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There's nothing on offer here the viewer has, in one form or other, not seen before. Take an executive, add in a deranged IT guy and, of course, a loving family to protect and that's, pretty much it.
The acting is fine and, to be fair, Pierce Brosnan, in particular, hands in a very good performance. The action scenes are polished too. Indeed, in many respects, this film ticks most of boxes you would expect. Alas, this is not enough to save this now rather predictable affair from the label or "ordinary".
Watch by all means, just don't expect to be thrilled or even a little surprised. Six out of ten from me.
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