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Movie Genres: Action, Adventure, War
Movie Language Is: English
Movie Quality Is: HDRip
Director Iss: Dante, Josh Hodgins
Writer: James Nasimi
Movie Cast Is: James Hong, Michael Madsen, Rebekah Kochan
Seven year-old old twin brothers, separated during the Civil War in Tajikistan, face each other years later in a new war where one is an American soldier and the other is Taliban.
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A risible misfire of a contemporary war drama, the low-budget “Unfallen” stands as an epic fail on all fronts.
The ham-fisted saga, co-directed by Josh Hodgins and the single-named Dante, begins in early ’90s Tajikistan (courtesy of Washington state), where a pair of 7-year-old twin brothers are left orphaned by civil war, resulting in one of them being adopted by a Denver couple.
Fast-forward a decade, with grown-up, stone-faced Rustam (the film’s writer, James Nasimi) joining the U.S. Army and shipping off to Afghanistan, where he ultimately comes up against his long-lost Taliban-trained brother, Suhrob (also Nasimi), discovering that the two still share fundamentals aside from a pair of the most ridiculous beards since the faux facial hair in “Team America: World Police.”
Only slightly more convincing are the wobbly Middle Eastern accents that keep surrendering to their obvious American origins and the scenes with Michael Madsen as a corrupt U.S. general, which appear to have been air-dropped into the production at a later time and place.
Madsen’s understandable desire to get in and out of this technically inept mess as expediently as possible is evidently shared by James Hong (the affectionately irascible voice of Mr. Ping in the “Kung Fu Panda” movies), whose similarly top-billed presence amounts to mere minutes seated behind a desk.
Hopefully his chair was more comfortable than the film’s painfully wooden dialogue.