The Protégé movie review: Maggie Q vs Michael Keaton in action thriller that’s entertaining but unremarkable

//The Protégé movie review: Maggie Q vs Michael Keaton in action thriller that’s entertaining but unremarkable

The Protégé movie review: Maggie Q vs Michael Keaton in action thriller that’s entertaining but unremarkable

2.5/5 starsThe Protégé, the latest action potboiler from Bulgarian fight factory Millennium Films, stars Maggie Q as the eponymous assassin who returns to Vietnam, her homeland, to avenge the death of her mentor Moody, played by Samuel L. Jackson.Directed by Martin Campbell, who twice rescued the James Bond franchise from obsolescence with Goldeneye and Casino Royale, the film is competent yet unsurprising, as we have come to expect from the company that rose from the ashes of Canon Films,…

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