The Foreigner

The Foreigner (2017)

Never push a good man too far

  • Genre: Action, Thriller, Drama
  • Release Date: 2017-09-28
  • User Rating: 6.8/10 from 778 ratings
  • Runtime: 1h 53min
  • Language: 普通话
  • Production Company: Sparkle Roll Media
  • Production Country: China, United Kingdom
  • Director: Martin Campbell
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From 778 Ratings

Summary

Quan is a humble London businessman whose long-buried past erupts in a revenge-fueled vendetta when the only person left for him to love – his teenage daughter – dies in a senseless act of politically-motivated terrorism. His relentless search to find the terrorists leads to a cat-and-mouse conflict with a British government official whose own past may hold the clues to the identities of the elusive killers.

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  • Pierce Brosnan

    as Liam Hennessy
  • Jackie Chan

    as Quan Ngoc Minh
  • Orla Brady

    as Mary Hennessy
  • Rory Fleck-Byrne

    as Sean Morrison
  • Charlie Murphy

    as Maggie / Sara McKay
  • Liu Tao

    as Keyi Lan
  • Michael McElhatton

    as Jim Kavanagh
  • Lia Williams

    as Katherine Davies
  • Katie Leung

    as Fan
  • Ray Fearon

    as Commander Richard Bromley
  • Shina Shihoko Nagai

    as Journalist
  • Manolo Cardona

    as Pedro Lopez
  • Simon Kunz

    as Matthew Rice
  • Dermot Crowley

    as Hugh McGrath
  • Pippa Bennett-Warner

    as Marissa Levett
  • Roberta Taylor

    as Mrs. Taylor
  • Rufus Jones

    as Ian Wood
  • Niall McNamee

    as Patrick O'Reilly
  • Jorge Leon Martinez

    as Forensic Officer
  • Dilyana Bouklieva

    as Paramedic
  • Mark Tandy

    as Simpson
  • Lasco Atkins

    as Soundman
  • Stephen Hogan

    as Christy Murphy
  • Paul Terry

    as I.R.A. Guard
  • Dino Fazzani

    as Firefighter
  • Lee Nicholas Harris

    as Police officer
  • Branwell Donaghey

    as Ginge
  • Dolly Jagdeo

    as Teacher
  • Glenn Webster

    as Police Officer / SO19
  • James O'Donnell

    as Sniper 3
  • Sean Campion

    as Byard Cary
  • Kevin Hudson

    as Hennessy Guard
  • Ilan Goodman

    as Landesman
  • Ryan Early

    as Scotland Yard Receptionist
  • David Annen

    as Prime Minister
  • Kornelia Horvath

    as Passerby
  • Joe Watts

    as Lout
  • Simon Lenagan

    as Electrician
  • Caolan Byrne

    as McCormick
  • Ekran Mustafa

    as Pub Punter
  • Mike Ray

    as Businessman
  • Michael Billington

    as MI5 Tech
  • Garry Marriott

    as Paramedic
  • Paul A Munday

    as Construction Worker
  • Rohan Mehra

    as News Reporter
  • Adrian McGaw

    as Jacko
  • Glen Stanway

    as Hennessy Guard
  • Charlotte Worwood

    as Burn Victim
  • Pete Meads

    as Traffic Walden
  • Melissa Galloway

    as Student
  • Gerald Tomkinson

    as Airport Passenger
  • Chris Groundsell

    as Bridge Passerby
  • Billy Totham

    as Footballer
  • Jane Thorne

    as Mrs. McAllister
  • Shaun Lucas

    as Dog Walker
  • Bron James

    as Journalist
  • Edward Scott-Clarke

    as Prime Minister's Aide
  • Dan Twine

    as News Reporting Camera Operator
  • Matt Rentell

    as Police Officer
  • Tim Baros

    as Passerby
  • Mark Windham

    as Pub Punter
  • Steven Langley

    as Hennessy guard
  • Nicolas Savidis-Macris

    as Passerby
  • Emma Jerrold

    as Woman at Airport Bar
  • Neal Beagley

    as Hardened IRA (uncredited)
  • Darren Tassell

    as Pub Customer
  • Mark Battershill

    as Police Officer (uncredited)
  • Alexander Cooper

    as Airport passenger (uncredited)
  • Pamela Betsy Cooper

    as Business Women (uncredited)
  • Tom Dab

    as Passerby (uncredited)
  • Begona F. Martin

    as Airport Passenger (uncredited)
  • Roberto Gomez Martin

    as TV News Cameraman (uncredited)
  • Hugh Irvine

    as Belfast Business Man (uncredited)
  • John Cronin

    as Denis Fisher
  • Donna Bernard

    as Channel A News Anchor
  • Aaron Monaghan

    as Pat Nugent
  • David Pearse

    as Billy McMahon
  • Scott Sparrow

    as Daniel Barrie
  • Seán Gleeson

    as Billy Mahre
  • Thusitha Jayasundera

    as Mira
  • Jonathan Cullen

    as Security Expert
  • Grainne Keenan

    as Beth
  • Stuart Graham

    as Inspector Donal Greig
  • Julian Druker

    as Channel B News Reporter
  • Robin Oakley

    as Channel B News Reporter
  • Aden Gillett

    as Ross
  • Charlie Bewley

    as Joker
  • Bill Buckhurst

    as Airport Police Officer
Writing Stephen Leather Writer
Directing Martin Campbell Director
Writing Peter Buchman Writer
Writing David Marconi Screenplay
Sound Cliff Martinez Music
Production Jackie Chan Producer
Crew David Tattersall Cinematography
Editing Angela M. Catanzaro Editor
Production Wayne Marc Godfrey Producer
Production D. Scott Lumpkin Producer
Production Jamie Marshall Producer
Production Arthur M. Sarkissian Producer

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