Nate Richard’s review published on Letterboxd:
Wrath of Man is an engaging, badass, and brooding film from Guy Ritchie, showing a different side of him as a director. This is a much more restrained film from him, his mannerisms aren't as prevalent, but that doesn't make the film any less engaging. The central story, while told in a way that at times feels disjointed, is compelling and because of this the film never once feels as if it's dragging. Jason Statham's performance feels menacing and unpredictable, this is the best he's been in awhile. Ritchie does a good job at balancing the action and the dramatic beats and when the violence is present, it has an actual impact. Easily one of the biggest surprises of the year so far and one that I definitely can recommend taking the trip to the theater for.