Eyes of Laura Mars
Eyes of Laura Mars (1978)

Eyes of Laura Mars has an intriguing premise -- which, alas, is abandoned halfway through in favor of gratuitous violence. The title character, played by Faye Dunaway, is a high-priced fashion photographer, specializing in gory… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: August 2, 1978
DVD Release Date: August 28, 2001
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Critic Score: 44% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Gary Arnold
Washington Post

... you find yourself chewing over "Laura Mars" after the lights come up. Unfortunately, it's the kind of chew that leaves your jaw feeling tired and your mouth tasting sour.

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Rich Cline
Shadows on the Wall

grisly and gonzo

Ken Hanke
Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

Entertaining, trashy thriller that's sometimes laughable

Richard T. Jameson
Parallax View

Clearly we are not dealing with a movie here; this is a producer's package, a market-researched gratification kit ripe for fast saturation-merchandising.

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Steve Crum
Dispatch-Tribune Newspapers

Still pretty creepy murder mystery starring Dunaway and Tommy Lee.

Scott Weinberg

Pulpy and dramatic mystery-thriller.

Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

Turns out to be as superficial as the chic art scene it rails against.

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Tim Robey
Daily Telegraph (UK)

Vogueish tripe.

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Flixster Audience Score: 42% Flixster User Reviews
Tim Salmons
One of the great American giallos, Eyes of Laura Mars is an unsung little thriller masterpiece. Very little gore and violence is actually seen taking place,… More
Drew Smith
The Eyes of Laura Mars begins with legitimate promise, itching at the surface of this New York art-or-trash aesthetic that sort of serves as an interesting… More
Aj V
So, I got to see this movie again yesterday. It's very interesting how Laura has psychic powers, yet doesn't know who the killer is till the end, but… More
Martin Sahlin
A lot like the movie Hideaway. But a little better. Tommy Lee Jones was good...but he's a little too young.
Cassie Hill
A great film but I was sad at the end when Tommy Lee Jones (John Neville) was the killer. Worth a watch & a classic 70s film :)
Greg S
Photographer Laura Mars begins literally seeing murders through the eyes of a serial killer--a curse that turns her effectively blind at tense moments, such as… More