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M. Night Shyamalan's follow-up to his megahit The Sixth Sense. Bruce Willis is David Dunn, an ordinary man who makes an extraordinary discovery when a train accident leaves his fellow passengers dead and him unscathed. Searching for answers, he starts to find them in the mysterious Elijah Price (Samuel L. Jackson), a man who suffers from a disease that renders his bones as fragile as glass.

Drama, Science Fiction


Rating: M Medium level violence


Empire (UK)


Great performances, moments and ideas. If it doesn't provide the tidy ending that made The Sixth Sense a talking-point, that might not be a bad thing.

New York Times


What Unbreakable shows is Mr. Shyamalan's remarkable growth as a director.

Chicago Sun-Times (Roger Ebert)


Even if the ending doesn't entirely succeed, it doesn't cheat, and it comes at the end of an uncommonly absorbing movie.

Hollywood Reporter


An intriguing story executed with visual panache and fine acting performances.

Variety (USA)


The presence of pop culture refs via comics makes quite notable the absence of any humor or sense of fun, just as it makes its pretentions to deep meaning and self-importance all the more specious.

I could find a fault with it.

As a guy who grew up reading comics, someone who watches every superhero movie that comes out, and someone who has always loved the different stories and takes on good and evil, I have to say that this movie takes the cake and sets the bar for what an origin, let alone superhero movie should be.