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Eye in the Sky is a movie starring Helen Mirren, Aaron Paul, and Alan Rickman. Col. Katherine Powell, a military officer in command of an operation to capture terrorists in Kenya, sees her mission escalate when a girl enters the...

Thriller, War, Drama
Gavin Hood
Alan Rickman, Aaron Paul, Barkhad Abdi, Helen Mirren

All Systems Operational

Product details

Genres Thriller, War, Drama
Director Gavin Hood
Writer Guy Hibbert
Stars Alan Rickman, Aaron Paul, Barkhad Abdi, Helen Mirren
Country Canada, UK
Also Known As Pogled sa neba, Niewidzialny wróg, Az élet ára, Αόρατος εχθρός, Il diritto di uccidere, Ölüm Emri, A'yin ba'shama'yim, アイ・イン・ザ・スカイ 世界一安全な戦場, Padangiu akis, Les yeux dans le ciel, Decisão de Risco, Opération Eye in the Sky, 天眼行動, Visuredzošā acs, Eye in the Sky - In letzter Sekunde, Enemigo Invisible, Eye in the sky: Razboiul dronelor, Silmad taevas, Operação Eye in the Sky, Pogled s neba, Enemigo invisible, Espías desde el cielo
Runtime 1 h 42 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Working with her American counterparts and the Kenyan military, British Colonel Katherine Powell (Dame Helen Mirren) is about to launch an operation that, if successful, will lead to the capture of the Number 2, 3, and 5 terrorists on the American list of most wanted terrorists in East Africa. Amongst the group they hope to arrest are British nationals Susan Helen Danford, now known as Ayesha Al-Hady (Lex King), her husband, and a recently radicalized young man who just arrived from the U.K. There is also a radicalized American in the group. Her plan to capture the group goes awry when they suddenly decamp to a new location and Powell wants to move to Plan B: a kill mission. The result is a debate amongst those in charge - in London, there is Powell's commanding officer Lieutenant General Frank Benson (Alan Rickman), a junior minister and the British Attorney General; the British Foreign Secretary is at a trade conference; and the U.S. Secretary of State is in China - on whether they can proceed. From somewhere in the U.S. Midwest, Lieutenant Steve Watts (Aaron Paul) is flying the U.S. drone in the sky above Nairobi, and is the man who will ultimately pull the trigger if the kill mission is approved. Complicating matters, however, is the sudden appearance in the "kill zone" of a young girl selling bread. Do they proceed knowing there will be collateral damage?

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Sunday, 05 Apr 2020 00:03

Fatal Attraction was a movie I was really looking forward to. My friends and I were all looking forward to a chance to go to a movie we all liked, and this movie was going to be at the same time a chance to see all of our friends and of course meet some new ones. The thing I liked about this movie is that it was the closest to a movie you could get in real life. No real person ever meets the person they dream of or can meet. The only person they meet is a person that just happens to look exactly like the person they are dreaming of. This movie was a lot better than I expected it to be. I didn't think that this movie was going to be that good, but I was wrong. This movie was very realistic and I think most of the movie is realistic. There are no really "bad guys" in this movie. I think it's because of the plot and the way they want to portray the situation. The movie was very entertaining. It kept me entertained. It kept my eyes glued to the screen and I was not bored. I can't say that about all the other movies I've seen in theaters lately. The plot was really good and it made me think about the people I know, and how the movie is about all of us. I think this movie was really good. I think it's worth watching. It is a good movie and I would definitely recommend it to anyone. I think that if you like real life movies, this is the movie for you. If you like movie trailers that are good enough to fill your head, this is the movie for you. I really liked this movie and I hope you do too.
Thursday, 02 Apr 2020 17:54

On the surface, A Beautiful Mind is one of the most suspenseful movies I've ever seen. A man is diagnosed with an incurable disease that results in his losing most of his cognitive functions. In order to maintain his sanity, he is forced to spend most of his time in a small cell, surrounded by his fellow prisoners. He also has to constantly remind himself that he's still alive. The film's most memorable scene is the one in which he tries to reason with the other prisoners in order to get out. It's a beautiful scene, because it shows how human nature can be transformed into something far more sinister. This film also has some of the most intense sequences in film history. I think the movie's climax is really great. In my opinion, it's the most epic scene in film history. It also has the most emotional connection between the audience and the characters. In a sense, the movie is a lot like The Shawshank Redemption. I think that The Shawshank Redemption is a great film because of its social commentary and it's theme of hope. A Beautiful Mind is a great film because of its action-packed storyline and the emotional connection that the audience feels towards the main characters. I think this movie is great because of its thought provoking themes and it's excellent acting. I also like that the film is very realistic in how it portrays the inmates of the prison. I think the movie is good because it's the first film that I've seen that's based on the true story of Charles Whitman. I also like that the movie makes you think and it has an excellent message.
Wednesday, 25 Mar 2020 02:09

The writer/director of this movie was part of the US team that gave President George W. Bush his "Mission: Impossible" movie for the second time. He also co-wrote the script for "Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol", and is the producer of "Komodo", the remake of "The Siege". He had previously written the original screenplay for "Jumanji", and worked with Tom Cruise, in "Memento", to get him into a movie. The story is similar to the original, and has a few nice twists, but the movie feels a bit underwritten. The only interesting character is Jason Patric, played by Nick Offerman. He seems to have been invented just for the movie, and he gets a great performance. His character has no depth, but that's not the point. He's an average joe who just wants to get out of the situation. However, his character is always believable, and his problems are often interesting. It's just that we never really see him take control. This may be because he's never a "bad guy" or "good guy". He just wants to survive, and that's what makes him interesting. In the original, he was the leader of a group of outlaws, and there was no problem that he was good or bad. It was the whole thing was just a bad job. There's nothing about him that makes him worth saving. It just makes him a bad guy. But here, it's not that. His problems are just his actions. He's been forced to do horrible things, and it's not really a heroic or heroic thing, because he's not a good guy. I like the film, and it was a good watch, but it's not great. The ending is just a little bit too tidy. It's not as "thrilling" as the original, but it's not as "dark" as the original either. It's more of a suspense movie than an action movie. And I just think it was a bit too tidy. Overall, I recommend this movie to fans of the original, but it's not great. It's better than "Komodo" (which I also liked). It has some nice twists and an interesting story. I give it a 7/10.

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