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Eye in the Sky

Eye in the Sky is a movie starring Helen Mirren, Aaron Paul, and Alan Rickman. Col. Katherine Powell, a military officer in command of an operation to capture terrorists in Kenya, sees her mission escalate when a girl enters the...

Other Titles
Visuredzošā acs, Pogled s neba, Opération Eye in the Sky, Eye in the Sky - In letzter Sekunde, Silmad taevas, Espías desde el cielo, アイ・イン・ザ・スカイ 世界一安全な戦場, Ölüm Emri, Les yeux dans le ciel, Operação Eye in the Sky, Enemigo Invisible, Enemigo invisible, Il diritto di uccidere, Pogled sa neba, A'yin ba'shama'yim, Niewidzialny wróg, 天眼行動, Az élet ára, Eye in the sky: Razboiul dronelor, Αόρατος εχθρός, Decisão de Risco, Padangiu akis
Running Time
1 hours 42 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Drama, War, Thriller
Gavin Hood
Guy Hibbert
Aaron Paul, Alan Rickman, Barkhad Abdi, Helen Mirren
Canada, UK
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Col. Katherine Powell, a military officer in command of an operation to capture terrorists in Kenya, sees her mission escalate when a girl enters the kill zone triggering an international dispute over the implications of modern warfare.

Comments about drama «Eye in the Sky» (21)

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Beverly B.

As many of my reviewers have pointed out, this film is quite strong on the visuals but leaves too much to the imagination. This is one of the main reasons I wanted to see it. The cinematography is as you would expect from a Hollywood film, bright, sharp and rich. The photography is all very well done and doesn't feel at all out of place. The story, however, is not that strong. It is what you might call "adapted" from a novel. That is, if you're a fan of the original book, you'll probably be disappointed with the change. The story is about a French-Canadian family that goes on a trip to Cornwall to try to sell some land, while they are making sure the family patriarch, William, doesn't fall into a sea-bottom. During their vacation, they end up in a small town and meet a charming young lady and her son, who is having a hard time adjusting to his new surroundings. The movie is not bad, but the characters are so one-dimensional and the plot is so weak that it doesn't deserve to be mentioned as a cinematic achievement. I say, "adapted" because I personally found the original book to be superior in every way and, therefore, I felt that I should see the movie in that case. I was very disappointed with this adaptation. At the end of the day, it is better than the original. If you enjoyed the original, you'll probably like the adaptation, though. If you didn't, you won't.

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It is difficult to pick up and accurately trace the reason for this film's existence. The film is a significant document of the time period during which it was made, the United States and the subsequent Cold War. The writers of the film, Gareth Evans and Robert Ginter, leave no doubt about the set-up of events and the overall "message" they are trying to get across. They also have an ability to extract the most amazing out of their characters. Their characters are so realistic, so well developed that I found myself hoping for the worst and wishing them to succeed. My favorite of the three actors, however, is Charlie Plummer. I will always remember him as the "successful" punk musician who goes from garage rock to popular rock. In his younger years he was just another guy who liked music and liked playing the guitar. His voice and his appearance don't match his demeanor. When I first saw Charlie in that scene in "Road House" (1986), I thought he was a little like an obnoxious younger Michael Douglas, and it was a little painful to watch him play against such an accomplished actor. His performance in "Loose Change" (1991) and the "Bourne" series were more like his age. Now in his 40's, his performance was more like a man of his own age and his style of playing a guitar and singing. It is a shame that some of the more realistic actors in the film got to play better than the real life ones. I know of three other films about the Vietnam War that I think have similar problems, "The Green Berets" (1984), "One Hour Photo" (1982), and "Passion of the Christ" (1990). I think the writers of the "Road House" film should have put Charlie Plummer in the lead role and tried to get him to play the role with as much honesty as possible. The acting of the two film versions of "The Green Berets" is very similar, but I prefer the performances of the younger Charlie Plummer in "Road House" and the older Charlie Plummer in "Loose Change" over the performances of the younger "Loose Change" Charlie Plummer in "The Green Berets". "Loose Change" is still a great film in the long run. I will always love this film, even though I have not been able to sit through it in years. I have enjoyed watching it over and over again. It is a great document of that time period. The best part about this film is the final scenes, which are just as great as the rest of the film. One cannot help but hope that their story will continue for a while.

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Angela Warren

This movie was made in 1976. It is the only movie I have seen with a futuristic setting in which men could be viewed as potential criminals. To me, the setting was perfect. This movie is about a group of 6 men who, after a forced landing, find themselves in a desolate part of Norway where they are stranded without any supplies, with few people able to help them. The 5 of them become isolated and start to think about the possibility that they could become the targets of a ruthless group of mercenaries led by a madman who takes care of their every need. I found the use of the helicopters in this movie very interesting. I like how the Helicopters were used in a way that made them look like a real machine. I have read some reviews that said that this movie was boring and that they did not understand how a group of 6 could be willing to risk their lives and every hope in order to save their friend. I disagree with this. In the movie, I found myself wondering how they were able to stay so calm and yet not be so upset with the situation. I did not understand the characters, but that does not mean that they were not interesting. The whole movie was about the 6 men. I believe that this movie is a great choice for anyone who is interested in thinking about the future of mankind. I rate this movie 8/10.

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I recently watched this movie and found it to be an effective and compelling war-movie. Many of the war-movies that have been made, by and large, have been either fiction, fantasy, or war-movies. This one is a mixture of the two. It is set in WWI and the characters are based on people who survived. At the end of the movie, when we see the characters emerge from the trenches, we are left thinking that "what did they do?". This movie does not tell you what they did. You have to make your own mind up on the characters and their individual actions. While I found it to be an effective war-movie, I found it to be less effective as an allegory. If you like this movie, then you will also like Saving Private Ryan. You might also like Band of Brothers, starring Tom Hanks and Ethan Hawke. I recommend this movie.

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Jean P.

This is a very good war movie. It is very moving and the story line was very touching and very good. The casting was good and the acting was very good especially the young stars. I didn't think too much of Ben Affleck and Bruce Willis but the boy they casted as Willis' son was really good and had a good voice. I liked that his character was quite masculine but wasn't overly feminine. The soldiers were all very nice and very interesting and I liked their uniforms. I liked the conflict the movie was trying to create but it wasn't exactly clear enough on why there was a war. I also liked how the military was very different from other movies. They kept it real and the soldiers were very young and I think that was very refreshing. It was not very long but it was very exciting and moving. The battles were good. I think it was a good film but the military was a little bit overplayed. It was okay and I enjoyed it.

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Rachel Hanson

Roughly five minutes into this film, I realized that I was actually watching a documentary. They were talking in a way that was meant to be factual, but it just never felt right. I've never been able to figure out what I missed in this film. It was just so good. In fact, I could not help but love it. The movie is just plain and simple a great film. If you're a fan of any of the actors, you'll love this film. You'll be intrigued by the film. But, if you're a casual viewer, you'll probably be able to overlook the fact that this film is completely fabricated and is just meant to look like it is. You can't help but fall for it. If you haven't seen it, go see it. You won't be disappointed. 8/10

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Alice W.

The movie itself is a lot better than I expected, but its hard to understand why I had low expectations before seeing this movie. The movie has lots of great lines and some great acting. But I was really surprised by the storyline and the tension it builds. I was amazed by the amazing fight scenes that reminded me of what I have seen in John Woo's movies. The first hour is very slow and doesn't have a lot of action but there is a lot of suspense. The ending scene was very sad and very powerful. The movie is not very long and that's a good thing because I wouldn't want to waste two hours watching something that I didn't enjoy. 8/10

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Samantha W.

This movie tells the story of a small town in World War 2 in what they call the 'Battle of Britain' and it's tragedy and for some it is a turning point in their lives. It's very hard to describe the feel of the movie but i'll try. The acting is superb, and the characters are believable. There are many parts of the movie where i would have liked to see the director take the camera away from the characters. The cinematography is outstanding and the music and sound effects are exceptional. This movie is definitely worth watching.

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Willie W.

Kirk (Jake Gyllenhaal) is a Vietnam veteran living in Los Angeles with his two small children. He is haunted by the memory of his service, and as a result, he experiences nightmares. One day, his younger son, Sam (Alex de la Iglesia) who is now a high school student, goes missing and Kirk is the prime suspect. The local police chief, Stanley (Scott Wilson) makes a deal with Kirk, if he gets his son back, he will turn in his wife, Dottie (Cate Blanchett) and his mistress, Jody (Martha Plimpton). Kirk agrees to this in order to get his wife back. Jody also agrees, so he goes to the police chief's house, and the two of them have a long discussion. They are about to get married, but Kirk doesn't want to, so he convinces his wife to break it off with her husband. This is where the real action of the movie begins. There is a lot of violence in this movie. It is not the kind of violence that you see in movies like The Shawshank Redemption. It is more violent than some of the movies of that kind. Kirk is haunted by the memory of the war and the nightmares he has. I don't think I have ever seen such a realistic depiction of a Vietnam veteran. There are some real scenes of people being killed. You see it in the beginning, when Kirk goes to the police chief's house to tell him what happened to Sam, and then you see it later in the movie when he talks to Stanley, who tells him what he saw and the real reason for this. He also explains to him that Sam has been in Vietnam, but he has not had any problems with his service. There is also a scene of him burying a dead body that is never shown on screen, and it is a very sad moment. The movie does not do anything that could be considered sensational, and it is good. This movie is very much like what the Vietnam veterans said to the Vietnam vets in the movie Saving Private Ryan. The movie is about a war that Kirk was involved in. The movie is realistic in the way that it shows what it was like. I think it is one of the better war movies of the year. This movie is definitely worth seeing, especially if you are a Vietnam veteran.

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Julia R.

An art house flick about the aftermath of a WW2 attack in which planes, including a military plane, crash into the forest. An English film from the same crew and director who made "Diary of the Dead", this film is a spectacular and energetic action picture. I especially liked the way the director used the OST to complement the story. The music is generally beautiful, but the choral pieces, which come from Stravinsky, are especially effective, especially when used in the climax. Of course, the film is action-packed and has a lot of fatalities, but the tempo is very brisk, and it is great to see how the camera stays steady in the action. The film is made with a digital camera, and it also has a very good feeling of camerawork, which doesn't look so much like a documentary as a film. It is interesting that the film was made in London, as it reminds me of "City of God", another British film about the aftermath of WW2. It is very interesting to see how other countries that were involved in the conflict have reacted to the events in Iraq. In the film, the French have called the events in Iraq "a crime against humanity", while many Germans have called them "genocide". Some American politicians even call it "a war crime". For me, the film is a very interesting character study of a family and how a country reacts to an event as tragic as WW2. I also really enjoyed the way the director used the OST, as I found it very effective and very good. Overall, a very good action film that is well-acted, stylish, and quite good. The director is certainly a very talented person and I look forward to seeing more films of his from this period.

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Eugene Nguyen

Two things about this movie bothered me. One, it was a film with a strong political message. Two, it is a movie that relies heavily on visual effects. To the second point, it is very disappointing to see the impact of this film's effects on me, but it doesn't negate the visual effects. The first scene of this movie, which I won't spoil, has the best effect of the film. It's an amazingly effective scene, and one that I will be thinking about for a long time after seeing this movie. This is how you tell a story with effects. In a word, it is a very impressive movie. The second thing that bothered me is how heavily the film relies on visual effects. The effects are the most prominent part of the film, and they certainly work. It is an impressive film that features visual effects, and even though the effects are a major part of the film, it is still a very strong film that relies on visual effects to be powerful. The visuals are very powerful, but when you add in the effects, you can't help but compare the visuals to a video game, which is a very big comparison. However, it is a good movie and I will certainly recommend this film to anyone who wants to watch a film with visual effects without having to think too much about the effects.

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Rachel Adams

I've never really been a fan of Lars Von Trier, and he's not exactly my type of filmmaker, but this film seemed like it could have been one of his best. After watching "In the Rain" and "Funny Games", I expected some sort of quality film, but it wasn't quite like that. Now that I've seen "Only Lovers Left Alive", I've become a bit more familiar with his work. This film is by no means a masterpiece, but it is a great film. The performances are so well done that it is hard not to be moved by the emotions of the characters. If you want to see some truly disturbing and powerful imagery, look no further. This film is so powerful that I do recommend it for the fans of Von Trier. "Only Lovers Left Alive" is a wonderful film about love, heartbreak and war. Von Trier's dark films are clearly a strong influence on this film, but I also found that it has a similar style. It has the kind of mood that Von Trier would have drawn on to make "Funny Games" and "In the Rain". I give this film an 8.0/10, and highly recommend it to fans of Von Trier's films.

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I watched this film twice. I was gripped to the end of the second time. It was wonderfully done. I am truly grateful that I watched this movie. The movie is about a group of soldiers on a prison ship, trapped in an icy passage, and attacked by a Norwegian destroyer. After a struggle, they manage to escape. The ship crashes in the ocean, and the survivors end up stranded in the middle of the Atlantic, where the merchant ship Reunion (which is from New Zealand) has a convoy of some 400 merchant ships waiting to transport them back to New Zealand. The rest of the movie is set in the months before the Titanic sinks. It is the story of the couple, who lost their child, and of the men in the hospital and in the hospital ship trying to save their lives. The movie is a chilling, and heartbreaking tale, with some very good and moving moments. It is also a story of two men, one of them the father, and one of the men who survived the sinking. I could not help but to cry a little at the end of the movie. It is such a beautiful and touching movie, that is well worth watching.

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Amber C.

The movie was really good. I feel it was realistic and was very entertaining. It was full of emotions. It's so realistic it's amazing. The only thing that I don't like about it was that it was too emotional. I don't like that it had that message at the end. It was a little confusing at the end. The movie was a little slow at the beginning but once the story started to kick in it was really well done. I would recommend this movie.

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Frank P.

I'm giving it an 8 because of the acting and the fact that it is not political propaganda, but rather a look at war from the perspective of a survivor. All the things I hate about the wars are here and I liked the look at the nature of war. Also, the plot had a lot of surprises. It was never predictable. I loved the fact that it was real life because it really was a lot different than what you would see in the movies. The movie did not focus on American soldiers, but rather on a group of Americans that were Japanese. They had nothing in common with the Japanese and everything in common was because of the war. I love the fact that the Japanese women were not portrayed as sex objects or commodities and were human beings who were living in an occupation that was against their nature. They were suffering as human beings, not as a product of their occupation. This movie was about them and they should not have been used as a way to increase sympathy for the American troops.

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Shirley S.

The reason this film doesn't have a high rating is that it is at times very dark and very dark. I was afraid that the people who saw this film would start to look at the screen and see a big red circle. The acting was excellent, the effects and cinematography were excellent and the story was very well done. I really like that the actor who played the character Prakka, who is supposed to be a Russian general, is not Russian. He looks more like an American. He was a great casting choice for that part. There are some disturbing scenes of torture, however, I was very worried about them. I was very afraid that the people in the audience would get very upset and stop watching the movie. That is the only reason that I rate this film an 8. The only reason that I rate it an 8 is that I felt that the people that did not like the film had a very good reason for not liking the film. They may have been disappointed that the film was so dark and so very dark. I am sorry that I would rather watch the movie than watch the trailers for the movie because they always show things in great detail and I would never understand what they were saying. I would rather read a book or watch a movie.

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An American citizen is held prisoner for the murder of a German soldier during the allied invasion of Normandy. He is brought to England, where his captors believe him to be a Jew. The British authorities have yet to make a decision, but the British courts eventually convict him. Here is a great, engrossing, thought-provoking drama from director Robert Zemeckis. The movie is based on a book by the British journalist Mark Bowden, and the story plays out in a familiarly gripping way. The story is based on events that took place in 1944 and 1945. The story is told from the perspective of the American prisoner, and from his viewpoint we learn about the events leading up to the capture of the prisoner, the search for him and his escape from England. In addition, we also learn about the importance of this event in British history, the British politics that affected the outcome of the case, and the emotions and reactions of the British authorities. The movie was made with a budget of $12 million. It is produced by the same team that brought us "Close Encounters of the Third Kind". It is a fine film. I have seen it four or five times and still can't get enough of it. I highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys a great story that isn't predictable. It is the best movie I have seen in a long time.

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Doris Barnett

Watching this movie was a experience unlike any other. The fact that this film was made in a time of war and terror is still there in the memory of any viewer. The film is a great mix of drama, drama with action, and action with drama. You will feel as if you are living it yourself. The actors did a great job. The scenery was beautiful, and the story was the most entertaining I have seen in a long time. The ending is not predictable, and I would recommend this film to anyone. Highly recommended.

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Jeremy F.

The movie was really nice. It was a film like the book it is based on. It was nice to watch the movie as it was not a Hollywood movie. It was a great film for all ages.

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Jeremy Fields

I wanted to like this movie but when I first watched it, I really didn't like it. I was shocked and confused by some of the scenes in the movie. I decided to watch it again and I thought "Well, this is a good movie." I saw it again and watched it with my daughter and sister. I am so glad I did. After watching it again, I thought it was a great movie. I really do not understand what people are saying. It is a true story. It is real. I mean, I didn't even like it that much when I first saw it, but it was different and I felt it. I just changed my mind and now I like it a lot. I don't know why people are saying this movie is horrible and awful. I just don't understand that. I don't think I'll ever understand this subject, but I hope the movie helps. I loved the fact that the movie is set in the 1930s and I was very happy about that. I really hope more people watch this movie because it is good and a good story. If you haven't seen it yet, I suggest you to watch it again and I hope you really will like it.

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Judith P.

First of all let me say that I'm a fan of the acclaimed German film, The Schindler's List. This film was released in 2001 and I wasn't around when it was released in 1989 but I have to admit that I enjoyed it a lot. Even though I had seen the film, I wasn't that familiar with the story until now. If you haven't seen this movie I highly recommend you to watch it, it's a great story and you'll be surprised to see how real and real life events are portrayed in the movie. The scenes in the movie aren't over dramatic, they're full of suspense and drama. The end of the movie, with the incredible disaster, is a lot of fun. It makes you wonder what would happen if the world really fell apart. It makes you think, does this really happen? Is it possible? I give it an 8/10.