Eagle Eye
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Shia LaBeouf and Michelle Monaghan star in Disturbia director D.J. Caruso's race-against-time thriller concerning two strangers thrust together by a mysterious telephone call, and their frantic efforts to discover why they have inexplicably become the nation's most wanted fugitives. Jerry Shaw (LaBeouf) and Rachel Holloman (Monaghan) were complete strangers at the beginning of the day, but that changed the instant a strange woman called to threaten both their lives and the lives of their loved ones. Suddenly forced into a series of increasingly dangerous situations, Jerry and Rachel… More

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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 26%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"A warning about the threat in our own backyard -- but as often is the case with Hollywood blockbusters, the warning comes across more like fear-mongering than constructive social criticism. Personally, I prefer my cinema sans mongering."
‑ Christine Champ, Film.com
"What's galling about Eagle Eye is that it could easily have been an entertaining film without constantly yielding to the impulse to blow stuff up."
‑ Calvin Wilson, St. Louis Post-Dispatch
"In Eagle Eye, we're meant to fear our GPS."
‑ Simon Miraudo, Quickflix
"The trouble with Shia? He's no Henry Fonda, Jimmy Stewart, or Cary Grant. And as for Caruso, well, Brian De Palma can rest easy."
‑ Brett Michel, Boston Phoenix
"...one could certainly do far worse as far as movies of this ilk go."
‑ David Nusair, Reel Film Reviews
"It's going to make you want to take the batteries out of your cell phone."
‑ Ben Mankiewicz, At the Movies
"To call Eagle Eye derivative is an understatement; the greater sin is how snoozy this Spielberg-produced anxiety drama feels, even with all sorts of objects flying toward your head."
‑ Joshua Rothkopf, Time Out New York
"As the film drags on, there are several nauseatingly dogmatic moments that make you feel like you're trapped in some kind of uber-liberal rally."
‑ Ben Rawson-Jones, Digital Spy
"Everything's chopped up into those woozy, bite-size snippets of flashing lights and spinning tires, thrown into a blender and then regurgitated on screen."
‑ Matt Soergel, Florida Times-Union
"This is nobody's idea of an intelligent political thriller (or satire), but it is an orgy for the senses."
‑ Felix Gonzalez Jr., DVD Review
"An intelligent nail biter."
‑ Ben Lyons, At the Movies
"Did everyone involved in this botched thriller OD on speed?"
‑ Peter Travers, Rolling Stone
"Eagle Eye isn't awful, just trite ... it suffers from the same problem most high concept films have; it's all smoke, but no fire."
‑ Joshua Starnes, ComingSoon.net
"Eagle Eye is a totally derivative, unoriginal techno-thriller, cribbing scenes and ideas from better films. ... But it's also thoroughly entertaining."
‑ Sonny Bunch, Washington Times
"So colossally ridiculous (and transparently derivative) that willing suspension of disbelief is a fool's errand. [Blu-ray]"
‑ Peter Canavese, Groucho Reviews
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