Movie Review

Movie: unthinkable Rated: R for strong bloody violence, torture and language Running Time: 1 hr. 37 min Genre: Drama, Mystery & Suspense Release date: 23 May 2010 Plot: When faced with threat of terrorism involving three nuclear bombs, the military over rides all protocol and calls in a specialist interrogator to extract the location of the bombs from a suspect.
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Movie: unthinkable

Rated: R for strong bloody violence, torture and language

Running Time: 1 hr. 37 min

Genre: Drama, Mystery & Suspense

Release date: 23 May 2010

Plot: When faced with threat of terrorism involving three nuclear bombs, the military over rides all protocol and calls in a specialist interrogator to extract the location of the bombs from a suspect. For him to do his work, he must be given unlimited power, and with unlimited power,  “H”, the interrogator is ready to do anything to make the suspect confess. Soon, everyone realizes they might have made a pact with a mad man, as H goes about his work. But he is the best at what he does, and in the end, they really have no alternative, and he proves them all wrong.
 
Verdict: It’s a psychological thriller that tests the relationships between people in terms of crisis. It is a shockingly captivating movie that keeps you on the edge, as you try to figure out what the obviously insane “H” might be up to next. But in the end, it’s a little sad as the strain piles up on everyone involved, and even the hardened “H” has to give in. 

Cast: Samuel L. Jackson (“H”), Carrie-Anne Moss(Helen Brody),Michael Sheen(Younger, Yusuf/Younger), Martin Donovan (Jack Saunders)

Directed By: Gregor Jordan
Written By: Peter Woodward
Distributor: Senator Entertainment

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