Review: Quan is a humble London businessman with a buried past. He seeks justice when the only person left for him to love is his teenage daughter, who is killed in an act of terrorism. He sets off in search for the terrorists and is in conflict with the British government official who may have the clues to the killers’ identities.
Director: Martin Campbell
Actors: Katie Leung, Jackie Chan, Rufus Jones, Mark Tandy, Caolan Byrne, Aaron Monaghan, Pierce Brosnan, Charlie Murphy, Orla Brady, Lia Williams, Michael McElhatton, David Pearse, Pippa Bennett-Warner and Tao Liu
Genre: Action and Thriller
This time Jackie Chan takes on Pierce Brosnan. A film made for Netflix. The Foreigner is based on a novel called The Chinaman which was published in 1992. After watching this film it is not one that you will come away thinking about for days. It is rather a forgettable film but while watching it it is rather enjoyable. Watching it though I did get the impression that both Jackie Chan and Pierce Brosnan both enjoyed working together. The character that Pierce Brosnan plays a former terrorist who has become a successful politician. There is a scene in this where a double decker bus gets blown up. While filming for this scene, in February 2016, two reports were made to the London Metropolitan Police about a “terrorist attack” made on the Lambeth Bridge, after local citizens were not told of the planned filming.