A battle-scarred War on Terror bounty hunter is forced to go to London on a manhunt for a disavowed CIA operative, which leads him into a deadly running battle with a former military comrade and his private army.


Matthew Hope


Matthew Hope





Credited cast:
Sylvia Hoeks ... Leigh
Gbenga Akinnagbe ... Pete Samuelson
Joseph Millson ... Tony Deighton
Elliot Cowan ... Terry McKnight
William Fichtner ... Mike Brennan
Perry Fitzpatrick ... Logan
Warren Rusher ... Tech Contractor Phil
Steven Blades ... Ethan (as Steven Bartle)
Mingus Johnston ... Security Operator Dave
Ray Bullock Jnr ... Security Operator Keith
Rinat Khismatouline ... Ivan
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ann Akinjirin ... Security Engineer (as Ann Akin)
Saif Al-Warith ... Leo - McKnight Bodyguard #1
Yasen Atour ... Hotel Bodyguard
Yavor Baharov ... Oleg


Jack Collins (Milo Gibson) is a war-junkie and former Navy SEAL turned bounty hunter who tracks down terrorists as part of the CIA's outsourcing to private companies. Battling personal demons, the powers that be think he is becoming a liability so his CIA handler Leigh (Sylvia Hoeks) offers him one last chance to keep fighting, sending him to London for a job. There, he finds himself part of a three-man team tasked with hunting down a disavowed CIA Operative called McKnight (Elliot Cowan) before he procures a WMD from Russian gangsters and disappears. Together, Collins, Brennan (William Fichtner) and Samuelson (Gbenga Akinnagbe) find themselves locked in urban tactical combat with a former colleague, Deighton (Joseph Millson), and his private army, hired by McKnight as protection. Both sides fight smart and as casualties and betrayal mounts on both sides, Collins refuses to be defeated as he battles his way to an explosive climax.

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The World is a Battlefield


Action | Thriller

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Rated R for strong violence, and for language throughout including some sexual references | See all certifications »

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When headed to "let's go get paid" a sign is seen out the window with '666' on it. Mark of the beast in All the Devil's Men. See more »


After the ambush on John Deighton goes wrong, they break into a BMW by smashing the side window, later on in the next scene it can be clearly seen that all windows are intact when they are driving through London. See more »

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Great action movie
20 January 2019 | by bingobongbangotangoSee all my reviews

This is a solid movie and a great action movie. The plot is mostly predictable and probably something you've seen before. What makes the action great is the realism. The gun fighting is up there and believable. Sure our hero survives a few times he shouldn't but that's what makes it an action movie. My biggest complaint is probably that the payoff didn't really exist. "Mission Accomplished" came to mind at the end. What was it all for?

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24 January 2019 (Portugal) See more »

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