You can tell right off the bat that Angelina Jolie‘s Unbroken (Universal, 12.25) is handsome, exacting, strikingly performed and generally well made. Obviously. But…Jesus, I’m almost afraid to say this out of fear that Universal marketing execs will take revenge when it comes to Phase One and Phase Two buys. I’ll put it as delicately as possible. While I expect that I’ll probably be genuinely moved and seriously impressed during my first viewing, I’m already getting the feeling that I may not want to see Unbroken twice…no offense. It’s obviously dealing with loads of strife, struggle and pain, and once may be enough. On top of which we’ve all gone through the “alone and adrift at sea” thing twice over the last two years (via Life of Pi and All Is Lost). And we’ve all suffered in various Japanese P.O.W. camps via The Bridge on the River Kwai, King Rat, Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence and The Railway Man. I’m not saying it won’t be a very good or great film. I’m just saying there’s baggage.