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Shia LaBeouf stars as Jerry, a young slacker whose overachieving twin brother dies mysteriously. When he returns home, he finds that he has been framed as a terrorist - along with his single mother! Forced to become members of a cell that has plans to carry out a political assassination, they must work together to extricate themselves.

Two unsuspecting Americans are separately drawn into a conspiracy by a mysterious woman they have never met, but who seems to know their every move. By the time they discover her frightening identity, they have become her unwitting accomplices in a diabolical assassination plot.

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D.J Caruso
Region 2

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Eagle Eye

Eagle Eye had all the ingredients of a big blockbuster movie – good actors, suspense, drama, cool visual effects and non-stop action, but unfortunately it falls flat as it totally lacks originality. You get the feeling of déjà vu – that you’ve seen it all before and you won’t be wrong, as the plot is basically a combination of I, Robot and Enemy of the State. Jerry and Rachel, two complete strangers, are contacted by an anonymous women whom they’ve never met. They are forced to cooperate and complete a series of tasks or lose everything dear to them. Their actions and situations are beyond their control and seems predetermined. To top it all they are being investigated by the FBI. Who is this women and what would the tasks lead up to? It’s not half bad, if are willing to overlook all the similarities of the said movies. It is still watchable and not totally lost as a movie.


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