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A further nail in Sylvester Stallone's popularity coffin.
This killer-chiller isn't preposterous enough for laughs and is too sloppily directed and scripted to scare or surprise.
This formulaic chiller will do little to boost Stallone's career.
That a serviceable thriller like this struggles to get a release, when certain nameless dross gets rushed into cinemas is, frankly, bewildering.
A surprisingly effective variation of the Ten Little Indians theme. Stallone's actually pretty good in this one.
A guilty pleasure at best, and not worth seeing unless you want to laugh at it.
So we got Ten Little Indians meets Friday the 13th by way of Clean and Sober, filmed on the set of Carpenter's The Thing and loaded with actors you're most likely to find on the next inevitable incarnation of The Love Boat.
Best described as I Know What You Did Last Winter.
Don't be fooled by the impressive cast list - Eye See You is pure junk.
A well made, routine thriller with a compelling cast.
A thoroughly awful movie--dumb, narratively chaotic, visually sloppy...a weird amalgam of 'The Thing' and a geriatric 'Scream.'
The only element of suspense is whether the movie will change titles or distributors again before the closing credits roll.
Brilliant perfomance by Sly.
This film gives us a murder/mystery rather than an action film. Sylvester Stallone is good in the lead role experiencing a wide range of emotions. It's one of his better performances in recent years. Of the supporting roles, Robert Patrick stands out as well as Christopher Fulford, Charles S. Dutton, Robert Prosky, Courtney B. Vance, Angela Alvarado and Stephen Lang. Tom Berenger hardly has anything meaningful to do and is wasted here.
The first 20 minutes of D-Tox seem like the end to another film. It's the climax where the serial killer finally targets the protagonist. After those 20 minutes the film begins to show the aftermath of such events. Unfortunately, rather than being an in depth drama, the aftermath is a slasher movie scenario. A group of cops enter a D-Tox center, each one has character traits, instantly recognizable to the genre. The mystery is revealed at a steady pace and I didn't guess the culprit. I also liked Dutton's small scenes away from the action. He was like Scatman Crothers in The Shining. Stallone gives a very decent performance, handing the high emotion at the beginning and the action and thrills. Certainly more enjoyable than it's box-office intake would indicate.
Sly plays a cop who checks into rehab. Soon each of the patients are murdered one by one.
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