Unlocked

2017

Action / Drama / Mystery / Thriller

155
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 24%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 79%
IMDb Rating 6.1 10 7968

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Cast

Noomi Rapace as Alice Racine
Orlando Bloom as Jack Alcott
John Malkovich as Bob Hunter
Michael Douglas as Eric Lasch
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1hr 38 min
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1hr 38 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by wowhaaa 4 / 10

Spymovie with twists, a good director and good actors, what could go wrong?

Everything, in this case.

1st: Spymovie - we've seen many of these and Unlocked unlocked (huh!) every possible twists and clichés a spy-movie could offer for the viewer.

2st: Twists - like stated above,there are many, and exactly because of the huge amount of them, if you've ever watched any Mission Impossible, or Bourne movies, you will find out the next one BEFORE they even happen.

3rd: Good director, who has no superpowers to make a great movie from a "ctrl+c ctrl+v" screenplay, that is full of plot holes, non-senses, clichés. He is still doing a great job, and at least keeps the pace up, making Unlocked a somewhat watchable action-movie.

4rd: Just look at the credits, Noomi Rapace, John Malkovich, Toni Colette, Michael Douglas. Oh, I almost forgot that Orlando Bloom was in the movie, too. It's hard to use that many talent in a single movie, and despite all of the stars worth their money and doing alright, they are too much at once.

*SPOILERS FROM HERE*

I will elaborate my statements above,and you will agree with me once you saw the movie.

Since you know it is a spy-movie, you know from the very start, that nobody can't be trusted. Everybody knows that.

Except the main character, who is a CIA interrogator and should've known better, but she seems the most clueless person in the entire world for the most part of the movie. She's been played and fooled as may times as possible.

Alright, the whole CIA isn't any better as it took them almost a day to notice that their VIP captivate with the whole CIA team escorting him did not arrive to the final destination.

Now let's see some clichés!

Michael Douglas plays the wise old mentor of the main character a la Jon Voight in the 1st M:I movie. Surprise! He will die early. Surprise! He will return later. How and why is the "main ""twist"" " in the movie so I won't tell you right away. You can find out easily on your own at the very moment he dies on screen.

More clichés are like flashbacks to (supposedly) fill up plot holes and make our jaws drop. Did not work. Silent white haired bad guy. (Lethal Weapon and Da Vinci code should ring a bell) Useless funny characters, a secret apartment to hide at with keys above the fire extinguisher etc. etc.

Let's move on to the too many stars in one movie problem. Poor Orlando Bloom who suffered the most (in my opinion). He is in the movie for like 30 minutes. During this short time he meets and makes friends with protagonist, fights alongside her, turns against her, then disappears. Yes, disappears as nobody knows for sure what happened with him but all honestly nobody will care in the end. Again, Alice was the silly one here who trusted the military trained guy who all accidentally showed up at the supposedly secret apartment in the very moment she arrived.

These moments ruin the entire movie. Also, Alice is an interrogator, still she's the one who tracks down the public enemy No.1 bad guy in the end and assassinates him which also makes zero sense.

I could go on and point out all these disturbing moments and non-senses, but you better watch it yourself. Or not, if you listened closely.

They had all the chance to make a good movie but Unlocked wanted to be much more than that. And it failed.

Reviewed by velvetcactus 8 / 10

Excellent espionage thriller

I came to this movie cold, just knowing it starred Noomi Rapace who is always watchable. Playing an interrogator who has stepped away from the front line following an incident in her pasta, she is drawn back in when a young courier is seized by the intelligence services. She adopts a different approach to her colleagues and just when you think you know how the film will play out, we learn that not all is as it seems and the film moves up a level.

To say more would be to ruin an interesting journey with a stellar cast on good form including Toni Collette, Michael Douglas & John Malkovich as well as a supporting turn from a recently underused Orlando Bloom. Former Bond director Michael Apted does a good job shooting London in a fresh light.

Don't let the negative reviews put you off seeing this film and you will be in for a twisty-turny treat

Reviewed by Harrison Tweed (Top Dawg) 7 / 10

The all star cast couldn't save this OK cliché'd film

Great cast, great acting, decent directing and editing but the writing was all over the place. Even the all star cast couldn't save this OK cliché'd film, and full of clichés it was. Had the story been a little tighter with less (and unnecessary) surprise (barely) plot twists (predictable), I would have enjoyed it more. Would I watch it again? Nope. It's a 7/10 from me.

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