Eye See You


Action / Crime / Horror / Mystery / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 15%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 28%
IMDb Rating 5.3 10 21428


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Sylvester Stallone as Jake Malloy
Stephen Lang as Jack Bennett
Jeffrey Wright as Jaworski
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712.04 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 36 min
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1hr 36 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Dusan Petrovic 3 / 10

Scary movie

That's what happens when you're dedicated Female Body Investigator who cares for his damnable job more than his own wife. She was cut and butchered by crazy serial killer. This movie (2002) had very strong point and something what someones should beware if they wanted to keep their family whole.

Reviewed by cyrillgasser 10 / 10

I don't think it was bad

I thought this movie was really good I loved the suspense I thought the movie was amazing. Though it got very low ratings I thought it was a great movie. Sylvester Stallone was great in this movie is what I think I loved it I heard about this movie back when I was 10 or 11 now I am 25 finally watched it thought it was great I give it a 10 out 10 I love it some parts were really gruesome though all and all I thought the movie was great and deserves more praise and deserves higher ratings.

Reviewed by blankenshipdk 4 / 10

Unfortunately Eye Saw This

The opening credits provided a glimmer of hope for this film in the form of co-stars Kris Kristofferson, Tom Berenger and Dina Meyer, however Ms. Meyer gets offed early on after an opening scene in which she smooches Stallone (Jake Malloy) during an ostensibly romantic, yet actually insipidly mumbled conversation while he holds a toy mechanical clapping monkey which apparently has no significance whatsoever resulting in its being unceremoniously hurled behind the sofa. This cursory intro to Mary Malloy will constitute her entire character development, thus her abruptly brutal departure creates no sense of loss other than the obvious absence of beauty for the rest of the movie. The episodic feature spends too long lingering over each scene which consists of Sly mugging and grimacing over his loss. Kristofferson is largely misused as the proprietor of a rehab facility that looks more like a set left over from a dystopian sci-if feature. Meanwhile, Berenger is completely wasted in what appears to be a half-baked role of an electrician or plumber from Minnesota or maybe Canada, I'm unclear on why this part even existed. Any way, there's a cop killing psycho on the loose who surprisingly winds up in the same detox unit in a seeming paean to cliché-ridden cop TV shows, but at least they're over in an hour or less. The actors give it their best shot but the only applause you'll hear at the end of this feature is originating from the tin monkey still trapped behind the living room couch.

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