Wrath of Man: With maximum adrenaline and a hundred cinematic performance. Guy Ritchie and Jason Statham walk together like bread and butter, a duo that will not disappoint anyone in their new film together. Far received the nickname "British Tarantino" for light rudeness, humor and witty dialogues. Human Wrath (Ruthless Justice or Awaken the Rage, 2021) is not your typical Guy Ritchie film.Jason Statham
To lightly fry in the argument of the French film "Le Convoyeur" (2004). Wrath Of Man starts off like your typical action comedy, but as the plot progresses, it gets darker and newer information unfolds.
A film that more closely resembles Michael Mann's Heat (1995) than the idiosyncratic filmmaking style we've seen in works such as Pull (Pigs and Diamonds; 2000) or Castle, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (Games , Traps and two smoke guns; 1998)."Human anger"
A solid but unusual film for Guy Ritchie that many of us are not yet used to. Richie has long since moved away from his roots; Except for his last attempt at returning to Los Caballeros (2019), a tape released directly for Netflix, in which he partially regains his original identity.
Something similar happens with Jason Statham, whose career has left behind witty and charismatic characters, in order to focus for a while on the prototype of a daring figurine.
"Wrath Of Man" is no exception to this acting change in Jason Statham. Jason Statham, like a glove, approaches his role as the mysterious H. A character with a dark past and an ambiguous present, more like a frightening thriller than an action movie.
It is, after all, a gripping robbery film about conflicts over masculinity in civilized times; animals, wildlife and human survival; family betrayal and tragedy; and a huge but HUGE amount of shots fired in all caps during the last act.