M16 agent Jack Stratton Dominic Cooper, an individual from the Special Boat Service—the U.K's. Navy SEALs—loses his long-lasting accomplice in an Iranian operation that goes all to hellfire in record time. Also, he isn't excited when his predominant (a chilly Connie Nielsen, all thin, manager from-hellfire suits and quite elegant emphasize; simply call her the more trendy M) sets him up with gung-ho American agent Hank (Austin Stowell). Stratton is plainly endeavoring to begin a Bond-or Bourne-esque establishment with Dominic Cooper as the main UK Special Boat Service agent. One may feel that the SBS would bear the cost of an exceptional interpretation of the administrative agent versus awful folks equation, yet by and by, the film doesn't try too much else besides the same trite story we've seen a million times in this sort.
|Stars:||Dominic Cooper, Austin Stowell, Gemma Chan|
|Writer:||Duncan Falconer (based on the novel by), Warren Davis II (screenplay by)|
|Release Date:||05-Jan-2018, USA|
|Overall Ratings:||/ 5|
Review and Rating of Action, thriller movie Stratton directed by Simon West with starcast Dominic Cooper, Austin Stowell, Gemma Chan