Unthinkable


Unthinkable

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671 (6.7/10)

ランタイム: 97 分

発売日 2010-06-14

予算: $15,000,000.00

制作会社:

  • Senator Entertainment Co
  • Lleju Productions
  • Sidney Kimmel Entertainment
  • Kimmel International
  • ChubbCo Film

生産の国:

  • United States of America

ジャンル:

  • ドラマ
  • スリラー

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さらに詳しい情報

Henry Harold 'H' Humphries
Samuel L. Jackson
Samuel L. Jackson
Agent Helen Brody
Carrie-Anne Moss
Carrie-Anne Moss
Steven Arthur Younger
Michael Sheen
Michael Sheen
Charles Thompson
Stephen Root
Stephen Root
Rina Humphries
Lora Kojovic
Lora Kojovic
Jack Saunders
Martin Donovan
Martin Donovan
Agent Vincent
Gil Bellows
Gil Bellows
Agent Leandro
Vincent Laresca
Vincent Laresca
Agent D.J Jackson
Brandon Routh
Brandon Routh
Agent Phillips
Joshua Harto
Joshua Harto
General Paulson
Holmes Osborne
Holmes Osborne
Col. Kerkmejian
Michael Rose
Michael Rose
Mr. Bradley
Randy Oglesby
Randy Oglesby
Alvarez
Benito Martinez
Benito Martinez
Lubitchich
Sasha Roiz
Sasha Roiz
Winston
Dayo Ade
Dayo Ade
Katie
Yara Shahidi
Yara Shahidi
Peter Humphries
Sayeed Shahidi
Sayeed Shahidi
Jehan Younger
Necar Zadegan
Necar Zadegan
Samura Younger
Jillian Bruno
Jillian Bruno
Ali Younger
Coby Seyrafi
Coby Seyrafi
Major Pierce
Chris McGarry
Chris McGarry
CNN Announcer
Angela Martinez
Angela Martinez
ESPN Host
David E. Willis
David E. Willis
Young Sergent
Geoff Meed
Geoff Meed
Observer
Kirk B.R. Woller
Kirk B.R. Woller
TV News Announcer
Kelly Vaughn
Kelly Vaughn
Announcer #2
Bill A. Jones
Bill A. Jones
Soldier
Phil Somerville
Phil Somerville
Bomb Disposal Expert
Austin Nichols
Austin Nichols
Pedestrian with Child
Delaine Yates
Delaine Yates
Casting
John Papsidera
John Papsidera
Original Music Composer
Graeme Revell
Graeme Revell
Music
Graeme Revell
Graeme Revell
Producer
Bill Perkins
Bill Perkins
Producer
Marco Weber
Marco Weber
Director of Photography
Oliver Stapleton
Oliver Stapleton
Line Producer
Samson Mucke
Samson Mucke
Visual Effects
Chris Ervin
Chris Ervin
Key Hair Stylist
Robert L. Stevenson
Robert L. Stevenson
Producer
Caldecot Chubb
Caldecot Chubb
Producer
Vanessa Coifman
Vanessa Coifman
Editor
Scott Chestnut
Scott Chestnut
Director
Gregor Jordan
Gregor Jordan
Production Design
Steven Jones-Evans
Steven Jones-Evans
Writer
Peter Woodward
Peter Woodward
Key Makeup Artist
Francisco X. Pérez
Francisco X. Pérez
Makeup Department Head
Allan A. Apone
Allan A. Apone
Digital Intermediate
Keith Shaw
Keith Shaw
Still Photographer
Dale Robinette
Dale Robinette
Camera Operator
Chris Lombardi
Chris Lombardi
Art Direction
Nick Ralbovsky
Nick Ralbovsky
Visual Effects
Lucas Krost
Lucas Krost
Costume Design
Danielle Hollowell
Danielle Hollowell
Executive Producer
Vince Cirrincione
Vince Cirrincione
Executive Producer
Rachel Rose
Rachel Rose
Set Decoration
Amber Haley
Amber Haley
Costume Supervisor
Marisa Aboitiz
Marisa Aboitiz
Supervising Sound Editor
Chad J. Hughes
Chad J. Hughes
ADR Supervisor
Angela Hemingway
Angela Hemingway
Gaffer
Jack English
Jack English
Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Jonathan Wales
Jonathan Wales
Music Editor
Ashley Revell
Ashley Revell
Property Master
Guillaume DeLouche
Guillaume DeLouche
Special Effects Coordinator
William Dawson
William Dawson
Script Supervisor
Tracy Scott
Tracy Scott
Dolly Grip
Sam Stewart
Sam Stewart
First Assistant Camera
Patrick McArdle
Patrick McArdle
Digital Intermediate
Brian Beard
Brian Beard
Key Grip
Patrick R. Heffernan
Patrick R. Heffernan
Casting Associate
Jennifer Cram
Jennifer Cram
Lighting Technician
Jesse Mather
Jesse Mather
Lighting Technician
Simone Perusse
Simone Perusse
Prosthetic Makeup Artist
Brad Look
Brad Look
Dolly Grip
Jeff Smith
Jeff Smith
Digital Intermediate
James Ahern
James Ahern
Construction Coordinator
Lars Petersen
Lars Petersen

DoryDarko

Unthinkable raises a question which has been an issue for many people all over the world for a very long time, and especially since 9/11. This question is, is it ever justified to torture an individual to save the lives of many? And if the answer is yes, how far can you go? This issue is indeed a very sensitive subject and I think it takes guts for any filmmaker to put it out there in the open like Gregor Jordan did. Add to that the clever fact that he doesn't actually make a choice, but rather lets the audience decide on whatever they want to think and feel, and you have a pretty gutsy and controversial concept. In a nutshell, this film is about a man of American descent who has become a Muslim and has now, as an act of terrorism, planted 3 nuclear bombs in 3 major American cities which will go off in four days. Screenwriter Peter Woodward made some very tactical decisions considering the characters in the story. They are all somewhat stereotypical, but this is no bother because they're all there for a reason. Carrie-Anne Moss, as an FBI investigator, represents the conscience, the sensitivity and the struggle to make the right decision. Samuel L. Jackson is her polar opposite; the brutal, rational, stone cold "interrogator" who does what he does because he's the only one who can and willing to do it. The means he is willing to go to in order to get his subject to talk are almost as unwatchable as they are unthinkable. This is quite possibly the most gruesome film I have ever seen, but that mostly has to do with the fact that the things you see are in fact very real. This stuff does happen, and it's way harder to stomach than any slasher horror movie because it sucks you in emotionally. Intelligence agencies and secret services the world over DO use these techniques, whether we like to believe it or not. All of this sounds like a great opportunity to address a major issue and stimulate people to really think about it, doesn't it? One would like to think so, alas there is one big problem: bad writing. As hard as they try, the filmmakers do not, at any point, manage to evoke sympathy on either side of the fence. Not with the terrorist, for the complete lack of background and motivation, but neither with the people who try to stop him from executing his horrible plans that could claim the lives of millions of people. Especially Carrie-Anne Moss' character, Brody, is quite a pain in the butt because even though her struggle is understandable, quite simply because she's a decent human being, she comes off as kind of naive because she – from a professional point of view – is unwilling to sacrifice the life of one to save millions. Her constant interference gradually becomes increasingly annoying, up to the point that you just want her to get out of the way. However, Jackson's character H. turns out to be such a volatile psycho that you almost start to feel sorry for the terrorist! There is one scene in particular which throws you off so badly that you really don't know what to think anymore. I'll only say that it involves the terrorist's wife, and as much as I would like to warn you, I don't want to give any spoilers, but you can take it as a warning anyway... It'll make your skin crawl. The rest of the characters are about as lively and relevant as cardboard-cut-outs, I've already forgotten about most of them, but they don't really matter to the story anyway. However, all of this could have still turned into a decent film, if it wasn't for one major flaw: the horrible ending. It's so incredibly hollow and unsatisfactory that it leaves you wondering why the hell you just spent an hour and a half watching a man being tortured, if there was absolutely no point to it?! It could have been worthwhile if only the filmmakers had any resolve to offer, but there is none. Why did the terrorist do what he did? We don't know. Did the agents accomplish anything? Not really. So what's the point? There is no point. It's just 90 minutes of torture, bad decisions and failure. That's it. Overall, it's not all bad. There is some really good dialogue and despite aforementioned flaws and inconsistencies in the script, there are a few really good scenes which do involve one into the minds of the people on screen. The actors do the best they can with what they're given, Samuel L. Jackson is as reliable as ever and Carrie-Anne Moss is convincing in her role, which makes me sad to think that since The Matrix and Memento, she hasn't really had any memorable roles, and that's too bad because she is a good actress. Michael Sheen as the terrorist is good too, though it's hard for him to make his character a 3-dimensional human being because the writers offered him no history or character development whatsoever, but he definitely makes his character's "in-the-moment emotions" work from scene to scene. So, final conclusion. I wouldn't really dissuade anyone from watching this film, you now know what to expect and it does offer some interesting food for thought here and there, but you should really understand that this film is pretty challenging, mentally as much as physically. And don't watch this if you're under 18. Seriously. _(November 2013)_

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