Angel Eyes

Synopsis: While pursuing a suspect one night, Chicago Police officer Sharon Pogue (Jennifer Lopez) nearly becomes the victim of a fatal ambush until a mysterious stranger, Catch (Jim Caviezel), intervenes, disarms the assassin and saves Sharon's life. A concerned citizen who just happened to pass by at the right time? But Sharon and Catch have met once before. As the two fall in love, they discover the truth about each other and are forced to deal with the secrets from their past.
Genre: Drama, Romance
Production: Bandai
  3 wins & 5 nominations.
102 min


Jesus, Pogo! Almost spilled my

coffee again! You didn’t like his

hair, or what?


I love Elvis hair. They were

going two damn miles an hour.

But Robby’s eyes have caught something on the monitor.


Let’s roll to this --fight in


As Robby secures that coffee cup, Sharon hits the SIREN

and speeds around the car in front of them.


At the same time, a few blocks away, an OLD, FRAIL MAN is

carrying two plastic grocery bags that are too heavy for


Walking behind this man is a younger man named CATCH

LAMBERT, an attractive man with some scarring on his

face. His eyes, deep down, are haunted by something, but

there is energy in his step. He is dressed in a relaxed

and stylish manner, not expensive. He begins to pick up

his pace to catch up to the old man.




People glance at Catch, nad he glances back in an open

and unflinching way, ready for anything, a smile, a nod,

or --because these are some of L.A.’s mean streets --a

threatening or taunting look. These he also meets

openly, without a trace of fear. The man has been

through some kind of fire, and it has left him different

from us. Outside the usual boundaries.

Catch walks beside the Old Man, glancing at him.

Finally, the man glances back, wondering and suspicious,

but Catch has a slight, disarming smile, open and honest.


Y’know... since we’re both walking

the same way, I could take one of

those bags for you. That way, I

do some upper body work while I’m

walking along. Helps my back.

What d’you say?

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Gerald Di Pego

Gerald Di Pego was born in 1941. He is a writer and producer, known for Instinct (1999), Phenomenon (1996) and The Forgotten (2004). He has been married to Christine DiPego since 1992. He was previously married to Janet Kapsin. more…

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