Eye In The Sky – A Quick Capsule Review
Phil’s Quick Capsule Review:
One of Alan Rickman’s last films, Eye In The Sky is a fitting tribute to one of the best actors of this generation. His cold, stoic and levelled performance opposite and equally brilliant Helen Mirran sits at the heart of this tense morality play about drone usage in modern warfare. And for a film with a handful of locations, minimal directorial flash and heavy on dialogue, it’s those performances that makes or breaks a movie. Okay so occasionally it borders on parody with the politicians, but it;’s a small issue in what is a very good film.
Best Bit: Rickman one last time.
Buy, Stream, Avoid: Stream
If You Liked this Try: 13 Hours, Black Hawk Down, Good Kill
Author: Phil Hobden