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After 18 years of blindness, 20-year-old violinist Wong Kar Mun (Lee Sin-Je) regains her vision when she undergoes a corneal transplant. However, she got more than what she bargained for when she realized she could even see ghosts.
'The Eye' could be worth seeing as a matinee or rental.
February 09, 2008
Globe and Mail
Though perhaps not the greatest thing since sliced eyeballs, The Eye is definitely worth a look, or even a double-take.
November 21, 2003
Is it a horror, a thriller, a tragedy, a disaster pic, or a romance? It's never really sure, but either way it limps along through various dips into different genres and often times is scrambled and confused...
To put all the pieces in place, the Pangs have to cut a few corners in logic, but the story is generally effective if not exactly original.
July 11, 2003
Fans of the genre may still find the film as creepy and scary as it is intended to be, although it relies for so much of its scare-power on sudden bursts of flame accompanied by fearsome noise, or the appearance of ghostly death figures