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The Unbroken

2.9 out of 5 stars 361 customer reviews

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Sarah Campbell has to start her life over again after a messy divorce leaves her broken, lost, and alone for the first time. After moving into a neglected apartment, strange things begin to happen including visions of a little boy in the mirrors. Passing them off as her "crazy imagination", things intensify when she starts to have nightmares of torture by a "shadowy figure". As her dreams become more vivid, so do her encounters with the ghostly child who begins to terrorize her and cause "accidents" wherever she goes. Through an encounter with her charming neighbor (Daniel Baldwin), Sarah realizes that he may be the "shadowy figure" that she has been dreaming about...and that the little boy may be a messenger from the other side with a horrifying secret...

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  • Actors: Daniel Baldwin, Warwick Davis, Tracy Wiu
  • Directors: Jason M. Murphy
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Surround Sound, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Inception Media Group
  • DVD Release Date: June 11, 2013
  • Run Time: 99 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (361 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00BTFK09G
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #68,301 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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I've mentioned this before in some of my previous book reviews, but I am an absolute sucker for a good ghost story; as such, the same can be said for ghost movies as well. The problem is that they seem to be few and far between. With modern-day films about ghosts, we many times get rehashed genre staples that don't break any new ground. Fortunately, THE UNBROKEN does not adhere to that description. Although not perfect, this film does entertain, if you can make your way through it.

I have to tell you up front that it was sorta difficult for me to get through the first 3/4 of this film. Overall, the movie is pretty well done...but the acting started bugging me pretty quickly into it. This is particularly true for the character of Tommy, portrayed by Patrick Flanagan. Whether it is his acting style or the scriptwriting, the dialogue he presents just seems forced and unrealistic.

But, THE UNBROKEN does keep you intrigued enough along the way to look past that. The mystery that Sarah instantly becomes involved with is interesting and kept me guessing right up to the end. No matter what I thought was happening in the film, I was wrong, and it was a nice twist at the end that made me smile in appreciation.

The film is shot well and the special effects look pretty good, especially considering the lower-ended budget. The acting, as mentioned above, is where the film stalls for me, though. I would not consider it to be enough of a deterrent to keep you from watching the film, but I do have to warn you in advance not to expect Oscar-worthy performances.

Still, if you can find the will-power to muster through THE UNBROKEN, the ending should justify your time (for the most part). I'm going to give a neutral recommendation on this one, however, because some folks may not want to devote an hour and 40 minutes to this. But I enjoyed it and am glad I fought to the end. The film is available now on DVD and VOD.
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Maybe my opinion is biased by my nostalgia, having grown up in the 80's and spent many a muggy summer night renting movies like April Fools Day, Woodchipper Massacre and Witchboard. The Latter of which this film reminded me of, especially the feel, the red headed lead even has a semi revealing shower scene ala Tawny Kitaen-although I think this was more coincidence rather than homage. Warwick Davis is great (duh)-Daniel Baldwin shows the other less adept performers how to convincingly chew through the dialogue. Movies like this have found a stable venue on channels like SyFy and Lifetime not just DVD and streaming, which makes for ample places to hopefully stumble upon it. I watched the movie in the company of my adult son and enjoyed it, but would have no problem having watched it with my gal-pal who is not a fan of horror movies-especially since this one feels more like suspense. Check it out, lots of fun!
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By Bill H on September 21, 2014
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The only reason I finished watching this is because I had it as a background movie while working in my shop. It's no movie to actually actively watch- front and center on the T.V. with a bowl of popcorn and a beer. It would have been a waste of good popcorn and beer. 1) The acting stinks. In fairness to the actors, however, it's tough to act well when the dialogue stinks. 2) The dialogue stinks. It's as wooden as the project I'm working on in my shop and unbelievable. One scene shows our two heroes arguing out on the street insulting each other in what was probably meant as some sort of comic relief. Besides highlighting that this movie doesn't need comic relief (it just needs relief in the form of being euthanized), the dialogue highlights the lack of chemistry between the actors. And, of course, the screen writer wrote this scene because it's the standard off-the-shelf formula for any bad movie of any genre (horror, cop, western, scifi, Disney kid flick) where two different personalities have to team up to solve some sort of mystery). In fact, the whole plot is pretty much off-the-shelf formula. 3) The plot stinks. Unimaginative and completely predictable. No surprises including the creepy twist at the end. About half into the movie, it's evident there can only be one possible creepy twist ending, so it's a simple matter to backtrack as to how the movie will unfold. "A List" actors and great dialogue could not have saved this movie from this tired plot.
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If you are into ghost stories, this is your movie. Scary mixed with some humor, but definitely ghost from beginning to end. The acting wasn't top notch, but over all, this was a very satisfying movie, that caught my interest all the way through.
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When this movie FINALLY ended, the one thing I was left wondering was how anyone could spend money producing it. It was that bad. Not that Daniel Baldwin is normally Oscar worthy, but he was absolutely wasted here. There were some elements of creepiness, but the storyline was awful and the conclusion even worse. It was supposed to be scary, but many of those parts were actually funny. I would not recommend wasting your time on this one.
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I don't understand all the negative reviews of this movie. It was different, the characters
were pretty well done and mostly likable, and I thought the dialogue was actually above
average for movies of this budget, contrary to some reviews.

You can see where it's going early, but the ending is nicely done, with a nice little
twist that made me smile. Well worth a look, or even a rent, if you don't have Prime.
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