Eagle Eye

Eagle Eye

Director: D.J. Caruso Cast: Shia LaBeouf, Michelle Monaghan, Rosario Dawson

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Shia LaBeouf and Michelle Monaghan star in Disturbia director D.J. Caruso's race-against-time thriller concerning two strangers thrust together by a mysterious telephone call, and their frantic efforts to discover why they have inexplicably become the nation's most wanted fugitives. Jerry Shaw (LaBeouf) and Rachel Holloman (Monaghan) were complete strangers at the beginning of the day, but that changed the instant a strange woman called to threaten both their lives and the lives of their loved ones. Suddenly forced into a series of increasingly dangerous situations, Jerry and Rachel must now take orders from a woman who's using everyday technology to track and control their every move. As the situation intensifies and the hapless duo are deemed the country's most wanted fugitives, they must work together in order to discover who it was that turned their lives upside down, and what they can do to thwart the criminal mastermind's cunning yet diabolical plan. Billy Bob Thornton, Rosario Dawson, Michael Chiklis, and Anthony Mackie co-star.

Product Details

Release Date: 12/27/2008
UPC: 0097361401249
Original Release: 2008
Rating: PG-13
Source: Dreamworks Video
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:57:00
Sales rank: 26,252

Special Features

Deleted scenes HD; Asymmetrical Warfare: The making of Eagle Eye HD; Eagle Eye on Location: Washington, D.C. HD; Is My Cell Phone Spying on Me? HD; Shall We Play a Game? HD; Gag Reel HD; Road Trip: On Location With the Cast and Crew HD; Photo gallery; Theatrical trailer HD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Shia LaBeouf Jerry Shaw
Michelle Monaghan Rachel Holloman
Rosario Dawson Zoe Perez
Michael Chiklis Defense Secretary Callister
Anthony Mackie Major William Bowman
Billy Bob Thornton Agent Thomas Morgan
Anthony Azizi Ranim Khalid
Cameron Boyce Sam Holloman
Ethan Embry Agent Toby Grant
Lynn Cohen Mrs. Wierzbowski
Bill Smitrovich Admiral Thompson
Charles Carroll Mr. Miller
William Sadler Jerry's dad
Deborah Strang Jerry's mom
Fahim Fazli Al Kohei
Jerry Ferrara Luis
Eric Christian Olsen Craig

Technical Credits
D.J. Caruso Director
Deborah Aquila Casting
Peter Chiarelli Co-producer
Danielle Clemenza Art Director
Patrick Crowley Producer
Marie-Sylvie Deveau Costumes/Costume Designer
Kirk A. Francis Sound/Sound Designer
James M. Freitag Associate Producer,Asst. Director
John Glenn Screenwriter
Sean Haworth Art Director
Amy Heinz Set Decoration/Design
Craig Jackson Art Director
Alex Kurtzman Producer
Naaman Marshall Art Director
Masako Masuda Set Decoration/Design
Dan McDermott Original Story,Screenwriter
Edward L. McDonnell Executive Producer
Rizelle Mendoza Associate Producer
Roberto Orci Producer
Jim Page Editor
Tom Sanders Production Designer
Hillary Seitz Screenwriter
Domenic Silvestri Set Decoration/Design
Steven Spielberg Executive Producer
Brian Tyler Score Composer
Dariusz Wolski Cinematographer
Tricia Wood Casting
Travis Adam Wright Screenwriter

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Eagle Eye 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 37 reviews.
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41Emphatic More than 1 year ago
Well in this movie he isn't at his hottest(skip the mustace next time Shia!)...I know I probably spelt mustace wronge, but move on please... but it was still lovely to watch let me say! Yes this movie isn't original(are any of them anymore?!) but if you are not one of those party poopers who complains about the fact that the stunts would never happen in reality. Or one of the smart people who have figured out that anything original is for the time being long gone then you well love the ride of it! Plus the lesson of this movie needs to be put out there until someone actually starts to speak out about it!
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NotSoSerious More than 1 year ago
I am surprised at the reviews on Barnes and Noble regarding the movie "Eagle Eye". One of the reviewers took this movie apart scene by scene with such detail that it spoiled the content for anyone wishing to view it. This is not a movie to review and report about if your job is a "movie critic", but is rather a movie that is fast paced and "sit on the edge of your seat" excitement. One cannot take this movie so "seriously"...it is a movie with noise and twists. In fact most of the movie was made with actual car crashed and many of the actors did their own stunt work (see 13 min. "Making of Eagle Eye" on HBO). The actors did a good job and Shia LaBeouf was believable. No one should inject "reality" into this movie (see first review). It is just a fast paced enjoyable 2 hours. Don't rent this movie BUY it so that you can see it over and over. You will see something different every time you view it! As the "Joker" said in "The Dark Knight", "Why so Serious!"
bookluver98 More than 1 year ago
ok, well, this was one of the worst movies ever. i mean, really they put all that suspense in the movie and they kill him, then....well youll find out. but really people- he was shot like 3or 4 times IN THE CHEST!! the only thing good was SHia's acting and his looks! god- this movie sucked
Grady1GH More than 1 year ago
EAGLE EYE is not a great movie but it is an entertaining one. Granted, leaving reason at the door is a prerequisite to plugging into the plot, but the style of the film and the premise that in the midst of all of our government's supposedly first class intelligence agencies such amazing programs can be staged opens the window for some speculation. Credit writers John Glenn, Travis Wright, Hillary Seitz and Dan McDermott for pushing the button on current cellphone obsession tied to terrorism to an all time high. And with director D.J. Caruso at the helm the whole preposterous (but entertaining) tale comes vividly to life.

Jerry Shaw (Shia LaBeouf) is a free-living disappointment to his father and at the funeral of Jerry's twin brother Ethan the tables turn. Somehow Jerry's little apartment is filled with guns and ammo and a mysterious female telephone voice on his cellphone warns him to escape the impending FBI entry. Jerry is clueless as to the appearance of the weaponry and when taken into custody Agent Thomas Morgan (Billy Bob Thornton) accuses him of collusion with his probable terrorist twin brother, now deceased. Jerry escapes but is 'followed' by the constant orders from his cellphone that lead to dangerous circumstances. On the other side of the city a working mother Rachel (Michelle Monaghan) receives equally strange cellphone calls threatening to murder her child if he does not do the voice's bidding. Obviously Jerry and Rachel are joined in this duo adventure and the manner in which they resolve the clues on the run closely pursued by Agent Morgan, Zoe Perez (Rosario Dawson) et al drives the story to its conclusion.

The movie is bogged down with far too many car chases and absurd crashes and disasters, but the idea of terrorism in a new guise is an interesting one. But for all the tense mood of the movie, the audience is doused with a syrupy sentimental ending which all but negates the adrenalin flow the film had. LaBeouf and Monaghan make an interesting coupling, given the little dialog they have to create fleshed out characters. Not a great movie, but not a bad movie for thriller fans. Grady Harp
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