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The Eye of the Beholder is laced with absurdities most of which stem from director Stephan Elliots conviction that its a deep dark disturbing action picture rather than a bunch of gadget-heavy hokum Its repetitive and the pace is sluggish Ewan McGregor is a bedraggled British spy known simply as The Eye Hardly James Bond The Eye looks more like a New York club kid whos struggling to pay his rent He receives assignments via picture-phone from his connection back at headquarters McGregors character is following his bosss son who may be stealing large sums of money from Daddy The Eye is a whiz with surveillance equipment It doesnt make any sense on how he obtains equipment to watch her in her room when every time he is shown going to another state he doesnt have any luggage at all One night hes watching when the would-be embezzler is stabbed to death by a beautiful panty-wearing movie star Guess Who Ashley Judd walks outside and lets the rain wash the blood from her body She starts crying Daddy Merry Christmas Daaaaddyyy This is supposed to trigger an unhealthy obsession in McGregor as opposed to the utter revulsion that you and I would fall into He then starts stalking her to scenic locations around the country getting fascinated with her tendency to wear disguises murder people and take off her clothes While she changes into many disguises he is wearing the same ugly red jacket through out the whole movie The idea is that the Eye is just as screwed up as the murderess Were supposed to grow alarmed because he gets crazier and crazier as he dives into the obsession but he seems pretty darn crazy from the get-go Most of his conversations are directed at his obnoxious little daughter who berates him at home and jumps rope in the train terminal while he follows Ashley Judd The little girl
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