One of espionage thriller specialist Tom Clancy's most famous characters is finally getting a full-length film adventure of his own, with Michael B. Jordan starring in the movie released this week.
Release date: April 30, 2021
Director: Stefano Sollima
Cast: Michael B. Jordan, Jamie Bell, Jodie Turner-Smith, Luke Mitchell, Jack Kesy, Brett Gelman, Colman Domingo, Guy Pearce
Run time: 109 minutes
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Originally intended for a full cinema release, only for it's big screen moment to be nixed by the global pandemic, this action thriller is based on the 1998 Clancy book of the same name and features the familiar figure in the Jack Ryan universe of John Clark.
The film follows elite Navy SEAL on a warpath of revenge. This follows after his pregnant girlfriend is murdered in apparent act of of retaliation for Clark's part in taking out a group of Russian special forces in Syria during a hostage rescue mission.
Joining forces with Clark in his pursuit of payback are fellow SEAL (Jodie Turner-Smith) and a shadowy CIA agent (Jamie Bell), with the mission unwittingly exposing a covert plot that threatens to engulf the U.S. and Russia in an all-out war.
Bringing together the team of screenwriter Taylor Sheridan and Italian director Stefano Sollima who were behind the drug cartel thriller sequel Sicario 2, it's a movie likely to satiate the appetite for anyone hungry for some VHS-era action movie thrills.
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