Unlocked

Unlocked

Unlocked

Noomi Rapace (Prometheus) and Orlando Bloom (The Lord of the Rings) must stop a biological attack on London in this CIA thriller from the director of The World is Not Enough. Co-stars John Malkovich, Michael Douglas and Toni Collette.

2017Rating: MA15+98 minsUK
ActionCrimeThriller
Director:
Michael Apted ('The World is Not Enough', 'The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader', 'Enough', 'Gorillas in the Mist')
Writer:
Peter O'Brien
Cast:
Noomi RapaceOrlando BloomJohn MalkovichMichael DouglasToni Collette

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

Spies, terrorists, remote-controlled bombs... Unlocked's components are all too familiar, and it doesn't put nearly enough effort into making them feel fresh.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Apted ... brings nothing fresh to the formula besides the minor innovation of dropping an action heroine into a male-dominated field.

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The Guardian

The 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.

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Variety

Variety

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.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

The movie becomes a relentless series of fake-outs and reversals, as if half a season of 24 had been compressed into under two hours.

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The New York Times

The New York Times

I suppose this went down easily enough for me because I grew up with this kind of stuff, and can surrender to it as a kind of cinematic comfort food. But still.

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Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

A straight-ahead political thriller that fails to ratchet up the requisite tension despite its timely subject matter and (largely) effective cast.

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RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

Neither good enough to justify the talents on display nor bad enough to at least make it perversely memorable.

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Village Voice

Village Voice

Staid and formulaic, though well-executed.

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