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Current Rating: 4.06

Current Rating: 4.06

based on 168 votes and 12 reviews

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  • But Jim Caviezel is in it!!! With his amazingly intense acting as usual!! So how could this be a bad movie??!! No way!!
  • Even though J.Lo did perform well in this film,the only thing that got me through the movie was some Jim Caviziel and Terrence Howard. Other then that it would have been BLAH!!!! Thanx
  • Great movie. It is a drama, not a thriller as the trailer suggests. A very interesting story about two people who feel alone and are in constant struggle with themselves, as well as with the world around them. Beautifully written, acted, and directed film. Two thumbs up!
  • This movie is SSSSOOOO boring. People thay said it was good are out of their minds.
  • Maybe she will be good like a real police officer, but actor? She is pathetic!!! I like to know a person who brought her into acting. I am able to watch her movies for 5 minutes not more. This is insult of viewers!
  • stunk! Just like every other J-LO flick!
  • Catch was a professional trumpet player. That`s what I figured.
  • This movie wasn`t what I thought it was going to be like. I was thinking this movie would have been not a drama but a thriller or mystery. The plot was not very well writen. There is alot of question left behind. Like who was Catch before his family died. I`m still protesting in music artist being real actor because really they can`t act and they already have enough money any ways.
  • I just watched the movie on video and I think it`s pretty good.

Angel Eyes

Genre:  Drama | Running Time:  104 min.
Release date:  May 18, 2001

Current rating: Rating: 4.06
based on 168 votes and 12 reviews
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Cast: Jennifer Lopez, Shirley Knight, Jim Caviezel, Terrence Howard, Alfonso Arau, Victor Argo, Sonia Braga, Monet Mazur, Jeremy Sisto