📀 Cammmalot 📀’s review published on Letterboxd:
”I prefer to lose myself in the dizzy food comfort of synthetic cheese and impossible meat."
Welcome to Guy Ritchie’s version of HEAT, in which he does away with all those pesky cops as well as any sense of a linear structure.
Seriously, the first half of this film feels like somebody accidentally dropped the only draft of the original script and scrambled to reassemble it before anyone noticed.
However, buried deep within is a pretty nifty Statham film that nicely fuses heists and revenge flicks with some great dumb action and a banger of a final set-piece.
”Just be mindful that I can only look confused for so long.”