Eye in the Sky User Reviews

Current Rating: 3.81

Current Rating: 3.81

based on 1846 votes and 28 reviews

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  • 4 stars Very good movie. Excellent acting from all quarters.
  • 4 stars The film depicts that the bureaucrats in a situation such as this should remain behind their desks being the one safe place they prefer to be. Pass the buck.
  • 1 stars Terrible movie. Went to see Helen Mirren...I get that actors want to 'stretch' themselves by trying new roles. This is move is just a very sad combo of soap-opera and military propaganda. STOP bombing people for ANY reason ... NO we are NEVER going to 'understand'...what you are doing is wrong, so STOP doing it!
  • 2 stars Pity poor erin paul reduced to this dribble. So far fetched there's no way theyd take that much time to respond. Viewers have seen enough eagle eye shots isn't there something else already. Boring.
  • 1 stars This is the worst movie, goes around in circles, booooorrrring, save your money, if it was on tv I would change the channel.
  • 5 stars Loved it - on the edge of my seat to the end ... gives the public an taste of just how sophisticated war has become but how human emotions are still always part of the equation. Makes you understand the high prevalence of PTSD among soldiers.
  • 4 stars Loved it. Tension filled until the end.
  • 1 stars Pathetic is the best way to describe a movie where trained military personnel and politicians are more concerned about one young girl than the potential death of hundreds or even thousands from suicide bombers.
  • 3 stars This is interesting but save your money and wait until it comes out on Netflix.
  • 3 stars Overrated.

Eye in the Sky

Genre:  Drama, Thriller, War
Running Time:  102 min.
Release Date: March 25, 2016
DVD: June 28, 2016

Current rating: Rating: 3.81
based on 1846 votes and 28 reviews
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Cast: Helen Mirren, Alan Rickman, Aaron Paul, Barkhad Abdi, Iain Glen