Channing Tatum, Jamie Bell, Donald Sutherland, Mark Strong, Denis O'Hare
|Screenplay||Jeremy Brock, from the novel by Rosemary Sutcliff|
|Cinematography||Anthony Dod Mantle|
|Sound formats||Dolby Digital, DTS|
|Produced by||Toledo Productions, Film4, Focus Features|
|Genre||Historical, action, adventure|
|Violence||Frequent, bloody, graphic and gory, brutal, strongly implied and moderate in strength, realistic|
|Comments||Set in 140 AD, deals with a Roman commander's quest to recover his father's honour.|
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|Sex / Nudity
||Blood / Gore / Gross
|Guns / Weapons
||Alcohol / Drugs
||Disrespectful / Bad Attitude
|Frightening / Tense Scenes
||Tense Family Scenes
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What the Critics say
|Cape Argus / The Star|
Wesley Morris Camp crusade lacking muscle
Amanda de Lange Lojaliteit word die spilpunt in dié oorlogsdrama
Todd McCarthy Taking flight
Steve Ramos The storytelling falters throughout and The Eagle, despite its grandeur, turns out to be Macdonald's most disappointing effort.
|Chicago Sunday Times|
Roger Ebert The Eagle is a rip-snorting adventure tale of the sort made before CGI, 3-D and alphabet soup in general took the fun out of moviegoing.
Jason Anderson The impressive scenery and solid performances (a shaggy Donald Sutherland appears as Marcus’ uncle) don’t make up for the colourless dialogue, stock characters and plodding nature of the storytelling.
C. Fuchs It's quite likely this flick will follow suit of its real life subjects and simply vanish from the minds of moviegoers quite quickly.
Tomatometer The Eagle has a pleasantly traditional action-adventure appeal, but it's drowned out by Kevin Macdonald's stolid direction and Channing Tatum's uninspired work in the central role.
What the People say
3127 Netizens More a Personal Story on the Friendship of Two Men
Average .. 46%