A Chamber Drama that disappoints
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This was an ok movie - Carrie-Ann Moss and Samuel L. Jackson try to get the whereabouts of three nuclear bombs from an American turned terrorist. One uses torture, the other wants to use verbal negotiation. In the end, the movie falls flat, as there is nothing new we learn about the ethical dilemma of using unethical methods on one person to save several millions. If you are looking for a movie to kill time, there are worse ones out there. If you want a great one, keep looking.
May 13th 2024
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