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Jack Reacher: Never Go Back (2016)

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Investigator Jack Reacher (Tom Cruise) springs into action after the arrest of Susan Turner (Cobie Smulders), an Army major accused of treason. Suspecting foul play, Jack embarks on a mission to prove that the head of his old unit is innocent. After crossing paths with the law, Reacher must now go on the lam to uncover the truth behind a major government conspiracy that involves the death of U.S. soldiers.

Jack Reacher: Never Go Back

Jack Reacher: Never Go Back is an American movie action thriller directed by Edward Zwick and written by Zwick, Marshall Herskovitz and Richard Wenk. A sequel of 2012 film Jack Reacher, the film stars Tom Cruise, Cobie Smulders, Patrick Heusinger, Aldis Hodge, Danika Yarosh and Holt McCallany. The plot follows Reacher up on-the-run with a commander of the army who was wrongly framed for espionage.

Principal photography began October 20, 2015 in New Orleans and the film was released October 21, 2016 in IMAX and conventional formats. It received mixed reviews and was a recipe of $ 60 million.


After dismantling brigade of trafficking in human beings, Jack Reacher returns to his former military headquarters to meet the staff Susan Turner, who helped him in his investigations, to learn of his former rival, Colonel Sam Morgan, thatTurner was accused of spying and detained.

Turner’s lawyer, Colonel Bob Moorcroft, reveals that there is evidence that Turner was involved in the murders of two soldiers in Afghanistan, but Reacher thinks she is framed. Moorcroft also reveals an old acquaintance of Reacher, Candice Dayton, filed a paternity suit against him, claiming that he is the biological father of her 15 year old daughter, Samantha Dayton. Moorcroft is then killed by a murderer known as the “The Hunter”.

Reacher reaches for Samantha, but she rejects him, believing he is after her biological mother because of his past as a drug addict. Reacher is later framed for the murder of Moorcroft and detained alongside Turner. Assassins arrive to kill them but Reacher neutralizes saves Turner and they escape to the house of Morgan, after deducting he is involved in the conspiracy, to extract information. After they left, the Hunter kills Morgan and supervises Reacher.

Reacher and discover Samantha Turner surveillance images and assume she is in danger, coming to his home to find her dead adoptive parents and Samantha hiding in the kitchen. After learning of a friend, the sergeant Leach, he has also been framed for the death of Morgan, Reacher decides to escort Samantha to a private school for protection, but discover that she has her mobile phone with her and the enemy probably knows exactly where they are. They undo the phone and make a quick exit, in which Samantha steals a backpack of a student to use credit cards.

Reacher, Turner and Samantha go to New Orleans in search of Daniel Prudhomme, the only eyewitness to the murders Turner was charged. They find an abandoned warehouse full of drug addicts and learn that Prudhomme is linked to Parasource, a private military organization trying to conceal the killings. Reacher contact the friend of Turner, Captain Anthony Espin to transfer Prudhomme in custody, but they are ambushed by assassins and Prudhomme is killed while Reacher rescues Espin and discovers that the murderers are Parasource entrepreneurs. The Director General of Parasource, General James Harkness, then sends his executioner, the hunter to capture Samantha after she uses a credit card to order room service.

Reacher and Turner, with Espin, acting on information provided by Prudhomme, flight intercept weapons due to leave the country, where they confront Harkness and his men and accuse them of corruption. When opening the boxes, however, Espin find weapons as stated in the flight manifest. Before Turner could be arrested again, Reacher opens a weapon crates and discovers that they are filled with opium. They learn that Harkness framed Turner, who investigated its activities for the murders of two soldiers who discovered that Harkness was selling weapons to insurgents and drug smuggling to the United States. Espin and his men then stop Harkness, clearing Reacher and Turner names.

The hunter and his men locate and hunt Samantha in the streets to attract Reacher in a confrontation. Turner kills murderers, while another Reacher comes out on the roof. The hunter capture Samantha and threatens to kill her, but she managed to escape and steal his weapon. Reacher then addresses the hunter on another roof, preventing the short-term, and they have a vicious fight that culminates Reacher breaking the arm, leg and neck of the hunter, before dropping it from the roof. Reacher then Samantha admits he could be her father.

After the arrest of Harkness, Turner is reinstated in his former position and returns to his office, where his colleagues and the captain Espin welcome him. Reacher promises to stay in touch before meeting Samantha to dinner to meet Candice, conjecture that it will recognize as he remembered everyone with whom he slept. Samantha reveals that the waitress who served him was actually Candice and that Reacher could not be his father because they did not recognize. Reacher and then Samantha reluctantly part.

While preparing to leave, a phone rings in the pocket and finds Reacher phone Samantha, she had slipped on his pocket, with a last farewell. Reacher smiled as he rushed to the nearest town.

Release date:October 21, 2016

“Heartbreak is how many of us first learn self-discipline,” my psychology professor said. “Your heart is screaming at you. It’s aching in your chest. But your mind says, ‘We’re okay. It may not feel like it, but I know it. We’ll be just fine.’ And this is where we learn mind over matter.”

My heart wrenched in my chest, and I looked across the lecture hall. There he sat, staring down at his hands. I knew he could feel my eyes on him, so I looked away. My heart begged me to look over again, but my mind told me I’d be just fine, even if I didn’t ever look again.

—  excerpt from an unfinished book #131
She flinched when he reached out to push her hair back from her forehead, feeling shame creep up her neck the second her body reacted this instinctively, caving in like a house of cards. She hadn’t meant to pull away, not consciously, not so violently that he noticed. Pain flashed in his eyes. It was something that kept happening and was completely out of her hands, like every part of her body knew to withdraw at his touch, even though her brain, her rationality, told her not to. And she shouldn’t have, because her brain also told her that he was where she felt safe, that he was home.
“What is it?” He was careful, afraid that she wouldn’t want to talk about it, that she would grab her coat and walk out the door without explanation like she so often did when she got upset. Her mind was pure chaos, her head was throbbing painfully. The urge to leave, to run from the situation, made her legs itch and her heart pound faster.
“I-” The words wouldn’t come. She’d never voiced them, never said what fear had been buried inside her for so long. The right to know was his, as was the attempt to finally understand her. So she spoke.
“I feel so incredibly selfish.” It wasn’t what he’d expected at all, she could see that. His brown eyes were wide, his gaze questoning. “I need time. I always need a lot of fucking time to let someone in.”
“I know that.”
“I’ve been hurt in the past.”
“I know-”
“But I know it doesn’t give me an excuse to act like I do. To run from you when things get hard or when you get too close and to be so goddamn unapproachable. Everyone’s been hurt before, everyone’s heart’s been broken at least once and I feel so egoistic to wrap myself in my sadness and use it as an excuse when it’s not.” He waited for her to nod when he reached out again and when she allowed his touch, his fingers entwined with hers. She exhaled with a deep sigh.
“I just don’t think it’s fair of me to always say I’ve been hurt when others have it worse. I don’t think you should be the one that has to endure my moods.”
“But I love you. You’re scared and that’s okay. We have all the time in the world if you want to take things slow. Besides, what does it matter that other people have it worse, as you said? You have the right to remember and to cry and to complain. You have the right to take your time to heal. There is no shame in admitting that you don’t feel ready to open up again.” She glanced up at him with teary eyes and squeezed his hand.
“The pain we feel doesn’t get better or worse if we compare it to other people’s pain, remember that.”
—  excerpt
I break my own heart
every now and again
just to give myself the feeling
that maybe,
just maybe,
it’s still there
after all the pain.
—  E. Grin
I think I’ve finally lost it. Actually, I probably lost it a long time ago; I knew you could never want me, but for you to point blank tell me you want her. I lost it. I cried and screamed and shut everyone out. And over what? A stupid crush? Me thinking we could actually have something? Believing you when you told me that I’d find love with someone and me thinking it could be you? I lost it. And now I’m broken and hurting, and this is the one time I can’t ask you to pick me back up.
—  Excerpt from a book I will never write #1189

“I didn’t want to hurt you,” he said, I felt my eyes water and my heart begin to break,

“Then, why? Why are you leaving me?” I cried. His head fell, he cast his eyes to the ground and said,

“I just don’t love you anymore.”

—  Excerpt from a book I will never write #1190 // it’s over // @kaydavis167 on Instagram 
And I wanted to love her, oh god I wanted to love her. But what I felt wasnt love. It wasn’t anything, she was so broken and I wanted to fix her. Oh I wanted to fix her but I couldn’t do it anymore and I knew it would hurt her but I couldn’t do it anymore.
—  Excerpt from a book I will never write #1191 // i won’t kill myself trying to mend her pieces.