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Release:
2005, DreamWorks
Starring:
Rachel McAdams, Cillian Murphy, Brian Cox, Jayma Mays
Director:
Wes Craven
MPAA Rating:
[PG-13] violence, language
Genre:
Thriller
Runtime:
85 minutes

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Rachel McAdams

Cillian Murphy

Wes Craven

Red-Eye screenwriter Carl Ellsworth

Synopsis (provided by DreamWorks)

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From director Wes Craven (the Scream franchise) comes Red-Eye, a suspense thriller at 30,000 feet.

Lisa Reisert (Rachel McAdams) hates to fly, but the terror that awaits her on the night flight to Miami has nothing to do with her fear of flying.

Moments after takeoff, Lisa's seatmate, Jackson (Cillian Murphy), menacingly reveals the real reason he's on board: He is an operative in a plot to kill the Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security...and Lisa is the key to his success. If she refuses to cooperate, her own father will be killed by an assassin awaiting a call from Jackson. Trapped within the confines of a jet at 30,000 feet, Lisa has nowhere to run and no way to summon help without endangering her father, her fellow passengers, and her own life. As the miles tick by, Lisa knows she is running out of time as she desperately looks for a way to thwart her ruthless captor and stop a terrible murder.


Our Take
Commentary by Michael Lee (August 2005)

Directed by veteran horror auteur Wes Craven, Red-Eye is a smart, tightly-cut thriller fueled by two amazing lead performances--a critical element for a film in which much of the story unfolds through the simple set-up of two people sitting next to each other, talking. Rachel McAdams (Mean Girls, The Notebook) delivers a wholly believable and embraceable character that is distinct from her previous roles, while Cillian Murphy (Batman Begins, 28 Days Later) conveys a perfect mix of intrigue and danger as one of this year's most notable villains. Together, they are arguably the most compelling onscreen duo of the summer.

In a movie season cluttered with disappointment, Red-Eye distinguishes itself as both sharp and entertaining, and could very well end up being the most satisfying thriller of 2005.


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