Reviews: Wrath of Man (2021)

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  • Andrea Chase @ KillerMovieReviews.com
    • Excerpt: Statham is, as always, Statham, and that is why we are here.
  • Herman Dhaliwal @ Cinema Sanctum
    • Excerpt: Wrath Of Man is a signal that Gur Ritchie has plenty more to offer under his sleeve beyond his typical flourishes. It’s A+ cinematic savagery, and easily among Guy Ritchie’s very best work.
  • James Jay Edwards @ The Big Smoke America
  • Charlie Juhl @ Citizen Charlie
    • Excerpt: Guy Ritchie may have found a special connection to the material and dreamed up an innovative way to bring it to life, but the world needs him on The Gentlemen, it needs him on Snatch. Let a lesser talent pick the lower-hanging fruit.
  • Lee Jutton @ Film Inquiry
    • Excerpt: Perhaps our expectations were too high after 16 years of waiting, and that’s why the film is such a letdown. For Wrath of Man fails to make the most of an inventive story structure and a typically solid Statham performance, smothering both under a layer of bland masculinity with none of the style and swagger that made Ritchie’s early work so memorable.
  • Brent McKnight @ The Last Thing I See
    • Excerpt: It’s dumb and empty and mean, and not particularly memorable, except for the odd flourishes that make moments stand out.
  • Jared Mobarak @ JaredMobarak.com
    • Excerpt: Whether the growing pains getting there could have been avoided or not, the final act is worth it.
  • [New] | Aaron Neuwirth @ We Live Entertainment
    • Excerpt: Statham may not have the widest range outside of steely cool and sarcastic Cockney … but he’s at the top of his game here.
  • Matt Oakes @
    • Excerpt: As its title suggests, ‘Wrath of Man’ is a hyper-violent, hyper-masculine Guy Ritchie crime caper that follows the fallout of a heist gone wrong. With engaging action, crack editing, and a merry male band of bad-doers, the action-thriller delivers pulpy violence and rousingly calculated, if at times circuitous, plotting.
  • Eddie Pasa @ DC Filmdom