- WARNING! Do not commit acts of terrorism. There are people like H (played by Samuel L Jackson) that will make you renounce your religion faster than you can say Allah.
Take all of Jackson's most crazy and bad ass roles and roll them into one, then give him the job of being a torturer/interrogator for the government, and you have H. This man knows no limits. And each time you think to yourself "he can't possibly do anything worst than that", and each time he proves you wrong.
Michael Sheen also played his role very well. There were times when you felt sorry for him, and wanted Jackson to let him be, but then he'd flip those feelings on you and make you feel like a pu
ssy for ever feeling sorry for him.
Carrie-Anne Moss is very appreciated in her role (Trinity from the Matrix). Most movies like this are usually missing the trifecta that Unthinkable has; the bad guy playing mind games, the good guy who does bad things to stop the bad guy, and a woman in an authoritative role but is conflicted by morality and getting results. Carrie-Anne Moss as Agent Brody played her part very well and it just goes to show you that no part is too small.
I can't believe I never saw any previews for this movie. It went straight to DVD which is insane considering how good it is. Everyone played their part well and it's on the subject of terrorism, but it tackles that area better than a lot of movies of the same genre. After watching this movie, despite how many people are against the US torturing and using certain methods...I have to say, I think we could prevent a lot of these acts if we were just up front about what we're willing to do once we apprehend any suspects. We say one thing in order to belittle other countries, yet usually end up using their very methods for a solution. Man up America, man up. I rate this movie: Very Good