AngryTownsman’s review published on Letterboxd:
The Foreigner is portrayed as a Death Wish style movie in its trailer. And there are many similar plot points, but it has more than that.
The emotions Jackie Chan brings to this movie are intense. There is political chicanery spread throughout as well.
Does he get his revenge? yes. Is it hollow? unfortunately. Nothing is going to bring back his family.
The choice for using the IRA versus religious terrorist organizations is fitting for this movie. As Jackie Chan's journey of revenge for his daughter's death, mirrors some of the facets of the IRA struggle.
You kill one of mine, I kill 2 of yours. You retaliate to that with 4, I retaliate with 8. So on and so forth. The cycle of revenge and retribution never truly ends.
It is nice to see that Jackie Chan still handles action scenes well. He may not be performing stunts as extreme as he used to, but everything fit well here.