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Eagle Eye is a film you don't want to reveal elements of, that should be discovered during the thriller film.

It's about two strangers thrown together by a mysterious phone call from a woman they have never met.

Threatening their lives, she pushes Jerry and Rachel into a series of very dangerous situations using technology -- and a threat to Rachel's young son -- to track and control their every move.

They are prisoners of a faceless enemy who seems to have unlimited power to manipulate everything they do.

This film merits a night out for nearly any mainstream movie-goer.

Rapid-fire editing and mindless car chases make up this techno sci fi Big Brother conspiracy thriller that is both an assault to the senses an senseless.

A mysterious voice threatens and gives instructions to two hapless strangers who must do its bidding, or . . . ?

It runs better as a trailer than a movie.

The story is about a young man and a single mother that are tossed together in a dangerous hide-and-seek game after being framed as terrorists.

They are being commanded by a mysterious woman's voice on their cell phones, which seems to control every part of their lives.

The idea of ordinary citizens being blackmailed by outrageous technology is so contrary to common sense, with its uncontrolled terrorist subplot and its forced action sequences.

This is a preposterous tale, but the premise of this movie is that we can run but we can't hide.

This kept my interest going long enough to make me curiously entertained in a foolish sort of way.

I'm thankful this film is fiction, and not true, because of the powerful control of the evil Eagle Eye.

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