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Eye See You More at IMDbPro »D-Tox (original title)

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eye see you but i wish i hadn't seen this

Author: spanky1901 from United States
14 October 2010

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Okay its an average movie but there are soooo many flawed things about this movie. I agree with many posters about this movie so this is gonna pretty much back up what has already been said. there was no character development in this movie at all, even Stallone's generic Jack Maloy is an unknown person in this film. All the characters at the detox center, holy cow who was who and who was what and who died when??? i could not tell how many there were and who died because it was just way too much to deal with. Stallone, being one of my favorite actors, did okay in this film but i don't think he gave it his all to this movie, i think it was just a paycheck to him. On the other hand Robert Patric was outstanding nice to see him actually use words in his acting. My biggest problem with this movie is they tried really really hard to cast the blame from this person to that person almost blatantly as to say "hey moron this guy did it was this other person"...viewers are not idiots and i felt like this movie did just that....made me dumber for watching it.

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So much promise that's utterly wasted

Author: moviesleuth2
6 November 2009

There are two things a thriller needs: a strong sense of atmosphere, and a competent level of character identification. "D-Tox" has neither. It's hard to care about, much less like, a bunch of characters if you can't remember their names.

FBI Agent Jake Malloy (Sylvester Stallone) is tracking down a killer who is picking off cops. After his girlfriend Mary (Dina Meyer) becomes the next victim, his boss (Charles S. Dutton) gets him to go to a rehab for cops who had seen one too many bad things in their profession. But the killer is not finished with Malloy yet...

I'd address the performances, but to be honest, no one is developed enough to make that really matter. The actors do what they can, but the script is to paper thin and director Jim Gillespe is so inept that it doesn't matter. That's a real shame, because the cast members aren't exactly no talent hacks. Sylvester Stallone, Charles S. Dutton, Kris Kristofferson, Tom Berenger, Courtney B. Vance, Robert Patrick, the late great Robert Prosky, Sean Patrick Flannery. All of these actors have talent, but they aren't allowed to utilize them. Polly Walker still manages to be great despite her limitations, and Sly Stallone actually acts.

Given its star power and its great premise, it's hard to imagine anyone screwing this up. With a talented director at the helm and a few re-writes, this could have been the second coming of "Halloween." Alas, we have Jim Gillespie, whose only notable mark on his resume is directing "I Know What You Did Last Summer." I'll admit that making a suspenseful film is hard to do, but Gillespie is totally clueless. He has absolutely EVERYTHING he could need at his disposal, but he isn't able to pull it together enough to make it any more than watchable.

There are worse things you could do with your time, but if you want to get creeped out, watch something else.

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Eye See You

Author: Scarecrow-88 from United States
3 May 2009

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A serial killer who preys on cops, murders FBI chief investigator Malloy's(Sly Stallone) fiancé in cold blood. Malloy and other cops track the killer, donning a SWAT suit, into an abandoned warehouse, his lair, but he's found presumably hung from a rope having committed suicide. The case seems closed, but Malloy hasn't recovered from the loss of his beloved, now an alcoholic mess in need of a good detox. His partner Hendricks(Charles S Dutton)is able to successfully talk Malloy into entering a detox center located in an isolated military bunker now run by a former cop(Kris Kristofferson)known as Doc to the small group of patients who are gathered there. When patients start turning up dead, Malloy realizes that his nemesis, the serial killer who was thought to have hung himself, has emerged staging the murders as suicides. Malloy will have to determine who amongst the group is the killer, the one that has taken the identity of a cop, having swiped the files containing the information of all involved while also removing the medicine needed to detox the patients properly. Meanwhile, Henricks discovers the body of a cop, the victim murdered by the serial killer who has assumed his identity, and will attempt to reach the bunker to assist Malloy.

Superb cast have little much to do in this rather routine, woefully average mystery thriller with a fine performance from Sly Stallone as the tormented hero who can not escape the failure of not saving his girl, her memory ever fresh in his mind all the time. Out of the cast, Robert Patrick shines brightest as a paranoid, confrontational hot-head always criticizing everyone, using their frailties as a method of ridicule. Dutton really anchors the film, despite a thankless role, bringing a dignity and strength to Hendricks, a true friend to Malloy who needed someone as life was spiraling from his grasp. Polly Walker is the center's doctor, Jenny, and Malloy's damsel-in-distress. Kristofferson is the stern voice of reason, but he's given little to do, sad to say, and doesn't last too long. Jeffrey Wright rewards us with another freakshow in Jaworski, a loose cannon barely held together. Tom Berenger is the mechanic Hank, and in normal circumstances could be the lead in a film such as this, but is handed barely anything at all to work with, doing what he can. Stephen Lang is yet another smart aleck a$$hole working as an obvious red herring for who the real killer is. Christopher Fulford is Slater, a patient who seems to be a willing ear for the wounded Malloy. Courtney B Vance drops by in a very small role as a religious cop, an obvious calm source of strength needed in such a somber place..his role is very minor and beneath his great talents. Stallone has a great opportunity here to show his acting ability, and it's a solid part, earning sympathy, which includes the typical heroism he's accustomed to delivering. EYE SEE YOU should remind viewers of THE THING as Stallone must figure out who amongst the group is the killer disguised as a cop, along with the practically deserted wintry setting in a secluded environment of the bunker where he's able to roam free throughout as victims often are attacked from behind by the predator. Everything down to the conclusion where Stallone inevitably has his showdown with the killer is familiar and derivative, unfortunately. One of Stallone's lesser(..if not least known, along with SHADE & AVENGING ANGELO) known films, but contains a stellar performance that deserves to be seen by his fans regardless. From the director of I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER. Most of the murders occur off camera as victims are found dead by others.

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Author: I_John_Barrymore_I from United Kingdom
16 March 2009

This massive box office flop, shelved for three years then unceremoniously dumped into theatres isn't nearly as bad as its $80,000 gross might suggest. It's quite silly and the ending is a let down, but the pitch - washed-up cops in an isolated rehab facility are picked off by an unknown killer - is a good one and holds up well for the most part.

It has a good cast of dependable actors, and while no one's doing their best work they do add an air of respectability to proceedings. The facility itself is an imposing Cold War behemoth and the director makes adequate use of the set.

The atmosphere isn't exactly one of nerve-racking tension but it gets close enough to achieving its goals to keep things mildly diverting, and while I wouldn't recommend paying money for it it's worth a look if it pops up on TV and you're in a very undemanding mood.

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"And then there were none......"

Author: ianlouisiana from United Kingdom
10 October 2007

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Agatha Christie's "Ten Little Indians" is brutally plundered and relocated to somewhere really really snowy.One by one the burnt - out cops are done away with while Mr S. Stallone - surely not the brightest button in the FBI box - looks increasingly puzzled."He's behind you,Sly",you feel like shouting.I mean the guy's English,he's got to be the baddie...right?If you and I can work that out after five minutes where's Sly's head at? Mr Stallone treats us to 90 - odd minutes of his hurt puppy gaze interspersed with wrist - slashing and other subtle signs of discontent before he revenges the death of his girl - friend and so many cops I lost count. A lot of well - known actors are in it to very little effect,Mr K. Kristofferson seems to have recently awoken from PVS and appears barely aware of his surroundings. Mr Stallone himself is far too good an actor to waste his talent on stuff like this.The movie itself gives every appearance of having been a victim of post - production butchery and was disowned by the original studio. JFK got it right when he said "Victory has many fathers - defeat is an orphan"."D - Tox" is very clearly an orphan.

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Too serious and badly written

Author: tomimt from Finland
2 September 2006

'D-Tox' or 'Eye See You', how ever you want to call it, is very serious and thus for unintentionally some what funny old school action film. And by old school I mean, that it hasn't got any fancy tricks in its sleeve, just standard action straight from the pits of late 70's and and 80's.

Thruth be said 'D-Tox' could have been a great action comedy in the sense, that the whole premises for the movie is a bit silly. Sure, there's nothing silly about the serial killer or the alcohol problem of Malloy (Sylvester Stallone), but the rehabilitation center is ludicrous: it's in the middle of nowhere (that's not the problem) ex military base with badly maintained heating systems, electricity and phone lines. And further more there aren't enough staff and the staff present is rather unprofessional to put it mildly. It all is just too unbelievable: would a centre like that really start working without professional staff?

As I said 'D-Tox' might have worked better as an action comedy but now as it is poorly done writing mixed with awkward editing of blue memories and too serious style of directing make it below average and very predictable from the beginning to the end.

Score: 3 out of 10. Very old school action mixed with poorly done melodrama.

Camp score: 6 out of 10. The ending alone makes this a camp classic.

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Sly and The Big Scary House

Author: Mark Hale ( from United Kingdom
1 September 2006

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"D-Tox" is fairly well acted but gets dragged down by a cliché-ridden script.

We've all been here before, in one way or another. Sylvester Stallone plays a damaged FBI man who can't lay to rest the ghost of the murdered girlfriend whom he failed to protect. Cue a check-in at an out-of-the-way mental health facility in the snowy wilds of Wyoming.

And hey, wouldn't you know it? The facility is an old Cold War bunker, recently sold after the US army stopped using it as a holding pen for psychos. It's a dark and impressive piece of set design but no psychiatrist in their right mind would use such a grim place to help people rebuild their lives.

Fortunately Kris Kristofferson's doctor character is no psychiatrist. He makes some credibility-straining decisions about the care of his patients and rightly deserves his messy end.

Oh, I forgot to mention, the psycho who killed Sly's girlfriend has tailed him to the facility and insinuated himself into the group occupying it. He then starts bumping people off willy-nilly, while the audience is left to guess who's gonna get out alive.

Apart from the lame scripting, the size of the cast is also a problem. Everyone seems to have a back story, a reason for ending up at the facility, but the details are sketchy and poorly explained. With little to connect us to the characters, we're left watching a bunch of whiny meatbags running around, waiting to be slaughtered.

Solid character actors like Tom Berenger, Robert Patrick and the UK's Christopher Fulford are wasted in this sort of straight-to-video guff. Sylvester Stallone must have wondered how he could have fallen so far after "CopLand" when he saw the final cut of this movie. No wonder it took so long to get any sort of release.

Not an awfully bad film but not good enough to recommend either, unless you're an avid Sly fan.

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Snap, crackle...fizz

Author: flingebunt from Brisbane, Australia
6 July 2005

Serial killers have a tendency to either slow burn or explode at the box office. Serial killers are almost perfect Hollywood material. They are evil and they need no explanation, they are more intelligent than the average person, and they are the person you least suspect to be a killer.

D-Tox has your normal standard serial killer, with drill and a love of killing cops. Of course nobody can catch him, not even Stallone as an ex-cop turned FBI agent Jake Malloy. When his girlfriend is murdered by the killer Malloy tries to kill himself with the bottle.

So it off to D-Tox to hang out with a group of other alcoholic cops. But, surprise surprise, the killer has infiltrated the group and now they are stuck in a snow storm, being killed off one by one.

There is no transformation, little insight into the minds of the cops or the killer. The result is something that fans of this genre will go for and others will smash their heads against the wall thinking, why does a serial killer who never makes mistakes acts so stupid right at the end.

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ok,just ok

Author: dirtytasker from Luxembourg
10 April 2004

everybody here is picking on it because it went straight to video..well actually I saw it in the theater,so what do we learn: it got a theatrical release in some countries. but this still doesn't make it a good movie..Even if the beginning is terrific,the rest is just average. It has all been done before and not only once.. The script could have been meant for a TV-movie. Sure it has some creepy scenes and some suspense but nothing memorable.

5 out of 10 ..oh wait it has sly in? then let's say 6 out of 10

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Author: bronsonskull72 from United States
17 July 2003

Sylvester Stallone stars as Jake Malloy an FBI agent who is hunted by a serial killer who targets cops and torments Malloy by killing his wife Mary (Dina Meyer) in this minor yet okay thriller which has Stallone giving one of his better performances. Eye See You starts out really strong by establishing it's plot but however after Stallone reaches the D-tox place things turn into a slasher pic which undermines the first half.

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