Wrath of Man

critic Reviews

, 66% Fresh Tomatometer Score
  • Wrestling just enough stakes out of its thin plot, Wrath of Man sees Guy Ritchie and Jason Statham reunite for a fun, action-packed ride.
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    tt stern-enziWXIX-TV (Cincinnati, OH)
    It feels like the kind of film you want to see in the theater. It's the start of this season, and it's about time.
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    Kristy PuchkoCrooked Marquee
    Nothing in Wrath of Man suggests that Ritchie is having fun anymore-not with the crime genre, and not with filmmaking.
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    Mark KennedyAssociated Press
    There is menace, a dull darkness and stillness, as if he's watched "Heat" too many times.
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    Matthew MonagleAustin Chronicle
    Unsurprisingly, this stripped-down soundtrack serves as the perfect counterpoint for Ritchie's direction, adding an element of the funereal to even the most visceral action sequence.
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    Tim CogshellFilmWeek (KPCC - NPR Los Angeles)
    It hits every one of those genres nice and hard, and it pops. It's going to go at number two among my [favorite] Guy Ritchie films.
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    Christy LemireFilmWeek (KPCC - NPR Los Angeles)
    It's just a dirty piece of fun, and I enjoyed it!
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    Mark JacksonEpoch Times
    It's understandable that it gets stifling in one's wheelhouse, but it becomes clearer with each new movie that Ritchie might want to just, you know, stay in there, maybe bring in some plants, an air purifier, paint the place, and buy some new furniture.
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    Vincent SchillingIndian Country Today
    Simply put, Jason Statham doing what he does best. But interestingly, the movie paves a way for an intriguing Jason Statham future.
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    Matt LynchIn Review Online
    [Wrath of Man] is exciting in a purely technical, for-heads-only way, in that you don't give a shit about any of it, but it sure does look spectacular.
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    Jay HortonWillamette Week
    Separated into four chapters, Wrath of Man shoehorns a heist flick into the traditional revenge yarn, but a shotgun marriage of the genre's hackneyed plotlines further dims investment in the succession of charmless dolts.
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