The Eye
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A woman receives an eye transplant that allows her to see into the supernatural world.... (Full plot summary below)

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A woman receives an eye transplant that allows her to see into the supernatural world.

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The Globe and Mail (Toronto) - 6/10 by Stephen Cole A quirkily efficient genre exercise that knows exactly where and when to administer its cattle-prod shivers.
Variety - 5/10 by Dennis Harvey This slick effort is effectively creepsome until it bogs down somewhat in plot explication.
ReelViews - 5/10 by James Berardinelli Unfortunately, the final act (the Mexico sequences) illustrate where to take a ghost story if you want to exchange old-fashioned horror for a grilled cheese sandwich.
Boston Globe - 5/10 by Wesley Morris Their movie is watchable - never more gratuitously so than when Alba is filmed showering and slipping into a tank top. But we've been here before, no?
Chicago Tribune - 5/10 by Michael Phillips The most vivid aspect of The Eye is its poster image, that of a huge female eye with a human hand gripping the lower lid from the inside. The least vivid aspect is the way Jessica Alba delivers a simple line of expository dialogue.
Entertainment Weekly - 5/10 by Leah Greenblatt It's as if, on the umpteenth Asian-horror Xerox, the ink has run dry.
TV Guide Magazine - 4/10 by Maitland McDonagh It's hard to know who bears the brunt of the blame for The Eye's stunning dullness.
Premiere - 4/10 by Glenn Kenny A tediously noisesome English-language remake of an Asian horror picture that wasn't any great shakes to begin with.
The New York Times - 4/10 by Jeannette Catsoulis Louder and more literal than its inspiration, The Eye benefits from a spiky performance by Alessandro Nivola as Sydney’s rehabilitation counselor. “Your eyes are not the problem,” he tells her at one point. He is so, so right.
The Hollywood Reporter - 4/10 by Frank Scheck Sacrifices the quietly creepy qualities of the original in favor of ramped-up horror film techniques that by now seem distressingly familiar.
The A.V. Club - 4/10 by Tasha Robinson The major problem is the death of a horror film: It's startling, but not particularly scary.
L.A. Weekly - 2/10 by Jim Ridley The entire movie is an object lesson in diminishing returns: of nagging shock cuts and blaring sound cues used as indiscriminately as joy buzzers; of “look out behind you!” scares that wouldn’t make a Cub Scout flinch; of a blurry visual scheme that was far more terrifying in "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly," where it sought empathy rather than empty sensation.

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