Unthinkable

Unthinkable is a 2010 American suspense thriller film directed by Gregor Jordan and starring Samuel L. Jackson, Michael Sheen and Carrie-Anne Moss. It was released direct-to-video on June 14, 2010. The film is noteworthy for the controversy it generated around its subject matter, the torture of a man who threatens to detonate three nuclear bombs in separate U.S. cities.

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Unthinkable - Reception
... In the end, Unthinkable doesn’t answer the question.. ... the aesthetic realism and apparent seriousness of Unthinkable is a mask for the absurdity of its content and reactionary politics" making it more than just a "night ...
Mortimer J. Adler - Philosophy - Moral Philosophy
... is really good for us.The principle is self evident because its opposite is unthinkable ... It is unthinkable that we ought to desire anything that is really bad for us and it is equally unthinkable that we ought not to desire everything that is really good for us ...
The Lost Train Of Thought - Plot
... such as Jealousy and Anger in, the Unthinkable could occur causing mass destruction to The World ... succeed in destroying The Tide and recapture The Seems, but the Unthinkable is about to occur ... With the so little time left before the Unthinkable occurs, Becker has no choice to use the In-Betweener, an automated freight line previously used to pile wares ...
Theological Noncognitivism - Overview
... cognitively meaningless if and only if S expresses an unthinkable proposition or S does not express a proposition ... and time, cannot be seen or measured and it actively hates blue spheres is an example of an unthinkable proposition ... It is unthinkable and unverifiable ...
Think The Unthinkable
... Think the Unthinkable is an audience sitcom about hapless management consultants, written by James Cary and first broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in 2001 ... team hired for one episode in Series 1, but he had joined Unthinkable Solutions full time by Series 2 ... April 2007 saw a repeat of Think the Unthinkable, starting at series 1 on BBC7 ...

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