Angel Eyes (2001)

R   |    |  Drama, Romance

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A mysterious man is drawn to a feisty female police officer and a unusual relationship ensues, as not everything is as it seems.

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  • Jennifer Lopez and Jim Caviezel in Angel Eyes (2001)
  • Jennifer Lopez in Angel Eyes (2001)
  • Jennifer Lopez at an event for Angel Eyes (2001)
  • Jim Caviezel in Angel Eyes (2001)
  • Jennifer Lopez at an event for Angel Eyes (2001)
  • Jennifer Lopez at an event for Angel Eyes (2001)

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Luis Mandoki


Gerald Di Pego

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18 July 2008 | Chrysanthepop
Catch and Pogue
Mandoki's 'Angel Eyes' is one movie that I had walked out on, twice. But for some reason, I stayed through the whole film during the third viewing, and I'm glad I did. Now, the problem with 'Angel Eyes' is the incoherence during the entire first hour. The story unfolds into something different each time while not staying within the frame of the main story. It's confusing. It's misleading. That works for some movies but not for 'Angel Eyes'. The reason why I had walked out earlier was because at some point the movie really drags but once the characters confront their own pain, the conflicts are presented and somewhat resolved. I appreciate Mandoki's attempt in telling the story of two lonely characters: One who is traumatized by a past event that changed his life and the other who has been neglected (almost disowned) by her family because she did the right thing. In spite of the mess in the beginning, he gets most of it right towards the end. The confrontation scene between Sharon and her family at the 'vow-renewal party' and the scene where Catch visits his wife and child's grave are very well executed. I liked the chemistry between Caviezel and Lopez. James Caviezel delivers a quietly subtle performance. It seems as though the part was made for him. Jennifer Lopez is a mixture. While she was terrible in some scenes, there were some shining moments of excellent acting, especially in the beginning and the latter half. She also carries off the copper role very well, just like she did in 'Out of Sight'. So, I guess it wasn't such a bad watch as I had thought earlier. Just needed some patience.

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