit amd watch with the family. Eagle Eyes plot is solid, with a few unique twists. Shia LaBeouf shows his ability to lead a film. I recommend Eagle Eye to any suspense amd action film lover. And especially to Shia LaBeouf fans.
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