Mile 22 is an American action thriller movie released in 2018 that featured Mark Wahlberg, Iko Uwais, John Malkovich, Lauren Cohan, and Ronda Rousey in lead roles. Made in the range of $35 Million to $60 Million, the movie was released on August 17, 2018, and grossed around $66.3 Million at the box office.
It is directed by Peter Berg, who in 2018, discussed the possibility of a sequel. The possible sequel has not yet been made official as of 2023.
In this action thriller, CIA operative James Silva leads a lethal paramilitary team on a dangerous mission to transport a foreign intelligence asset from an American embassy on foreign soil to an airfield for extraction -- a distance of 22 miles. Silva and his soldiers must race against time as the city's military, police, and various street gangs track and battle them to reclaim the foreign intelligence asset.
Mark Wahlberg as CIA Agent James Silva / "Child 1", leader of Overwatch, a top-secret CIA Special Activities Division unit
Lauren Cohan as CIA Agent Alice Kerr / "Child 2", a member of Overwatch
Iko Uwais as Li Noor, an ex-Indocarr Special Forces operator and a rogue Indocarr police officer who wants to escape the country
John Malkovich as CIA Agent James Bishop / "Mother", the supervisor of Overwatch
Ronda Rousey as CIA Agent Samantha "Sam" Snow / "Child 3", a member of Overwatch
Nikolai Nikolaeff as Senior Lieutenant Aleksander Aslanov
Carlo Alban as CIA Agent William "Dougie" Douglas III/ "Child 4", a member of Overwatch
Natasha Goubskaya as Vera Kuragina
Sam Medina as Axel
Various other actors
Box Office Performance
Mile 22 was released in the United States on August 27, 2018. It made US$5.3 Million on the first day of its release resulting in a $13 Million opening.
Throughout its run at the box office, Mile 22 grossed a total of $66.3 Million including $37.6 Million in the United States and Canada and the rest of the amount from international territories.
On the online review aggregator website IMDb, Mile 22 has been rated 6.1 out of a maximum of 10 rating by the fans. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 23% based on 192 reviews with an average rating of 4.2/10.
On Metacritic, the movie has an average rating of 38 out of 100 by critics, indicating a “generally unfavorable” review. Overall, the movie met with mixed reception from fans and critics alike praised for its action but criticized for the way it was put together.