A convert to Islam sends the U.S. government a tape showing him in three nondescript storage rooms, each of which may contain a nuclear bomb set to detonate in less than a week. Helen Brody, an FBI agent in L.A., is tasked with finding the bombs while a CIA "consultant", known as H, interrogates the suspect who has allowed himself to be caught. The suspect, whose wife and children have left him and disappeared, seems to know exactly what the interrogation will entail. Even as H ratchets up the pressure, using torture over Brody's objection, the suspect doesn't crack. Should H do the unthinkable, and will Brody acquiesce? Is any Constitutional principle worth possible loss of life?
FBI Agent Helen Brody has to team up with a black-ops interrogator to press a suspect terrorist into divulging the location of three nuclear bombs, each programmed to detonate in a different city. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Unthinkable torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: A movie really about nothing. At first, I didn't think I was going to like it, but after a while I became interested in what was going on.
(fr) wrote: Gleeson's portrayal of Churchill is excellent. The film is not entirely driving in terms of its narrative, and it could have painted some of the intricacies of Churchill's character a little better, but it is a compelling biopic well worth watching.
(ca) wrote: So this was advertised as Tarentino meets Bonnie and Clyde, guess that's drew me in...yeah so not even close. It was actually pretty good, up until the end, about the last 15 min. The story was about some crazy lovers, which had been seperated by Prison. After reuniting the girl is trying to pick up where they left of, to where the guy seems like a changed man. Like I said pretty good until the end when the whole story takes a deep dive into the worst ending. Little dissapointing.
(es) wrote: Sounds preety sweet!
(kr) wrote: Im a big Lewis Black fan, and this is a great showcase of his comedy
(it) wrote: Strange but interesting story! I think! ... I have to watch it again!
(jp) wrote: Seriously, worst movie I've ever seen!
(ag) wrote: Mesmerizing, the only problem I have is the use of English dialogue. The score will haunt you forever as will the images.
(ag) wrote: Watched this in film class as well. Pushed some very touch boundaries in film - very well done.
(kr) wrote: I will always consider this a great anti-romantic comedy. I liked the idea of characters lying, cheating, and deceiving each other throughout the entire film. It's hard to imagine anyone else filling the shoes of Clive Owen, Natalie Portman, Jude Law, and Julia Roberts because each of them contributes something special that made this picture extremely memorable. I think the title fits the movie because no matter how close the characters get emotionally, they are never successful when it comes to acquiring genuine and utter connection. Each character is strong in their own way, yet weak also. That rings very true to life because we are all damaged creatures, striving to be loved regardless of how we see the world and the people that live in that world. This film provides fascinating characters that are highly suitable to in-depth character studies. It's nothing short of excellent.
(kr) wrote: Hackman is a masterful actor but that's all there is to it. You have to wait for suspense to start for much too loooong.
(br) wrote: This was a really awesome movie, loaded with star power, and based off a Frank Miller comic. This film did everything right, Willis, Rourke, and Owen all made great heroes, with Mickey Rourke's character perhaps being one of the most badass I have seen ever on screen. A great story paired with great special effects like never seen before helps make Sin City one of my all time favorites.