Angel Eyes script
Angel Eyes (2001)
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.

The Old Man trudges on, proud and suspicious, too.


Right now your mind’s making

pictures of me robbing your

groceires, but, y’know, nine times

out of ten, people do the right


The Old Man glances at him, still not convinced, but he

soon has to stop and rest. Catch stops, too. The old

man looks at him, a bit embarrassed.


It’s the dog food that makes it so


Catch nods, puts out his hand. The Old Man hesitates,

then decides and lifts a bag, and Catch takes it.


I guess it’s worth it... for a

good dog.

Catch isn’t kidding. He has that honesty. The Old Man

nods and starts trudging again. As they walk on

together, Catch reaches for that second bag. The man

relents and lets him take it. They continue on, Catch

carrying the bags and every now and then lifting them a

bit for his upper body work.



This is the call Sharon and Robby have sped to. It is a

chaotic scene of cops breaking up a fight between eight

boys, 16-20. A big KID, 18 or so, is being pulled off

another by Sharon and Robby. The Kid is wild and

resisting and Sharon shows her toughness and

professionalism and some anger, too, as she slams him

into a fence --and Robby holds him while she cuffs the

young man --who is very mouthy, playing to his friends.


Look at this bitch. Whoo! Benny,

look at this!

Sharon and Robby are both very good at their jobs, taking

this Kid to their car while other cops contain the rest.

A crowd watches --mostly teens.


(to Sharon)

You come in with me. Hey, bitch.

Some of his bystanders friends howl at that.


You’re going to arrest me, you

come into the back seat with me.

Come on!

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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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