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Rob Williams: Best movie you have NOT heard about

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

“Eye in the Sky” is in theaters now. You probably haven’t heard of it- I didn’t and I’m obsessed with movies. 

It stars Hellen Mirren, the late Alan Rickman and Aaron Paul from “Breaking Bad.” 

Of course Mirrren and Rickman are good, but so is Paul.  I think his performance will surprise you.  It surprised me. 

Barkhad Abdi is also in the movie. You may remember him from the movie “Captain Phillips.”  He had the famous line, “I’m the captain now.”    

“Eye in the Sky” is a nail-biting thriller about drone strikes and the ethical questions about them.  It looks at dangerous terrorists that need to be disarmed, but at what cost?  

It is so good. 

I was literally sitting on the edge of my seat in the Kenwood Theater.  If you like thrillers, “Eye in the Sky” will leave you fulfilled. 

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