Action / Drama / Mystery / Sci-Fi / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 70%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 77%
IMDb Rating 7.3 10 376491


Uploaded By: OTTO
December 14, 2012 at 10:18 PM


Robin Wright as Audrey Dunn
Bruce Willis as David Dunn
Samuel L. Jackson as Elijah Price
M. Night Shyamalan as Stadium Drug Dealer
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750.49 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 46 min
P/S 7 / 67
1.45 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 46 min
P/S 28 / 252

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by fizha-12528 9 / 10

Good Ending

I enjoy the plot, the characters are strong enough. I like when it flashback so we get the clear explanation about what was happening in the past. And what I love from this movie is the ending. It gives us a messege that bad experience in childhood impacts to sick psyche

Reviewed by WubsTheFadger 6 / 10


Short and Simple Review by WubsTheFadger

The premise of the plot is extremely interesting and was the first thing that lead me to watch this film. The story is very good in the beginning but gets weaker towards the middle. The ending is just okay. There are a few unneeded scenes throughout the film.

The acting all around is very good. Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson both do a great job. Bruce Willis is the highlight in this film.

The pacing is a little slow and the runtime is a little overlong.

The plot twist is okay. It is a little bit stunning but does not leave a lasting impression.

Pros: Interesting premise, good acting, Bruce Willis' performance, and an okay plot twist

Cons: Slow pacing, overlong runtime, story gets weak in the middle, needed a strong plot twist, and some unneeded scenes

Overall Rating: 6.5

Reviewed by leeh-03147 10 / 10

about unbreakable


Unbreakable(2000) starring Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, and Robin Wright, was a courageous act of audacity by M. Night Shyamalan; portraying a risky story that could've or partly did, disappoint audiences. With a great burden of the success: Six Sense, the movie in which brought a completely anonymous name to the Hollywood box office, Shyamalan gave us another taste of his originality that left me with unequivocal bewilderment. This truly is a one of a kind director that shows his boldness in ways that are impossible to see today. With incredibly high expectations from both critics and audiences, Shyamalan does it again with the movie Unbreakable.

What if superman was on earth and didn't know he was super? (- Quentin Tarantino) This truly is the perfect equation for this movie. Unbreakable goes under the genres of drama, mystery, thriller; but genuinely, it's an origin story for a super hero. This movie starts with a doctor frantically sweating as he examines a newborn infant. He soon concludes that the infant has broke all his arms and legs just from coming out of the womb. This abrupt start gave a thrilling chill to me and a great taste of how the movie was going to lay out. As the movie proceeds we soon learn that this infant is Elijah(Samuel L Jackson). The next scene occurs in a train with Bruce Willis's character David Dunn. A few minutes pass with this man and we learn all that we need to know about our protagonist; with an excess of one of the best cinematography and original camera work I've ever seen. We learn that David has problems with his marriage, has a fear of water, and quit football a long time ago. These characteristics which seem irrelevant soon lay out to be the fundamental roots of the problems that David faces. The scene fades to black and judging from the sirens, we assume the train has crashed. To our surprise, David is alive without a single scratch; the sole survivor. He returns home dumbfounded and resumes his days as a security guard in a football stadium. Elijah soon approaches him and questions if David has ever been hurt. This question haunts David until he finally accepts to talk to Elijah. Elijah owns a comic store and is passionate about them. Shyamalan did a perfect job filling each characters with so much depth as there is a scene when Elijah scowls at a customer for trying to buy one of his "arts" for a kid in purposes that disturbed Elijah's moral beliefs. The script of this movie shows layers and layers way beneath the surface of a character and portrays them with such original passages and scenes. Proceeding, Elijah's statement is that if there is a being like him, that can break his bones so easily, there must be a being the complete opposite. Here lies the first hidden plot of this movie. Shyamalan is already hinting the similarities of the characters by referencing their direct opposite differences. This brought to the movie an outpouring of realism; almost to the point of forgetting this is a superhero movie. Time passes and David starts to believe in Elijah as more sequences ensue. As you probably guessed, Elijah and David become friends for helping each other find their true places in the world and the movie comes to an end as David finally becomes what he was destined to be. The ending twist of the movie was a huge surprise as it was a huge disappoint to the people at the time. The ending shows Elijah as the main antagonist of the movie. After a few minutes of Shyamalan's authentic flashbacks and dialogue, it just makes sense. Everything makes sense. The reason why Elijah's character is so full of detail and magnificently intricate, why they're both described as opposites and so much more of the main plots of the movie just comes out of the shadows and dazzles us in such perfectly edited shots. Elijah had planned all the catastrophes to find the right hero that can give him a meaning; a true meaning in existing; as Mr. Glass, the rival or enemy as Elijah states. Elijah's final words are that he finally has a place in all of it and even true enemies which have the most distinguishable differences can also be the friends. Regardless of what any of the critics said at the time; comparing this movie with six sense even though they were completely distant movies, Unbreakable is an undeniably marvelous movie and it is Shyamalan telling you to find your place in the world, whether a superhero or a villain, everyone has a role in this world. You just have to find it, deep inside your heart.

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