Sean Penn bulked up and threw his hat into the action ring currently dominated by Liam Neeson and, while it’s a decent attempt, The Gunman is just an average action movie.
Taking down the serial killers and murderers of London that John Luther has to deal with already makes him a bad ass but dealing with them without a gun puts him over the top.
The final hours tick down as Jack, Kate, Chloe and Belecheck have to find Cheng, rescue Audrey and stop World War III.
The stakes are incredibly high as Jack and Kate rush to recover the override device and capture Cheng before a full blown war erupts between the US and China.
An old foe arrives in London as things escalate into a potentially World War III triggering mess on the third to last episode of Live Another Day.
Jack finally comes face to face with Margot in an attempt to stop the drone threat once and for all.
Jack and Kate race to get to Simone, who is in critical condition at a local hospital, before Margot realizes what happened and bombs her out of existence with a drone.
Jack is back in the field officially with Kate in toe to find Karl Rask, an arms dealer with possible info on the location of Margot Al-Harazi.
Jack gets sidelined temporarily as President Heller and the CIA believe they have a lead on Margot, who is ready to begin her attack on London.
Jack manages to get into the US Embassy in London and gets the vital flight key of Lt. Tanner’s drone, but is forced to take hostages when the embassy is locked down and the decryption of the key takes longer than expected.