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Now Showing In Budapest: 'Unlocked'

22.06.2017
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Now Showing In Budapest: 'Unlocked'
"A CIA interrogator is lured into a ruse that puts London at risk of a biological attack."


Movie type: Action, Thriller

Director: Michael Apted

Script: Peter O'Brien

Starring: Alice Racine - Noomi Rapace, Jack Alcott - Orlando Bloom, Bob Hunter - John Malkovich

Length: 1h 38min

Rated: PG-13

Reviews:

Guy Lodge - Variety - Top Critic: ” Michael Apted's efficient but unstylish film has only a prestigious cast of supporting slummers - Michael Douglas, Toni Collette, John Malkovich - to distinguish it from a "Spooks"-style TV outing.”

Stephen Dalton - Hollywood Reporter - Top Critic: ” Apted ... brings nothing fresh to the formula besides the minor innovation of dropping an action heroine into a male-dominated field.”

Peter Bradshaw - Guardian: ” It doesn't break much in the way of new ground, but that isn't exactly the point - it rattles along and Apted tackles it with gusto.”

Source: cinemareview.com





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