Unbreakable

Unbreakable
Unbreakable
  • PG-13
  • 1h 46m
  • 2000
Fresh70%
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Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson star in a mind-shattering, suspense-filled thriller that stays with you long after the end of this riveting supernatural film. After David Dunn (Willis) emerges from a horrific train crash as the sole survivor -- and without a single scratch on him -- he meets a mysterious stranger (Jackson). An unsettling stranger who believes comic book heroes walk the earth. A haunting stranger, whose obsession with David will change David's life forever.

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Fresh70%
Critics Consensus: With a weaker ending, Unbreakable is not as a good as The Sixth Sense. However, it is a quietly suspenseful film that intrigues and engages, taking the audience through unpredictable twists and turns along the way.
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Common Sense Says
Creepy drama/mystery has some violence, language.

What Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that Unbreakable is a 2000 M. Night Shyamalan movie in which Bruce Willis plays a security guard who begins to understand that he has special powers. Although most of the violence is either brief or offscreen, there are some disturbing scenes. A family is held hostage by a home invader: The father is briefly shown dead in the stairwell while the rest of the family is tied up to radiators looking traumatized. An African American standing on a street corner is hit in the head with a bottle by a man in a moving car who yells, "Go back to Africa!" It's strongly implied that date rape (not shown) has occurred; viewers see a young woman passed out in a bed at a party. The son of the lead character pulls a gun on him and threatens to shoot him as a way to prove that the lead character is impervious to injury. Violence includes news footage and discussion of various disasters (natural and humanmade) and news footage of a train derailment in which nearly everyone is killed. One reference is made to masturbation. Infrequent profanity includes "s--t," "ass," "goddamn," "Jesus," and "Jesus Christ."

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Additional Info

  • Genre:Drama, Sci-Fi, Thriller
  • Release Date:November 22, 2000
  • Languages:English, Spanish
  • Captions:English, Spanish
  • Audio Format:
    5.1
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