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Galaxy Quest (1999)

100 Films’ 100 Favourites #33

The show was cancelled…
but the adventure has only begun.

Country: USA
Language: English
Runtime: 102 minutes
BBFC: PG
MPAA: 907 more words

4 Stars

Rapture and the Indomitable Spirit

So many people I care about have died this year, which is not yet four months old, I have wondered if the rapture may have arrived. 709 more words

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Eye in the Sky Film Review: An Edge of Your Seat Ethics Debate

Eye in the Sky is the rare beast in cinema: an edge of your seat ethics debate. Nearly all of the affected parties of the depicted drone warfare scenario are given a seat at the (often virtual) table to express their views, and while the debate ultimately boils down to whether or not the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few or indeed one… 1,028 more words

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EYE IN THE SKY (2016) Contrived But Effective

If you could save the lives of hundreds of people who will perish in a terrorist attack, but by doing so, take the life of an innocent little girl, would you do it? 1,117 more words

Eye in the Sky on June 28

Available On Digital HD On June 14, 2016 And On Blu-ray™ And DVD On June 28, 2016 From Universal Pictures Home Entertainment 

The moral implications of modern warfare are confronted in Bleecker Street’s powerful drama, … 613 more words

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EYE IN THE SKY (15)

EYE IN THE SKY (15)

Run time: 102mins

Director: Gavin Hood

Cast: Alan Rickman, Helen Mirren, Aaron Paul, Barkhad Abdi, Jeremy Northam

Synopsis: London-based military intelligence officer Colonel Katherine Powell is remotely commanding a top secret drone operation to capture a group of dangerous terrorists from their safe-house in Nairobi, Kenya. 381 more words

Eye in the Sky (*****)

Wow what a treat. The filming was good, the dialogue clear. The tension (oh the tension) & the frustration was, well, soo frustrating.

Helen brill – Alan Rickman (so sad his last film) was great except wardrobe picked a Uniform for him that was at least two sizes too small. 100 more words

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