Unlocked Parent Guide
Rating & Content Info
Why is Unlocked rated R? Unlocked is rated R by the MPAA for violence and language.Violence: - Frequent non-graphic violence. - Brief explicit violence. - Violent acts shown in realistic detail with blood and tissue damage. - Disturbing scenes. - Grotesque images. Sexual Content: - Embracing and kissing. Profanity: - Use of profanities and coarse language. Alcohol / Drug Use: - Tobacco use.
Page last updated August 31, 2017
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News About "Unlocked"
Unlocked is scheduled for to hit North American screens on September 1, 2017. But the thriller has already opened in Europe (May 5, 2017). Reviews from these foreign markets have not been very favorable. That is prompting a limited US theatrical release.
Based on a screenplay by Peter O'Brien, the story follows a CIA interrogator (Noomi Rapace) who reluctantly agrees to "unlock" information from a jihadi operative. But about the time she thinks she's done her job, she gets a phone call from another agent asking her to break the same terrorist. That's when she realizes there is something wrong with the assignment. Now both the US and Britain are in trouble. And Alice is uncertain who she can trust.
Like many other spy dramas, this one is fraught with double crosses and violent confrontations. Yet as the pace picks up, the plot appears to fall down, leaving most critics disappointed with the outcome.
Cast and Crew
Unlocked is directed by Michael Apted and stars Noomi Rapace, Orlando Bloom, Toni Collette .
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A biological weapon must also be found before it infects mankind in the movie Inferno. Noomi Rapace can be seen in Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows. Orlando Bloom appears in The Lord of the Rings franchise. And Toni Collette gives an amazing performance in The Way Way Back.