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Eye for an Eye is a 1996 American psychological thriller film directed by John Schlesinger and written by Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver. It stars Sally Field, Kiefer Sutherland, Ed Harris, Beverly D’Angelo and Joe Mantegna. The film is based on the novel of the same name by Erika Holzer1. The film tells the story of Karen McCann, a mother who seeks revenge against the rapist and murderer of her teenage daughter, after he is released from prison due to a legal technicality2. The film begins with a shocking scene of Karen’s daughter Julie being attacked in her home by Robert Doob, a delivery man with a criminal record, while Karen listens helplessly on the phone. The police arrest Doob, but he is set free by the judge because the defense did not receive a sample of the DNA evidence. Karen is outraged and devastated by this injustice, and decides to take matters into her own hands. She starts to stalk Doob and learns about his habits and routines. She also joins a support group for victims of violent crimes, where she meets Sidney Hughes, a mysterious man who offers her help in killing Doob2. Karen becomes obsessed with her plan of vengeance, neglecting her husband Mack and her younger daughter Megan. She also risks her own safety and sanity, as Doob becomes aware of her presence and threatens to harm Megan. Karen acquires a gun and trains herself to use it, with the guidance of Sidney and his associates. She also learns that Doob has killed another girl in a similar way as Julie, and that he is planning to strike again. She decides to lure him into a trap and shoot him in self-defense2. The film ends with a tense confrontation between Karen and Doob in her house, where she manages to kill him after a struggle. However, she also realizes that she has become a murderer herself, and that her actions have not brought her peace or closure. She breaks down in tears as the police arrive at the scene2. Review: Eye for an Eye is a film that tries to explore the complex and controversial issues of justice, revenge and morality, but fails to do so in a convincing or satisfying way. The film relies on clichés, stereotypes and manipulations to create an emotional response from the audience, but does not offer any depth or insight into the characters or the situation. The film also suffers from poor writing, acting and directing, making it an unpleasant and frustrating experience for the viewers34. The film’s main flaw is its lack of realism and logic. The plot is full of holes and inconsistencies, such as the implausible legal loophole that frees Doob, the unrealistic ease with which Karen tracks him down and obtains a weapon, or the absurd coincidence that Doob happens to be the killer of another girl who looks like Julie. The film also ignores the legal and social consequences of Karen’s actions, such as the possibility of being arrested, sued or ostracized by her family and friends. The film does not address the ethical or psychological implications of killing another human being, either for Doob or for Karen34. The film’s characters are also poorly developed and portrayed. They are either one-dimensional or inconsistent, lacking any motivation or personality. Doob is a cartoonish villain who has no redeeming qualities or backstory. He is simply evil for evil’s sake, and his actions are never explained or justified. Karen is a sympathetic heroine who becomes a ruthless vigilante without any remorse or reflection. She is driven by anger and grief, but never questions her own morality or sanity. The other characters are either irrelevant or stereotypical, such as Mack, who is a passive and supportive husband; Megan, who is an innocent and vulnerable child; Joe Denillo, who is a competent and compassionate detective; or Sidney Hughes, who is a mysterious and sinister mentor34. The film’s direction is also mediocre and uninspired. John Schlesinger fails to create any suspense or tension in the film, relying on cheap shocks and violence to generate interest. The film’s tone is uneven and confusing, shifting from drama to thriller to horror without any coherence or purpose. The film’s cinematography is dull and dark, creating a gloomy and depressing atmosphere that does not match the sunny California setting. The film’s music is generic and intrusive, emphasizing the obvious emotions of the scenes without adding any subtlety or nuance34. Eye for an Eye is a film that wastes its potential and disappoints its audience. It is a film that does not challenge or provoke any thought or debate about its subject matter, but rather exploits it for cheap thrills and sentimentality. It is a film that does not respect or understand its characters or its viewers, but rather insults and manipulates them. It is a film that does not entertain or enlighten, but rather annoys and offends34. History: Eye for an Eye was released on January 12, 1996, by Paramount Pictures. The film was produced by Michael I. Levy and Michael Polaire, and co-produced by Kathryn Knowlton. The film was based on the novel of the same name by Erika Holzer, a former lawyer and activist who wrote about her own experience of losing her daughter to a violent crime. The film was adapted for the screen by Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver, who later wrote the screenplay for Rise of the Planet of the Apes (2011) and Jurassic World (2015)15. The film was directed by John Schlesinger, a British filmmaker who had won an Academy Award for Best Director for Midnight Cowboy (1969). Schlesinger was known for his films that dealt with social issues and controversial topics, such as Darling (1965), Sunday Bloody Sunday (1971), Marathon Man (1976) and The Falcon and the Snowman (1985). However, Eye for an Eye was one of his last films before his death in 2003, and it was considered to be one of his weakest and most disappointing works16. The film starred Sally Field as Karen McCann, a role that was originally offered to Michelle Pfeiffer, who turned it down. Field was an acclaimed actress who had won two Academy Awards for Best Actress for Norma Rae (1979) and Places in the Heart (1984). She had also starred in popular films such as Smokey and the Bandit (1977), Steel Magnolias (1989) and Forrest Gump (1994). However, Eye for an Eye was a departure from her usual roles, as she played a darker and more violent character than before17. The film also starred Kiefer Sutherland as Robert Doob, a role that he accepted because he wanted to work with Schlesinger. Sutherland was a famous actor who had starred in films such as Stand by Me (1986), The Lost Boys (1987), Young Guns (1988) and Flatliners (1990). He had also been involved in several scandals and controversies in his personal life, such as his arrest for drunk driving, his divorce from Julia Roberts and his addiction to drugs. He later said that playing Doob was one of the most difficult and disturbing roles of his career18. The film also featured Ed Harris as Mack McCann, Beverly D’Angelo as Dolly Green, Joe Mantegna as Joe Denillo, Charlayne Woodard as Angel Kosinsky and Cynthia Rothrock as martial arts instructor. The film also marked the debut of Philip Baker Hall as Sidney Hughes, who later became a well-known character actor in films such as Boogie Nights (1997), Magnolia (1999) and Zodiac (2007)19. The film received mostly negative reviews from critics, who criticized its plot, characters, direction and message. The film was also accused of being exploitative, sensationalist, illogical and immoral. The film also sparked controversy and debate among the public, especially among victims’ rights advocates and anti-death penalty activists. The film also faced competition from other films that dealt with similar themes, such as Dead Man Walking (1995) and The Juror (1996)134. The film was a moderate box office success, grossing $26.9 million in the United States on a budget of $20 million1. However, it did not have much impact or influence on the film industry or the culture. The film has been largely forgotten or ignored by most audiences and critics, except for some cult fans who appreciate its campy or trashy qualities. The film has not been remade or adapted into any other media10.

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