Movie review by Jeffrey Anderson, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 16+

Strong, tough female character wasted in generic thriller.

R 2017 98 minutes

Parents say

age 17+

Based on 2 reviews

Kids say

age 16+

Based on 1 review

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age 16+

An empowered female protagonist

It's an excellent movie. It will interest the higher age group as concepts would be challenging to understand for younger children and might appear boring. It sways away from the black and white thinking of children; so mixed messages can be taken by children in a negative way. It's good for critical thinking and developing a higher sense of awareness about how the world is a scary place

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Great messages
Great role models
Too much violence
age 18+

This Film is Phenomenal.

This Film Is Phenomenal Best film i have watched for a long long time. it puts a microscope into what is going on today in power of government. We live in a very very scary world. when we have to fear our own government, And the deep state Evil elite. Creating false flag operations on its own people. they are more fearful than the terrorists themselves. This film is a real eye opener and BRILLIANT. And to think they put on this review that she is playing a male role. How ignorant and ridiculous. As a male myself, I understand the equality of males and females. and i understand we have male and females in the MI5 And the CIA. and every other agency out there. To say she plays a male role is extremely sexist. and to think they call this site Common Sense media. haha. i think that is hilarious. She is Phenomenal she played the role Perfectly a male just would have been a normal action movie. Using a female for this role was a brilliant idea and why is that such a probelm i dont understand why that is such a problem i find it really odd. to be honest to think our agencies only use male spies. ridiculous. Common Sense hahahaha. really.. !!! i loved this film it had me so involved,. Its fantastic. It would have been so corny for a man to have played this role i think it just adds to the film and she plays it So Brilliantly. I LOVED IT. This is a very serious film and enlightens the issues with false flag operations . And enlightens how far a government will go to kill whistleblowers. People who are trying to do what is right. When you play with the devil eventually he will devour you. Be with God jesus christ may we all be Safe in our land. Amen..

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