One-note and xenophobic, "No Escape" is so frustratingly bad that not even a scene-stealing Pierce Brosnan can rescue it.
Promoting "No Escape," Pierce Brosnan opened up on turning down playing Batman and said he'd have no problem with a gay James Bond.
"V for Vendetta's" James McTeigue directs the spy thriller, which also stars Dylan McDermott, Angela Bassett and Robert Forster.
An American businessman moves his family to another country just in time for a bloody coup in this action thriller from John Erick Dowdle.
Kia trades on the former 007's action-star image for "The Perfect Getaway," set to air Sunday during the Super Bowl.
The former 007 continues his Neeson-esque career revival, this time playing a businessman who must take matters into his own hands when a former associate threatens his family and his lfie.
The young actor tells SPINOFF he's living out his Hollywood dreams, playing the Keanu Reeves role in the cult classic’s remake and working alongside his favorite 007 in The November Man.
Pierce Brosnan gets back in the spy game as a former CIA operative on a quest for vengeance.
Unless your name is Sean Connery, the career gods don't seem to be that kind to former James Bonds; Timothy Dalton and Roger Moore both pretty much retreated into the background, and don't get me started on George Lazenby. But Pierce Brosnan? He's headed back to television with a show about the man to make everything alright...