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Eagle Eye is a 2008 American action-thriller film directed by D. J. Caruso and with a screenplay by John Glenn, Travis Adam Wright, Hillary Seitz and Dan McDermott from a story by McDermott. The film stars Shia LaBeouf, Michelle Monaghan and Billy Bob Thornton. It follows two strangers who must go on the run together, after receiving a mysterious phone call from an unknown woman who uses information and communications technology to track them. The film premiered in traditional theaters and IMAX theaters on September 26, 2008, and grossed $178 million worldwide.


In January 2009, Stanford University dropout Jerry Shaw learns that his identical twin brother Ethan, an officer in the U.S. Air Force, has been killed. Following the funeral, Jerry is surprised to find $750,000 in his bank account and his apartment filled with illegal firearms and bomb making materials. He receives a phone call from a woman who warns that the FBI is about to arrest him and he needs to run. Jerry is caught by the FBI and interrogated by Supervising Agent Tom Morgan.

While Morgan confers with Air Force OSI Special Agent Zoe Pérez, the woman on the phone arranges for Jerry s escape and directs him to Rachel Holloman, a single mother. The woman on the phone is coercing Rachel by threatening her son Sam, who is aboard the Capitol Limited en route to the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. with his school band. The woman on the phone helps the two avoid law enforcement by controlling networked devices, including traffic lights, mobile phones, automated cranes, and even power lines.

Meanwhile, the caller redirects a crystalline explosive to a gemcutter, who cuts it and fixes it into a necklace. Another man steals Sam s trumpet in Chicago and fits the crystal s sonic trigger into the tubing before forwarding it to Sam in Washington.

Agent Perez is summoned by Secretary of Defense George Callister to be read into Ethan s job at the Pentagon. Ethan monitored the Department of Defense s top-secret intelligence-gathering supercomputer, the Autonomous Reconnaissance Intelligence Integration Analyst (ARIIA; /ɑːriːə/). Callister leaves Perez with Major William Bowman and ARIIA to investigate Ethan Shaw s death. Simultaneously, Rachel and Jerry learn that the woman on the phone is actually ARIIA, and that she has activated them according to the Constitution s authorization to recruit civilians for the national defense.

Perez and Bowman find evidence that Ethan Shaw hid in ARIIA s chamber and leave to brief Callister. Afterwards, ARIIA smuggles Jerry and Rachel into her observation theater under the Pentagon. Both groups learn that after ARIIA s recommendation was ignored and a botched operation in Balochistan resulted in the deaths of U.S. citizens, ARIIA concluded that to prevent more bloodshed, the executive branch must be removed. ARIIA is acting on behalf of We the People , and cites the Declaration of Independence ( whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it ).

Belatedly, Jerry learns he has been brought to circumvent biometric locks placed by his twin that prevent ARIIA from activating Operation Guillotine, a military simulation of maintaining government after the loss of all presidential successors. Because Secretary Callister agreed with ARIIA s abort recommendation regarding Balochistan, he is to be the designated survivor and new president after the crystal detonates at the State of the Union (SOTU).

Another of ARIIA s agents extracts Rachel from the Pentagon and gives her a dress and the explosive necklace to wear to the SOTU. Sam s school band has also been redirected to the United States Capitol to play for the president, bringing the trigger in Sam s trumpet and the explosive together. Jerry is recaptured by Agent Morgan, who has become convinced of Jerry s innocence. Before sacrificing himself to stop an armed MQ-9 Reaper sent by ARIIA, Morgan gives Jerry his weapon and ID with which to gain entrance to the Capitol. Arriving in the House Chamber, Jerry fires the handgun in the air to disrupt the concert before being shot and wounded by the Secret Service.

Sometime later, in April 2009, Callister reports that ARIIA has been decommissioned and recommends against building another; the Shaw twins and Agents Perez and Morgan receive awards for their actions; and Jerry attends Sam s birthday party, earning Rachel s gratitude and a kiss.


  • Shia LaBeouf as Jerry Shaw/Ethan Shaw
  • Michelle Monaghan as Rachel Holloman, a woman who is being coerced by ARIIA.
  • Julianne Moore as the voice of the super computer ARIIA, aka the unknown woman .
  • Rosario Dawson as Zoë Perez, an Air Force Office of Special Investigations (OSI) Agent.
  • Michael Chiklis as George Callister, the US Secretary of Defense.
  • Anthony Mackie as Major William Bowman
  • Ethan Embry as Toby Grant, an FBI agent.
  • Billy Bob Thornton as Tom Morgan, an FBI agent.
  • Anthony Azizi as Ranim Khalid
  • Cameron Boyce as Sam Holloman, Rachel s son.


Screenwriter Dan McDermott wrote the original script for Eagle Eye based on an idea by Steven Spielberg, who had been inspired by Isaac Asimov s short story All the Troubles of the World. The studio DreamWorks then bought McDermott s script and set up the project to potentially be directed by Spielberg. When the director became busy with Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, he dropped out of the project. Director D. J. Caruso, who directed the 1996 TV series High Incident under Spielberg s executive production, replaced the director in helming Eagle Eye, with Spielberg remaining as executive producer. In June 2007, actor LaBeouf, who was involved in Spielberg s and Caruso s 2007 film Disturbia and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, re-joined the director and executive producer to star as the lead in Eagle Eye. McDermott s script was rewritten by screenwriters John Glenn, Travis Wright, and Hillary Seitz in preparation for production. Filming began on November 6, 2007 and wrapped in February 2008. The film s visual effects were created by Sony Pictures Imageworks.

Caruso said by the time the film came to fruition twelve years later, the technology had finally caught up to the storytelling… Everybody has a BlackBerry on their belt, and we think we re constantly being tracked. It s less science fiction than when Steven Spielberg conceived it. Caruso wanted to bring a gritty, 1970s-era sensibility to the film. Accordingly, a key chase scene in a high-tech package-processing hub on conveyor belts was shot without the use of computer-generated imagery. It was like Chutes and Ladders for adults. It was pretty dangerous, and a lot of fun. While filming the scene, Monaghan suffered a welt after a cable brushed her neck and Caruso hit his head on a protruding bolt, and a cameraman suffered a puncture wound requiring stitches.


The music to Eagle Eye was composed by Brian Tyler, who recorded the score with an 88-piece ensemble of the Hollywood Studio Symphony at the Sony Scoring Stage. The session was interrupted by the Chino Hills earthquake on July 29, 2008—and a recording of the quake hitting the scoring stage is online.


The official website features an ARG type of gameplay system to promote the film. The voice previewed behind the phone in multiple trailers contacts the player, placing them in unique experiences. This has been called the Eagle Eye Freefall Experience . While official cast listings do not list the name of the actress behind the mysterious voice featured in the film and trailers, Rosario Dawson confirmed at the Hollywood premiere that it belongs to Julianne Moore.


Box office

Entertainment Weekly predicted the opening weekend could be as high as $31 million. The film grossed $29.1 million from 3,510 theaters in the United States and Canada, taking the number one position at the box office. The film went on to gross $101.4 million in the United States and Canada and $76.6 million in other territories for a worldwide total of $178 million, against a production budget of $80 million.

Critical response

On Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an approval rating of 26% based on 183 reviews, with an average rating of 4.70/10. The site s critical consensus reads, Eagle Eye is a preposterously plotted thriller that borrows heavily from other superior films. Metacritic gave the film an average score of 43 out of 100, based on reviews from 28 critics, indicating mixed or average reviews . Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of B+ on an A+ to F scale.

Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times gave the film two out of four stars, saying: The word preposterous is too moderate to describe Eagle Eye. This film contains not a single plausible moment after the opening sequence, and that s borderline. It s not an assault on intelligence. It s an assault on consciousness. James Berardinelli of ReelViews gave the film one and a half stars out of four, saying: This movie tests the viewing public s tolerance for enduring crass stupidity when the payoff is a series of repetitive, ADD-infected chase scenes. Director D.J. Caruso does a moderately good job of hiding how incredibly dumb this screenplay is by keeping things moving at such a whirlwind pace that a lot more seems to be happening than actually is. In reality, the chase scenes don t mean anything because they don t advance the plot—it s mice on a treadmill, running and running and not getting anywhere. The Hollywood Reporter called it a slick, silly techno-thriller and Even those who surrender all disbelief at the door will be hard pressed not to smirk at some of the wildly improbable plotting.

Josh Rosenblatt of The Austin Chronicle enjoyed the film, calling it good, manic fun plus a heavy dose of political intrigue adding up to two hours of clamorous, mind-numbing nonsense, calling it Transporter 2 on crack. William Arnold of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer also gave Eagle Eye a positive review, remarking that it s engrossing as an intellectual puzzle and a solid thriller. Mark Bell of Film Threat said: the film isn t a complete waste of your time but don t expect anything brilliant. Neely Tucker of The Washington Post said that Eagle Eye is sometimes entertaining but doesn t have much to say. Lisa Schwarzbaum of Entertainment Weekly called it A brain-squandering thriller. Robert Koehler of Variety felt that the film s first 35 minutes sizzle but the story near-parody in the final act.


Eagle Eye was a nominee for a 2009 Saturn Award for Best Science Fiction Film and was nominated by the Visual Effects Society Awards in the category of Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects in a Feature Motion Picture.

Home media

Eagle Eye was released on DVD and Blu-ray only in select stores on December 26, 2008, three months after its theatrical release, September 26, 2008. In the first week on the DVD sales chart, Eagle Eye sold 182,592 units which translated to US$3,300,000 (equivalent to about $4,150,000 in 2021) in revenue. In the second week, sales rose significantly to 1,044,682 for that week, opening at No. 1 and earning US$18,862,151 (equivalent to $23,824,181 in 2021) for that week. As per the latest figures, 2,181,959 units have been sold, bringing in $38,008,436 in revenue. This does not include Blu-ray sales or DVD rentals.

The next day, it was released nationwide. iTunes released it a month later as a rental and buy.

Mobile game

A mobile game based on the film was developed and published by Magmic Games. It was released for BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, BREW, and Java ME devices prior to the film s launch in early September. There are also two games on the film s web site.

Year 2008
ReleaseDate 2008-09-26
RuntimeMins 118
RuntimeStr 1h 58min
Plot Jerry and Rachel are two strangers thrown together by a mysterious phone call from a woman they have never met. Threatening their lives and family, she pushes Jerry and Rachel into a series of increasingly dangerous situations, using the technology of everyday life to track and control their every move.
Awards Awards, 3 wins & 8 nominations
Directors D.J. Caruso
Writers John Glenn, Travis Wright, Hillary Seitz
Stars Shia LaBeouf, Michelle Monaghan, Rosario Dawson
Produced by Peter Chiarelli,Patrick Crowley,James M. Freitag,Alex Kurtzman,Edward L. McDonnell,Rizelle Mendoza,Roberto Orci,Steven Spielberg
Music by Brian Tyler
Cinematography by Dariusz Wolski
Film Editing by Jim Page
Casting By Deborah Aquila,Tricia Wood,Jennifer L. Smith
Production Design by Thomas E. Sanders
Art Direction by Marc Fisichella,Sean Haworth,Kevin Kavanaugh,Naaman Marshall
Set Decoration by Cindy Carr
Costume Design by Marie-Sylvie Deveau
Makeup Department Amy L. Disarro,Lynne K. Eagan,Cheryl Eckert,Stephanie A. Fowler,Janice Kinigopoulos,Helen Marchfield,Charlotte Parker,Katherine Rees,Linda Rizzuto,Keith Sayer,Michele Tyminski Schoenbach,Kristina Vogel,Joani Yarbrough,Debi Young,Darlene Brumfield,Carol F. Doran,James MacKinnon
Production Management Abigail Callahan,Patrick Crowley,Marc A. Hammer,Patricia Hess,Daniel M. Stillman,Ty Warren,Mark Graziano
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Chris Corrado,Mathew Dunne,James M. Freitag,Larry D. Katz,Allen Kupetsky,Eric Richard Lasko,Michael T. McNerney,Matt Neapolitan,Gregory J. Pawlik Jr.,Taylor Phillips,Alison C. Rosa,Brian Smrz,Pete Waterman
Art Department Efrem L. Acosta,Steph Barkley,Tom Bartlett,Jason Bartolone,Damon Bowden,Dominick Bruno,John Bullard,Gregory Byrne,J. André Chaintreuil,Gerald Cheney,Charles J. Clark,Larry Clark,Danielle Clemenza,Raymond Consing,Joseph Timothy Conway,Ricardo F. Delgado,Zachary Fannin,Tim Fassino,Marc Fekkes,Chris Fix,Pete Flynn,Chet Garlow,Rob Garlow,Michael D. Gianneschi,Lindsay Good,Jeff Hall,Amy Heinz-Barnett,Dewaldt Hicks,Richard Hoffenberg,Steve Hull,Craig Jackson,Martha Johnston,Chris Langevin,Jenne Lee,Mike Lytle,William J. Magill,Jason Mahakian,Victor James Martinez,Masako Masuda,Quentin Matthys,Ray Maxwell,Richard A. McCarthy,Johnny P. McIntyre,Jim Meyer,Greg Musselman,Matthew J. Norskog,Benjamin Nowicki,Russell O’Connor,Joe Ondrejko,Shane Reed,Lynda Reiss,Robin Richesson,Micah Roehr,Glenn Ryan Jr.,Ralph Sarabia,Kenneth Sayers,John H. Schulz,Domenic Silvestri,John J. Slove Jr.,Steve Sola,Nick Stanton,Michael P. Sweeney,Dan Sweetman,Ledia Telo,Phillip Thoman,Scott Troha,Scott B. Valdes,Angela M. Whiting,Robert Woodruff,Monica Wynveldt,Sandy Adams,Paige Augustine,Michael A. Casey,Angie Daniels,Phaedra Eason,Joseph Fedo,Amber Haley,Allen Lafferty,Christopher Larsen,Amanda Mendonca,Don Miloyevich,Tyler Patton,Charles Randolph,Graham Robertson,Chris Samp,Jefry Shebroe,Bret August Tanzer,Anne Tobin,Margaret Wall
Sound Department James Ashwill,Christopher Assells,Karen Baker Landers,Bob Beemer,Derek Casari,Damon Claus,John T. Cucci,Dino Dimuro,Danny Ferraro,Kirk Francis,Albert Gasser,Hector C. Gika,Jeff Gomillion,Per Hallberg,Dan Hegeman,Chris Hogan,Robert Jackson,Craig S. Jaeger,Chris Jargo,Bobby Johanson,Randall L. Johnson,Daniel R. Kerr,Greg LaPlante,Anne Lockhart,Kimaree Long,Travis MacKay,Craig Mann,Michael Minkler,Glenn T. Morgan,Philip D. Morrill,Alex Names,Peggy Names,Tony Negrete,Dan O’Connell,Thomas J. O’Connell,Jason Oliver,Michelle Pazer,Troy Porter,Art Rochester,Philip Rogers,Frederick H. Stahly,Peter Staubli,Greg Steele,Bruce Tanis,Eric Thompson,David Young,Greg Zimmerman,Todd Niesen
Special Effects by Curtis Allen Jr.,David Amborn,Ryan Amborn,Hank Atterbury,Steve Austin,Scott Blackwell,Stan Blackwell,Roy K. Cancino,Peter Chesney Jr.,Peter Chesney,Tom Chesney,Bill Cobb,Kyle Ross Collinsworth,Kent D’Huet,Jack Davis,Kim Derry,Joe Digaetano,Ante Dugandzic,Randy Fitzgerald,Blair Foord,Armando Franco,Eric Frazier,Tommy Frazier,Robert Garrigus,Shaun Glendenning,Roy Goode,Robert Hall,Bruce D. Hayes,Keith Haynes,Joe Heffernan,Corey Helmer,Grady Holder,Michael Holland,David Hren,Frank Iudica,David Anthony Jackson,Todd Jensen,Eric W. Jolly,Emmet Kane,John Kelso,Steve King,Steven D. Kline,James Lacroix,William Lee,Mark Lilienthal,Joseph Livolsi,Joe Love,Fernando Massiel,John McLeod,Ken Mieding,Jeff Miller,Gary Montgomery,J. Michael O’Brien,Brendon O’Dell,Don Parsons,Elia P. Popov,Michael Rifkin,Alan Roberts,James Rothrock,Lino Stavole,Sandra Stewart,Frank W. Tarantino,Clark Templeman,James G. Thomas,Omar Torres,Blumes Tracy,Lindsay Vivian,Chris L. Ward,Mike Wever,Bryan Wohlers,Dick Wood,Daniel Yates,Ross Young,Douglas D. Ziegler
Visual Effects by Brian Adams,Laide Agunbiade,Jorge Almeida,Seshadri Anand,Jesse Andrewartha,Kelly Barschig,Janice Bastian,Philip Benn,Joel Bentow,Jim Berney,V.S.H. Ravi Ram Bhimaraju,Bineesh,Douglas Bloom,Michael Bogen,Michael Boggs,Austin Bonang,Matthew Douglas Brown,Wendell Bruno,David C. Bryant,Unjoo Lee Byars,John Campuzano,Andrea Caretta,Anthony Ceccomancini,Albert Cheng,Joe Cherian,Jangwoo Choi,Ian Chriss,Tom Cloutier,Dylan Cole,Bertrand Cordier,Nicolle Cornute,Robert W. Crain,Nick D’Abo,Jesus De Santiago,Michael Degtjarewsky,Owen Demers,Bernie Demolski,Justin Denton,Ian Doss,Crystal Dowd,Devin Fairbairn,Crys Forsyth-Smith,Jenny Fulle,Joe Gareri,Dawn Gates,Shane Glading,Nathalie Gonthier,Harry Gundersen,Winrik Haentjens,Brian Hamblin,Brian Hanable,Steven Hansen,Andrew M. Harvey,Geoff Heron,Rory Hinnen,Andrew Hofman,John Hood,Chris Howard,Barry Howell,Saadi Howell,Chris Hung,Aaron James McComas,Rod M. Janusch,Senthilnathan Jeyabalan,Kareem K.H.,Yun Geuk Kang,Ken Satchel King,Wallace Kirkwood,Ranjith Kizakkey,Stephen Kowalski,V. Barani Kumar,Kenny Lam,Megan Kristen Lane,Miles Lauridsen,Dan Lavender,Mike Leben,Cory Lee,Don Lee,Jong Lee,Kim Lee,Jessika M. Lehr,Mickey Levy,Joe Lewis,Kirk Lilwall,Kuan Lin,Michael Lloyd,Chris Lopez,Sudhakar M.,Brian Magner,Manikandan,Ed W. Marsh,Doran McGee,Paul McGhee,Krishnakant Mishra,Robert Montgomery,Josh Mossotti,Rajakanna Nagarajan,Ashok Nayar,Lee Nelson,Mark Nelson,Ian Nichols,Michael Hugh O’Donnell,Jim O’Hagan,Ivo Panayotov,Alison Parraco,John Patton,Carlos Pedroza,Bob Peitzman,Eric Pender,Jamie Pilgrim,Jason Pomerantz,Pavan Kumar Potluri,Paul Pytlik,Sandesh Ramdev,C.R. Ramkumar,Matthew Rampias,John J. Renzulli,Steve Rhee,Rebecca Rinn,Craig Edward Rogers Jr.,Ryan Rogers,César Romero,Jeya Ruban,Anthony Ruey,Jim Rygiel,Rosendo Salazar,V. Samundeswari,Sandesh,John E. Sasaki,David Satchwell,Bruce Schluter,Jeff Schu,Tom Schultz,Panneer Selvam,Chirag G. Shah,Chirag R. Shah,V. Gouri Shankar Rao,Joseph Slomka,David Alexander Smith,Douglas James Smith,Sharmishtha Sohoni,Drew Solodzuk,Dereck Sonnenburg,David Sosalla,David Spencer,Jessica Stebbins,Scott Steyns,Jonathan Swartz,Pat Sweeney,Suan Ching Tan,Aaron Tankenson,R. Thangaperumal,Cari Thomas,Dan Tindell,Ryan Tulloch,Cosku Turhan,George Vajna,Brad van Bodegom,Dana Vanhove,S. Navin Venkatesh,Rainy Venne,Anu Vijayan,Carey Villegas,Kevin Wallace,Joe Wehmeyer,David Weinstein,John Welborn,Bob Wiatr,Scott Willman,Jann Wimmer,Hock Wong,Yukiko Yamanaka,Nadarajan Usha Abheesh,Ehren Addis,Durai Babu,Morarji Bala,Dhiraj Brahma,Christian Cunningham,Mark Fletcher,Stephen George Jr.,Jon Hanzelka,Walter F. Hyneman,Lu Kondor,Marios Kourasis,E. Suresh Kumar,Paul Maurice,Juan Carlos Moreno Rogel,Chris Nabholz,Andrea Lackey Pace,Navarro Parker,Balaji Ramakrishna,Sankarasubramanian,David Santoyo,Ikram Ali Shaik,Sukumaran Lalithambika Vijin,Jaikishan Vyas
Stunts Keith Adams,Michael Ahl,Mary Albee,Kenny Alexander,Rick Avery,Dean Bailey,Melissa Barker,Erik Betts,Chino Binamo,Will Bowman,Jake Brake,John Branagan,Eddie Braun,Jeff Brockton,Stacey Carino,Jon Chabot,Brian Christensen,Eliza Coleman,Gilbert B. Combs,James Cottingham,Brycen Counts,Jeff Danoff,Tobiasz Daszkiewicz,Darrell Davis,Thomas Dewier,Darren Dowler,Shauna Duggins,Norman Epperson,Corey Michael Eubanks,Donna Evans,Dane Farwell,James Fierro,Randy Fitzgerald,Colin Follenweider,Joey Freitas,Mickey Giacomazzi,Tanner Gill,Al Goto,Sean Graham,Deborah Habberstad,Justin Rodgers Hall,Randy Hall,Toby Holguin,Keii Johnston,Brett A. Jones,Ross A. Jordan,Hubie Kerns Jr.,Henry Kingi,Horace Knight Jr.,Paul Lacovara,Paul M. Lane,Dan Latham,Tony Lazzara,Rick LeFevour,Jake Lombard,Tom Lowell,Alex Madison,Daniel Maldonado,Sammy Maloof,Johnny Martin,Ed McDermott II,Natalie M. Meyer,William Morts,Casey O’Neill,Carrick O’Quinn,Carl Paoli,Chase Penny,Linda Perlin,Manny Perry,Denney Pierce,Casey Pieretti,Suzanne Reed,Scotty Richards,Tim Rigby,Jimmy N. Roberts,Anthony G. Schmidt,Myke Schwartz,John-Clay Scott,Kevin Scott,Larry M. Shorts,Lincoln Simonds,Gregg Smrz,Shirley Smrz,Russell Solberg,Petra Sprecher,Ronn Surels,Kevin Swigert,Frank Torres,Martin Valinsky,Don Whatley,Jim Wilkey,Scott Workman,Danny Wynands,Merritt Yohnka,Eddie J. Fernandez,Thomas J. Larsen
Camera and Electrical Department Erik Adams,Curtis A. Andrews Jr.,Lee Auerbach,Rocky Babcock,Greg Baldi,John C. Barber,Shawn Barber,Danny Barfield,Shawn C.H. Baron,Kevin Barrera,Kenneth Bender,Chris Bennett,Matthew Berning,Andy Bertelson,Larry Blanford,Marek Bojsza,Ffilip Bolton,John Bonnin,Sarah Brandes,Alex Bunin,Don Burton,Jessica Lakoff Cannon,Alejandro J. Castillo,Kelly Clear,David Conelli,Mark Connelly,Eddie Cordero,Doug Cowden,Scott Crabbe,Eugene F. Crededio,Austin Cross,John Curran,James ‘Spud’ Danicic,Willie E. Dawkins,Andrew Degnan,Ralph Del Castillo,Kelly Diehl,Dan Dobson,Scott Dropkin,Rick Dungan,Christopher Duskin,Erik A. Erichsen,Greg Etheredge,Brandon Flohr,Christopher Franey,Rodney French,Joe Gajewski,Rusty Gardner,Peter Geraghty,James Goldman,Bob Gomez,David González,Chris Gordon,Peter Graf,William J. Gray,D.J. Harder,Paul A. Hardiman,Charles Hart,James Hartnett,Kerry Hayes,Jason Hibarger,Patrick Hoeschen,Scott Hoffman,Edward Hohman,Steve Hurson,Moises Jimenez,Richard Jones,Jacques Jouffret,Jordan C. Kadovitz,Jay Kemp,Peter Kuttner,Peter Lee,Morgan Michael Lewis,Damon Liebowitz,Trevor Loomis,George Lozano Jr.,Lance Mayer,David William McDonald,Maurice K. McGuire,Roger Meilink,Victor Mendoza,Robert Miller Jr.,John D. Miller,John Robert Miller,Christos Moisides,Anthony Mollicone,Juan Morse,Ralph Nelson,Darby Newman,Frédéric North,David B. Nowell,David O’Brien,Patrick B. O’Brien,Michael E. Pacheco,Ryan Pacheco,Ray Patrick,Robert Petrin,Jason Petty,Michelle Pizanis,J. Michael Popovich,Don Powell,Mark Purkart,Eugene Rivera,Steve Robertson,Sky Rockit,Scott Rolf,James F. Roorda,Walter Royle,Thomas J. Ruffner,Jerry Sandager,Martin Schaer,Dan Schroer,John Scott,Gihan ‘Sandy’ Seneviratne,Steven Serna,Robert Settlemire,Michael Ryan Sharp,Scott Smith,Mark Smoot,Tony Sommo,Robert Sterry,Jeff Stewart,Wes Sullivan,Andrew Sykes,Miguel Sánchez,Rafael E. Sánchez,Nicole Turegano,Nate Wayman,Eric Wheeler,Chuck Whelan,Stefan Wilking,Dave Wilkins,Joe ‘Jody’ Williams,Mark N. Woods,Santiago Yniguez,Steve Zvorsky,Josh Bleibtreu,Lisa Bonaccorso,Ryan Bradley,John Bratlien,Chris Buchakjian,Jeff Callow,Marc Christie,Craig Cooper,Chris Cotterman,Joseph Czerw,Michael DiGiovanni,Keith Dunkerley,Phaedra Eason,Christopher Fernandez,Clayton Fowler,Danny Gonzalez,Miles Gutkin,Charles Hart,Patrick R. Heffernan,Sean Higgins,Matthew LeCrone,Scott M. Leonard,Frankie Martinez,Donna McLain,Andrew Meyers,Christopher Moats,Kathryn Moss,Alex Nepomniaschy,Dara Norman,James O’Hara,Morten Petersen,Christopher Prampin,Thoma Reavis,Michael Rich,Jesse Rushton,Eric Sandlin,Brian Scotti,Ken Shibata,Benny Smyth,Julian Sternthal,Hektor Stockton,Stephen Tachera,Christopher A. Thompson,Wade Tyree,Tim van der Linden,Karl Vindler,Michael J. Walsh
Animation Department Eli Enigenburg,Saadi Howell,Cosku Turhan
Casting Department Deborah Aquila,Eric Carthan,Shelby Cherniet,Tracy Dixon,Michelle Higgins,Jonathan Kinnas,David Kramer,Becca McCracken,Caitlin McKenna,Betsy Royall,Claire Simon,Teresa Thoma,Erin Toner,Lisa Zagoria,Joseph Hicks
Costume and Wardrobe Department Stella Cottini,Tom Cummins,Catharine Fletcher Incaprera,Ann Foley,Jose S. Hernandez,Jennifer Jobst,Juan Lopez,Marina Marit,Robert Q. Mathews,Senna Shanti,Kenn Smiley,Laura Wolford,John M. ‘Jack’ Wright,Valentina Aulisi,Carol Demarti,Stephanie Elzas,Laura Kaminski,Philip Maldonado,Nancy Smytka,Stevie Sterman
Editorial Department Terence Curren,Alden Delos Santos,Vince Filippone,Bernie E. Gomez,Shaun Paul Gordon,Dan Goslee,Nancy Jundi,Thomas Kuo,Dave Lee,Jenz Merrill,Nick Monton,Harry Muller,Missy Papageorge,Joe Pestana,Alex Romano,Stefan Sonnenfeld,Crispin Struthers,Matthew Willard,Taylor Black,Ian Turpen
Location Management Ted Alvarez,Charley Armstrong,Zach Book,Adam Boor,Casey Boynton,Al Cohn,George Constas,Brian Dittmar,Caleb Duffy,Kai Ephron,Peter Gluck,Ronald M. Haynes,Catherine Kagan,Jason Kaplon,Martha Lafage,Vinh Lu,Natasha Parker,Marvin Ruffin,Leif Tilden,Clay Valenti,Craig W. van Gundy,Nancy Wong,Brigette Pope
Music Department Tom Boyd,Kyle Clausen,Jordan Corngold,Sandy DeCrescent,Robert Elhai,Opie Gruves,Todd Haberman,Jennifer Hawks,Pakk Hui,Joel Iwataki,Andrew Kinney,Gary L. Krause,Joe Lisanti,Adam Michalak,Dana Niu,Bryan Pezzone,Keith Power,Peter Rotter,Noah Scot Snyder,James Thatcher,Stuart Michael Thomas,Jeff Toyne,Brian Tyler,Karl Vincent,James Walker,Brad Warnaar,Julie Butchko,Malcolm McNab,Vincent A. Villanueva
Script and Continuity Department Jillian Giacomini,Karen Golden,Hilary Momberger-Powers
Transportation Department Ronald Augustus,Steph Barkley,Mike Belt,Jon Bergholz,Danny Bress,Michael R. Cairo,Dave Calaway,Samuel Danielsen,Daniel Davis,William M. DeLuca,Steven Docherty,Steve Duncan,Ken Farnell,Chris Ferrence,Danielle Fredrickson,Tom Gilhooley,Kaleb Hauge,Kelsey Kimes,Tim Kossa,Miguel Lozano,John Lux Jr.,Joe Meylor,Brian C. Pawlowski,Jim Petti,Don Poole,Tom Rebber,Julio Salazar,Tim Sisson,Vicki Sousa,Robert Wallace,Bonnie Yamahiro,Kenny Youngblood,Joseph Zaragoza,John R. Dove
Additional Crew Wendy Altman-Cohen,Cua-Cua Apey,Sean F. Barth,Laurel Beck,Jeremy Beiermann,Bruce Benson,Emily Berger,Adam Berlinsky,Ashleigh Boiros,Josh Botana,Kristen Boulé,Karen Bove,Gina Brajkovich,Josef Brandmaier,Brett Brown,Sarah Burch,Unjoo Lee Byars,Melissa Castello,Brock T. Charde,Alisa Charoen-Phol,Jordan Charter,Robert Parker Clemente,Scott Cler,Chris Cortez,Carson R. Cultner,Jason De Meo,Jonelle Castillo Deal,William M. DeLuca,Brandan Dennehy,Jan Dennehy,Dan Eason,Matthew Eberle,Maboud Ebrahimzadeh,Josh Eggebeen,Sara Ellingen,Evelyn S. Farkas,Todd Feaser,Rob Fiks,Aaron Fink,Bryn Forhan,Melissa Fowler,Michael Franck,Drew Fulton,Lisa Furia,Gregory Allen Gabroy,Robert ‘Rock’ Galotti,Lily Garcia,Christina Garner,Mark Gerald,Shawn Gillespie,Martine Granby,Larissa Grudt,Chris Gutierrez,Dan Gutierrez,Shannon Hamed,Yasmine Hanani,Megan Harris,Angela Heald,Isaac Heckert,Mike Hedge,Naomi Heilmann,Jim Hill,Melissa House,Sean Howell,Carole Humphreys,Christine Irons,Fidel Jackson,Trey Johnson,Simeon Jones,Nick Jordan,Alex Katsnelson,Andrew Kent,George Kitson,Renee Kitterman,Thomas Knowles,Scott Koche,Alex Krochman,Adam Kulick,Ross L. Kulma,Meti Kusari,Christian Labarta,Ron Landry,T. Alloy Langenfeld,James Lemus,Greg Lloyd,Eddie Lombardi,Greg Lubin,Michael David Lynch,Daniel F. Malone,Julie Mankowski,Gary A. Martin,Dylan Matlock,Franka Mavrides,Krista McEnany,Kyle McGatlin,Mimi N. McGreal,Rachel McIntyre,Cara Miller,Megan Taylor Miller,Stewart Scott Mitchell,James Mitchell-Clyde,Erin Morris,Kieran Murphy,Tony Murphy,Heidi Brook Myers,Kristine Nadal,Jasen Nannini,Michael Neal,Ryan Needham,Stephen Neely,Jeffrey Keith Negus,Josh Novak,Ailee O’Neill,Sean O’Reilly,Nicole Oesterle,Yuichi Ohi,J.D. Ostergaard,Jeff Overfield,David Paris,Gerson Paz,Laura Pendergrass,Peggy Pere,Casey Potter,Joanne Pransky,Bea S. Rembeczky,Brieann Rich,Bruce A. Ross,Sam Sako,Jennifer Salada,Jason Salzman,Brooke Satrazemis,Bruce Schluter,Simon Scott,C. Alexander Sears,Jay Shepley,Kim Smith,Victor H. Soto,Rob Soucy,Mallory Squeo,Andrew Stahl,Anthony Steinhart,Shelley Stevens,Lon Strickland,Roxy Strickland,Jason Suhrke,Scott Sullens,Craig Sunderlin,May Tam,Hirotatsu Taniguchi,Sophia Tapia,Trevor Tavares,Drew Tidwell,Nathan Tomaszewski,Jodi Tripi,David Vogel,Anthony Walters,Teddy Wenger III,Claire Wiegand,Ronald T. Williams,Anne Marie Wilson,Melissa Wiseman,Michael D. Witman,Deborah Wuliger,Kenneth Yoder,Mallory Yund,Kevin Zelman,Jim Bacon,Katie Diesinger,John Eggett,Josh R. Field,Evangelos Goulas,Adam Lubanski,Mike Monroe,Jonathan Risinger,Kho Wong
Thanks Vicente C. Ogilvie,Kevin E. Raimer,Philip M. Strub
Genres Action, Mystery, Thriller
Companies Dreamworks Pictures, K/O Paper Products, Goldcrest Pictures
Countries Germany, USA
Languages English
ContentRating PG-13
ImDbRating 6.6
ImDbRatingVotes 187185
MetacriticRating 43
Keywords audio surveillance,artificial intelligence,geopolitical,regime change,school bus