The Foreigner


Action / Crime / Drama / Mystery / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 62%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 74%
IMDb Rating 7 10 78,974


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April 6, 2019


Charlie Murphy as Sarah
Jackie Chan as Chien Fu
Katie Leung as Fan
Pierce Brosnan as King Arthur
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832.33 MB
23.976 fps
113 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by bigbucketofjomama 9 / 10 / 10

Best Jackie Chan movie in 20 years

I love this movie through and through. I've made all my friends and family watch it, and I've seen it myself no less than a dozen times. It is precisely my cup of tea. Why? Well, I'm not too great at explaining myself or critical thinking on film, but I'll give it a shot. The pacing. Starts out with a bang, dials it way back, then turns up gradually. We don't so much see a mystery unfold as we do go through a process somewhat behind the eyes of Jackie Chan's character. He takes his time, not that he bides it. The fallible hero. Jackie Chan is old. You didn't know? Well he is. And it shows. They don't try to go the Stallone route where he somehow hasn't lost a step and can fight a tank even though he's in his 70's. When he gets hit, it hurts. No more 30 minute long fights with ladders and folding chairs. The villain. Pierce Brosnan is one of my faves, and he turned up a good performance, in my opinion. An ex-extremist gone soft, playing politics. His presence enough would've been enough to satisfy, but he played the part well. Thankfully. The score/soundtrack. Carpenter-esque, and it really sets the tone. Keeps it tense. People who aren't familiar with Carpenter might liken it to the score used in Stranger Things. And I think it's perfect. I guess those are the major points. Now go watch it. It may be the last time you get to see Jackie Chan in a decent movie.

Reviewed by yskwong-255-848245 8 / 10 / 10

Best Jackie Chan Movie in a Long Long Time

Was a huge fan of his movies made earlier in his career. Lately, most of his movies had been nothing but disappointment, until The Foreigner. Jackie Chan isn't young anymore, but he was able to show that he still have some juice left. Pure action, his stunt trademarks, and not too much of CGI (unlike recent movies where poor CGI effects really spoilt the films). I will not spoil it for you, just got watch it, and you'll not regret it.

Reviewed by tclementdev 8 / 10 / 10

More than the Jackie Chan revenge movie you think it is

The trailer is misleading, it's much more than a Jackie Chan revenge movie. There's a lot of Irish/British political IRA storyline going on. The character portrayed by Pierce Brosnan is also really good and interesting. Feels like a Tom Clancy kind of movie. Good stuff!

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