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Eye in the Sky (2016)

Episode #10

Bleecker Street Media released Eye in the Sky to theaters on April 1, 2016. Gavin Hood directed the film starring Helen Mirren, Aaron Paul, and Alan Rickman.

‘Eye in the Sky’ Movie Synopsis

In Eye in the Sky, Colonel Katherine Powell is a U.K.-based military officer in command of a top secret drone operation to capture terrorists in Kenya. Through remote surveillance and on-the-ground intel, Powell discovers the targets are planning a suicide bombing and the mission escalates from “capture” to “kill”. However, as American pilot Lieutenant Steve Watts is about to engage, a nine-year old girl enters the kill zone; triggering an international dispute which reaches the highest levels of U.S. and British government.

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Bleecker Street Media released Eye in the Sky to theaters on April 1, 2016. Gavin Hood directed film starring Helen Mirren, Aaron Paul, and Alan Rickman.

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  1. Eye in the Sky review: I think Chris asked why UK was involved with operations – Jonna is right, kinda. The war on terror involves a coalition of many nations including: US, UK, Australia, European and Middle Eastern countries. Australia for example has troops in Afghanistan as well as providing air support, communications and general support in specific regions or as joint ops. So it’s not just US that is involved. Although Kenya was part of the British Empire it is an independent country and UK has no authority over its sovereignty. Just to clarify not criticise!
    Thanks for your shows, I enjoy them so much! Ange from Oz

    1. Hi Angie,

      Thanks for that insight, and thank you for listening to our shows. If you ever want us to review a movie you like (or hate) let us know!

      1. Hi Chris, I would like to recommend you review ‘Lost in Translation’! It is one of my favourite movies for so many reasons, plus I know you, Patrick and Lorri are big Bill Murray fans – maybe even a top 100 contender?????? Cheers, Angie

        1. Oh that is a great one, and a top 100 of mine. Unfortunately, that review isn’t going to be released until 10/1/2019, but it is definitely going to be reviewed in the next year.

          1. Oh Chris, is that US date or Australian date? If it’s January that’s fantastic! Otherwise if it’s October can’t you bring it forward…..please??? That’s so far away and I can’t wait for the differing views of the panel (I’m sure there will be diverse opinions on this one (sigh). On another note I’ve heard Shane A repeatedly say the Beatles are overrated so don’t think this is the general consensus here!! It must be a void in his upbringing (ha ha). Love your work, Angie

          2. That is a US date. We might try to review it for MHM Concessions for the beginning of the new year though. I don’t mind reviewing it twice.

            …and three things Shane doesn’t like Rotten Tomatoes, the Beatles, and 2006’s Happy Feet…

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