The Expatriate review

An ex-CIA agent and his estranged daughter are forced to flee

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Aaron Eckhart is a man on the run in a Euro-thriller that desperately wants to be Bourne. Living in Antwerp with his sulky teenage daughter (Liana Liberato), Eckhart’s ex-CIA spook is targeted by his own government after he starts asking too many questions.

Cue overcast car chases, secret files in station lockers, bathroom brawls with ugly henchmen and shadowy boardroom chin-stroking from Olga Kurylenko as the Langley string-puller on his trail.

Eckhart makes a decent Damon stand-in, but there’s nothing here than hasn’t been done (better) before.