Starring: Samuel L. Jackson, Carrie-Anne Moss, Michael Sheen
Unthinkable is literally about the unthinkable. Samuel L. Jackson is an interrogator that has no limits. He will not stop until the terrorist reveals his secrets. Agent Helen Brody has more of a moral dilemma with his integration methods. But can she stand idly by when so many (including themselves) could die in the next few days.
This movie is about what is morally right. Is torture only wrong if is not done for your own noble reasons. How about if it is to save millions of lives? What if you could prevent three nuclear bombs from detonating. What would you allow to be done to the one man that knows the locations of these bombs?
I found this movie very entertaining but be warned it has a few gruesome torture scenes.