Unthinkable (2010)


This a Covid-19 2020 minireview!

“Every man, no matter how strong he is, lies to himself about something. I will find your lie. I will break you.” – H.

Number of Times Seen – Twice (13 Jun 2010 and 10 Aug 2020)

Brief Synopsis – After capturing a terrorist, an FBI agent and a counter-intelligence interrogator differ on how to get information from him about an impending attack.

Bottom Line – Great film that is enhanced by the performances of Samuel L. Jackson and Carrie Anne Moss. The story itself is quite powerful and relevant to the world we live in and this film shows us both sides of the equation; whether to be more humane to the terrorist or try and stop more victims from new attacks. The debate in the film is presented really well and we can easily believe that this kind of things could, and probably has, happened.  The story is fast paced and remains gripping from start to finish de to the way they present things. Recommended!

MovieRob’s Favorite Trivia – The assistant to “H” is played by Steve Lucescu, a stunt fighting/martial arts coordinator for dozens of well known films. (From IMDB)

Rating – Globe Worthy (7/10)

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