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Archive for the ‘‘Eagle Eye’’ Category
Written By Angelic on August 20, 2010
Categories Filed: 'Eagle Eye', 'Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen', Gallery Updates
I’ve added some new high quality stills of Shia in “Eagle Eye” & “Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen” to the gallery.
Shia, Eage Eye & Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of The Crystal Skul Nominated at 2009 MTV Movie Awards
Written By Angelic on April 14, 2009
Categories Filed: 'Eagle Eye', 'Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen', Recent News
Shia LaBeouf & Eagle Eye, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of The Crystal Skull are among the nominees of 2009 MTV Movie Awards. Nominee voting is only open from now until April 20. So vote now!
Shia Labeouf’s Eage Eye is nominated for Best Thriller for this year Jameson Empire Award 2009. The event takes place in London on March 29, 2009. Do vote for Shia’s film! You need to be register in order to vote. Congrats!
I’ve uploaded Screen Captures of Eagle Eye. Enjoy.
Eagle Eye is one of those high octane thrillers that has a premise of a very scary possible “Big Brother” future. The difference in this future is it is now. Eagle Eye combines Hitchcock, the Matrix and the Terminator films to bring you a non-stop action by the same team that brought you Disturbia.
Directed by D.J. Caruso
The United States has a lead in the Middle East on a major terrorist (ala Osama bin Laden) that only comes out of hiding every few years. The Department of Defense’s high tech computer recommends aborting the mission. However the President decides to override the computer and gives the mission a go. In turn, a political backlash is ensued and a series of retaliation occurs. • Read full story…
Rising star Shia LaBeouf does his best Cary Grant/James Stewart impersonation in “Eagle Eye,” a messy mix of Hitchcock, “Enemy of the State” and “2001,” in which he becomes the pawn of a political conspiracy in a high-tech, Big Brother world.
The action is competently directed, but the movie is mostly preposterous as LaBeouf and co-star Michelle Monaghan dodge from location to location to keep one step ahead of a federal agent (Billy Bob Thornton). GRADE C-
Reviewed By SLTRIB
Life has certainly sped up for 22-year-old Shia LaBeouf recently.
Ever since his hit movie Transformers became the highest-grossing film of 2007, the young actor has had to deal with increasing fame, interest in his private life, and inevitable attention from the paparazzi.
“It’s outrageous,” he says of the growing attention he receives from fans. “If I said this was normal I’d be a fool. It’s new and sometimes it’s exciting and sometimes it’s scary. I’m getting used to it.”
It’s been a fast rise to fame for Shia – last year he played a teenager who thinks he witnesses a murder in the Rear Window-style thriller Disturbia, then he picked up plaudits for his role in this summer’s Indiana Jones blockbuster. • Read full story…
I have so much to say about the new movie “Eagle Eye.” Trouble is, I can’t say much without spoiling major plot points.
What I can tell you is that, for the most part, “Eagle Eye” is a good film. But it could have been great.
Shia LeBeouf stars as Jerry Shaw, an unmotivated copy store clerk who finds himself being forced to do the bidding of a woman on the other end of a mysterious phone call — a woman who can seemingly see and control everything in Shaw’s environment. • Read full story…
FutureMovies reports from the set of Shia LaBeouf’s new action thriller, Eagle Eye…
“I don’t mind sitting in trash,” admits Michelle Monaghan as she greets us on the set of DJ Caruso’s new action thriller, Eagle Eye. Monaghan looks uncomfortable and cramped as she sits next to Shia LaBeouf on a refuse barge covered in lumpy bin liners and assorted debris – but it’s all in a day’s work for the rising starlet. “It’s prop garbage, so it’s not really dirty,” she laughs. “I just put my behind on a tyre and get on with it.”
It’s currently day 52 of a 72-day production and today’s action takes place in the bustling port of San Pedro, an hour’s drive from the heart of Los Angeles, where Hollywood golden boy Shia LaBeouf reveals his excitement at being part of yet another Steven Spielberg movie. • Read full story…
Shia LaBeouf’s Eagle Eye has grossed an estimated $29.2 million and has thus become his fourth straight No. 1 movie. Not yet a great actor, LaBeouf has proved once again that he can bring people in theaters, and is thus poised to be part of future big-money movies. Second place was taken by that weak movie starring Richard Gere, Nights in Rodanthe, which raked in an estimated $13.6 million. On third place there’s last weekend’s ruler, Lakeview Terrace, with $7 million.
Just like the previous movie directed by D.J. Caruso, Disturbia, Eagle Eye is a bit of a patchwork as it mixes a little “2001: A Space Odyssey” with “War Games,” “Demon Seed,” “The Man Who Knew Too Much” and “Enemy of the State,” as well as many other movies about terror, politics and computers gone wild and looking for world domination (cartoons also frequently use this plotline). • Read full story…