Good, manic fun plus a heavy dose of political intrigue


By Josh Rosenblatt (The Austin Chronicle)




I could be wrong, but it feels like Eagle Eye is arriving in theatres a few months late. With its frenetic car chases; its near-erotic fascination with explosions, gadgets, and guns; and its improbable and, in the end, totally disposable storyline, it's the very definition of a summer blockbuster: good, manic fun plus a heavy dose of political intrigue adding up to two hours of clamorous, mind-numbing nonsense.



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