Interrogation full movie review - The movie did have a twist at the end that made sitting through the entire movie worth it.
"If you know what you're looking for you can prevent it all from ever happening." Lucas Nolan (Copeland) is the best interrogator in the city.
After a terror plot is uncovered it is up to him to find out where and when. The suspect they have knows the answers but won't give them up easy. The only choice him and his team have is to play along with his games in hopes of finally uncovering the truth. This is a movie where you pretty much get what you expect. A type of 12 rounds sequel that tries to be much more than that. The acting is what you would expect from a WWE movie and the tenseness comes across as forced and a little cheesy at times. The suspect he is interrogating is written to convey a pretty in your face message which wouldn't be so bad but the fact that his dialog is just a series of clichés it weakens his impact. All that said, the movie did have a twist at the end that made sitting through the entire movie worth it. Overall, a very mediocre movie that is saved by the end, only because I didn't see it coming, but it also could have been that I wasn't really paying that close attention to it. I give this a C.