Unstoppable (2004 film)
|Directed by||David Carson|
|Produced by||Boaz Davidson
|Written by||Tom Vaughan|
|Music by||Louis Febre|
|Edited by||David Jakubovic
|Distributed by||Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment|
Unstoppable is a 2004 American action film directed by David Carson, and starring Wesley Snipes, Jacqueline Obradors, Stuart Wilson and Kim Coates. The film was released in the United States on October 30, 2004.
A former CIA agent and ex-Special Forces member Dean Cage (Wesley Snipes), is in a rehab program, haunted by a botched mission in Bosnia which resulted in the execution of his best friend Scott (Cristian Solimeno). While in a restaurant waiting for his girlfriend, Detective Amy Knight (Jacqueline Obradors), who happens to be Scott's sister, he is mistakenly believed to be a CIA agent involved with a stolen military experimental truth serum. He is abducted by the real thieves and injected with the drug, which makes him relive the moments from the failed Bosnian mission and not able to discern who are his allies and who are his enemies. Amy has six hours to find the antidote and save Dean's life.
- Wesley Snipes as Dean Cage
- Jacqueline Obradors as Det. Amy Knight
- Stuart Wilson as Sullivan
- Kim Coates as Peterson
- Mark A. Sheppard as Leitch
- Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje as Agent Junod
- Vincent Riotta as Det. Jay Miller
- David Schofield as Dr. Collins
- Nicholas Aaron as McNab
- Kim Thomson as Agent Kennedy
- Jo Stone-Fewings as Agent Gabriel
- Cristian Solimeno as Scott Knight
- Gary Oliver as Sullivan's Driver
- Andrew Pleavin as Cherney
It is set and filmed at Baltimore Maryland and Los Angeles, California in 42 days on March 2 and April 13, 2003.
The credit song is "Move" from Leroy and Denoyd.
- Internet Movie Database. "Credit song soundtrack". http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0349889/soundtrack.
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