There is an emergency incident which requires FBI counter-terrorism unit to interrogate a man who claims to possess nuclear bombs planted in three locations that will go of if his demands are not met. The interrogation involves a special agent who fails to get the information from the man.

The unit recruits another mysterious agent who is allowed to do whatever it takes to find out where the bombs are located, and by whatever it takes means extreme torture. The time is running out, and they do not even know if the bombs actually exist until one of them goes off.

The plot is okay, but there is no fun or whatsoever. Extreme violence? Well, I believe we saw those in Saw. The plot is easily predictable. I don’t know what unthinkable is referred to, probably something I cannot think of and should let it rot there where it belongs. Sigh.

★★★☆☆ acting
★★★☆☆ actors/casting
★☆☆☆☆ story
★★☆☆☆ music/sound effect
★★☆☆☆ direction/composition
★☆☆☆☆ overall

movie: Unthinkable | director: Gregor Jordan | release: 2010