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Eye See You
     

Eye See You

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Director: Jim Gillespie

Cast: Sylvester Stallone, Tom Berenger, Charles S. Dutton

 

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Sylvester Stallone returned to the screen after a three-year absence (excepting his voice work in Antz) with this tense and violent psychological crime thriller. FBI agent Jake Malloy (Stallone) has been traumatized by an especially vicious murder. No longer able to perform his job, Malloy is referred to a clinic for members of the law enforcement community,

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Sylvester Stallone returned to the screen after a three-year absence (excepting his voice work in Antz) with this tense and violent psychological crime thriller. FBI agent Jake Malloy (Stallone) has been traumatized by an especially vicious murder. No longer able to perform his job, Malloy is referred to a clinic for members of the law enforcement community, run by doctors Hank (Tom Berenger) and Doc (Kris Kristofferson). Jake begins receiving therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder, but crime follows him inside the clinic; a serial killer has invaded the facility and is killing off the patients one by one, in increasingly gruesome ways. Soon Jake must set aside his fears and track down the murderer, before he becomes the next victim. D-Tox (which, in production, was publicized under the titles Detox and The Outpost) was released on video as Eye See You.

Product Details

Release Date:
10/12/2010
UPC:
4891670336676
Original Release:
2000
Source:
Ais
Sales rank:
74,124

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Sylvester Stallone Jack Malloy
Tom Berenger Hank
Charles S. Dutton Chuck Hendricks
Sean Patrick Flanery Connor
Christopher Fulford Frank Slater
Dina Meyer Mary
Robert Patrick Pete Noah
Robert Prosky McKenzie
Courtney B. Vance Willie Jones
Polly Walker Jenny Munroe
Jeffrey Wright Jaworski
Kris Kristofferson Dr. John Mitchell "Doc"
Alan C. Peterson Gilbert

Technical Credits
Jim Gillespie Director
Catherine Adair Costumes/Costume Designer
Lon Bender Sound/Sound Designer
Chris Brighton Asst. Director
Ron L. Brinkerhoff Original Story,Screenwriter
J. Stephan Buck Asst. Director
Barney Cabral Sound/Sound Designer
Gershon Ginsburg Art Director
Patrick Smith Kelly Screenwriter
Ric Kidney Producer
Kevin King Associate Producer
Steve Mirkovich Editor
John Powell Score Composer
Dean Semler Cinematographer
Gary Wissner Production Designer

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Eye See You (Steelbook Packaging) 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Bryan_Cassiday_author More than 1 year ago
I started watching this movie expecting to dislike it. I was even going to turn it off after five or so minutes. The critics savaged "Eye See You" calling it a turkey and worse. Imagine my suprise when I kept watching it! I got hooked. After reading what the critics had said about "Eye See You" I almost feel guilty for liking it. This is a gripping thriller. It's an underrated movie that I never heard of. Was it ever released in theaters or did it go directly to video? In any case, it reminds me of Agatha Cristie's "Ten Little Indians" as everybody starts getting bumped off. The premise of "Eye See You" is intriguing--a bunch of emotionally disturbed cops are stalked by a homicidal maniac in a secluded, snowbound asylum. I'm not a big Stallone fan but it doesn't matter here. The entire cast is good, regardless of whether you like Stallone. It's unfortunate that this movie was deep-sixed by the critics. --Bryan Cassiday, author of "Fete of Death"
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was not Stallone's best film, but there is definitely some star power at work here. Kristofferson, Berenger, Dutton, Prosky, Patrick and Rusher all convincingly portray what are known as "Broken Badges" cops or law enforcement that have faced too much on the job to work again. The central idea of the plot I think is really unique as far as the treatment goes, but the serial killer aspect grows tired after the first chase between Stallone and the killer. I think if they had stayed with the treatment angle it would have been a much better film. Great character driven performances are given here, even by Stallone.