A training-wheels mashup of “Rear Window” and any number of ’90s erotic thrillers, “The Voyeurs” regurgitates musty ideas for much of its limp 122-minute run time. The story of a Montreal couple who becomes unreasonably consumed with watching the randy across-the-street neighbors, writer-director Michael Mohan’s film plays like rehashed leftovers cooked up for young viewers who’ve never seen any of its superior inspirations.The Voyeurs 2021 Full Movie Download.
While a climactic twist provides it with some late personality of its own, it’s difficult to imagine it faring well against similar streaming-service genre offerings when it premieres on Amazon Prime Video on Sept. 10.Moving into the kind of spacious loft that only 20-somethings in the movies can afford, optometrist Pippa (Sydney Sweeney) and boyfriend Thomas (Justice Smith) are a lovey-dovey pair whose relationship gets an extra kinky boost when they spy hunky photographer Seb (Ben Hardy) and alluring model Julia (Natasha Liu Bordizzo) getting hot and heavy in the apartment across the way. Since Thomas is the sort of earnest good guy who falls asleep before his girlfriend can woo him in sexy lingerie, it’s only a matter of time before Pippa’s fascination with Seb and Julia turns to obsession. Binoculars are purchased for a closer view of the duo’s carnal romps, and then, a covert listening device (which involves lasers that cause windows to vibrate) is planted in the strangers’ flat, the better to enjoy the entire X-rated picture in surround sound.What starts as a titillating diversion transforms into an increasingly disruptive situation thanks to screenwriting contrivances, beginning with Julia visiting Pippa’s place of work, asking her out to coffee and then taking her to a spa, where she’s completely comfortable opening up to (and disrobing in front of) Pippa. Knowing that Seb is a two-timing lout, Pippa is soon compelled to more actively interfere in a relationship that doesn’t concern her, leading to apparent tragedy and then further domestic strife between her and Thomas. All the while, Mohan delivers routine shots of eyes, and often cuts away from them to close-ups of eggs being sliced open so their yolk can spill out – sub-“Un Chien Andalou” symbolic images meant to underline the potential danger of sight.