Scott Hardie | March 13, 2002
Not much to say about this movie that I didn't say in my Thorough Movie Review. It was good. There is a romance, but that, to me, is not the real point of the film. Also, if you've seen the trailers, and you think you know the ending - you don't. At least, that's the way it was for me. I could explain that more, but I don't want to give spoilers. Go rent this movie. It's not a bad use of two hours.

Matthew Preston | March 13, 2002
I am glad to read that you liked it. It didn't do so well in theaters and everyone I've talked to that has seen it was dissapointed. I saw it the day it came out without having seen any trailers and I thought it was fantastic. I hope others can enjoy it too.

Scott Hardie | March 14, 2002
If you did a "Ten Best Films of 2001" list, would "Angel Eyes" be on it? I've found in my three years of writing lists that there are always 1-2 movies on mine that nobody else seemed to like at all. Taste is all subjective. Directors rarely think they're making bad movies.

Jackie Mason | March 15, 2002
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