Two strangers’ lives come together through phone calls they each receive from a mysterious woman. In every situation the two find themselves in, the woman on the other line has a plan. There’s no escape.
As the plotline develops, the movie intensifies to the point where it’s palpable. The cinematography in Eagle Eye is awesome. Many scenes are shot via handheld shots, which give an illusion of chaos and a first-hand experience of the movie. Eagle Eye is fresh, quirky and contains astounding action sequences that’ll make you a repeat offender.
Eagle Eye releases in theaters Sept. 26.