Kid reviews for The Foreigner

Common Sense says

Jackie Chan out for revenge in violent, lackluster thriller.
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Parents say

age 16+
Based on 9 reviews

Kids say

age 14+
Based on 7 reviews
Kid, 12 years old January 16, 2021

Sex, Violence in Jackie Chan thriller

There is frequent strong violence and some sex scenes. There is also TONS of swearing.

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Teen, 14 years old Written byTeen Machine February 20, 2020

Fairly gruesome and lingual but a very good movie!

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Teen, 13 years old Written byjeffblue1234567890 February 12, 2018

really good

i think that the foreighner is well made the graphics statled and impressedme at the same time

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Teen, 14 years old Written by12 Savage January 16, 2018

Great movie

It’s a great thriller with intense action. Is better for mature audiences.

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Teen, 13 years old Written bytommygreen04 January 10, 2018

Intense action-packed thriller is very entertaining but mature.

In the UK this film is rated a 15 for very strong language, strong violence and injury detail.

Violence- 4/5
Some very violent scenes in here. The bombing in the beginning is probably the most violent as you see a lot of and very detailed blood and gore.

Language- 4/5
Strong language ranging from "f--k" to "w--ker".

Drugs- None

Sex- 3/5
While no nudity is shown sex is implied within the first 20-30 minutes. However towards the end there are two people just finished having sex and say things such as "Did you c-m?".

Notes-

The film is about terrorism, which because of recent times may be a sensitive topic.

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Teen, 17 years old Written byKid2016 December 17, 2017

A very exciting and enticing film

Jackie Chan plays the grief stricken father bent on revenge, this movie shows a form of acting by Jackie Chan rarely seen before as there is absolutely no humour in the movie. As an asian and having the family of immigrants to the UK from Vietnam it was a relatable and very accurate display of some of the opposition faced by Immigrants.


The film itself features several violent and graphic moments, with some graphic loss of limbs and several shootings and blunt hand to hand extreme violence. The Jackie Chan fighting style is very much still there however in a more sinister way.
There are some sexual themes but overral it isnt really graphic.
Not to be sexist but perhaps this is a movie for boys that can stomach gore and violence that are over 14, any older and the movie us basically open to anyone.

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Teen, 17 years old Written bysilentaproductions October 17, 2017

Not so much Jackie till the end

Revolving around the "need" for revenge, this film captures an interesting plot that has its audience turn on their "detective reasoning."

Should You Watch It? If you're looking for a lot of action from Jackie and not so much a detective movie, then you may or may not like it. Expect a lot of political play as well. Just know it gets better towards the end.

My rating: 7.1/10

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