I don't know whether to put this in movies or 2nd Amendment category. It's a pretty good action/spy/shoot-em-kill-em flick, but the star-executive producer Pierce Brosnin makes one outrageous statement that shocked me out of my semi-sleep state. Attempting to reassure a woman that if the bad guys (either Russian or CIA, take your pick) kill her, "you'll never feel a thing. A bullet traveling 4,000 feet per second" will hit you and you won't feel it.
This guy's supposed to be a retired CIA assassin (do they really have them?) who kills about 30 Russian and CIA troops in this movie alone. FOUR THOUSAND FEET PER SECOND? What kind of ammo is that, now? Okay, there have been some bullets that have been more than 4,000 fps, but these are not rounds that an assassin would use. A .220 Swift with a 48 grain bullet isn't a serious man-stopper. And the .223 isn't a good sniper rifle.
Despite that and the fact that it blames the second Russia war in Checnya on a rogue CIA bigwig, not a terrible movie.