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Julia’s Eye (2010) Rating:
- Dylan = 8 / 10;
- Eloise = 8 / 10;
- Raoul = 9.5 / 10;
- Ronan = 6.5 / 10
- IMDb = 6.7/10;
- Rotten Tomatoes = 9.2/10;
Julia’s Eye (2010) Synopsis:
A woman shares with her twin sister a disease that slowly makes them blind. When her sister dies, Julia quickly understands that it is not suicided as everyone would like to believe.
Julia’s Eye (2010) Review:
Julia’s Eye is a horror thriller that plays around the theme of blindness, such as other movies like The Eye. This film is also the second full-length feature movie by Guillem Morales, who delivered the excellent The Uninvited Guest in 2004. Also interesting is the fact that Julia’s Eyes was produced by Guillermo Del Toro, a great promoter of the Spanish horror-thriller genre (he promoted, for example, The Orphanage), who certainly saw the genius touch in this film.
Everything about that film is remarkable, not to say unforgettable. The plot is very complex and yet very cleverly built, revealing clues one at the time, allowing the viewer to slowly figure out the intrigue for himself.
The story starts as a classic thriller introduction but quickly delivers surprises and twists that turn the plot into a mind-blowing story which grabs you and doesn’t let you go for all 120 min (which feels like 30 min because the movie is so great). The surprises just go on and on for all movie, I cannot remember any other similar films that made me vocalize so much “oohhh” while watching it! The acting is stunning, especially for such a difficult performance that is playing a blind person…or a total psychopath. To me, the theme of blindness in horror never has never been so deeply and intelligently exploited than here!
Truly, the suspense is what makes this film an almost perfect movie, and one of the best horror/thriller of the decade. Surprisingly, the film is totally underrated; I cannot understand how it is rated 6.5 only on IMBD?? I put it a 9.5 out of 10, just because I like to keep my 10 for the very special occasions.