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Wrath of Man Review: Guy Ritchie and Jason Statham Reunite

When it comes to crime films, Guy Ritchie has a distinctive style. Most of them are about a group of British lads, who manage to stumble into a situation that could either make them a lot of money or get a lot of them killed, but through tenacity, bravado, and the occasional odd circumstance manage …

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Wrath of Man Red Band Trailer and Tickets Go on Sale

United Artists Releasing has revealed the new Red Band trailer for Wrath of Man, the new revenge thriller which re-teams director Guy Ritchie and actor Jason Statham. Watch the Red Band trailer for the film, opening in theaters on Friday, May 7, using the player below. After a deadly ambush on one of its armored …

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Guy Ritchie to Direct Jason Statham in Spy Thriller Five Eyes

Following their collaborations with the hit film The Gentlemen and the upcoming Wrath of Man (formerly known as “Cash Truck”), Miramax is re-teaming with acclaimed director Guy Ritchie for globetrotting spy thriller Five Eyes, starring action phenomenon Jason Statham (Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw, The Meg, Spy, Crank). Ritchie will direct and produce …

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The Gentlemen Review: The New Guy Ritchie Action Comedy

If it’s not broke, don’t fix it? Or alter it in any way? This is generally the studio approach to creative decision making, and from a purely commercial standpoint it makes sense. So much effort is spent finding something which works the first time, why take risks with reinvention? Sure it impacts longevity, but weighed …

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Aladdin Review: A Whole New World Brought to Life

Much has been made in recent years of Disney’s decision to start converting its properties into live-action films. Many arguments have been made about this decision, with many even wondering what is the point. I would argue that the point of an adaptation is to not only bring the story to life but to sometimes …

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