Curiously when fellow bearded Den Of Geek writer, Matt Edwards, interviewed Mr Adkins it transpired that the fight scene wasn’t all it could be.
I once made the mistake of watching it as part of a beer and pizza night and after several imbibes had no clue what was going on.
It’s a slick and intriguing little action thriller and a considerable way better than Chaos, which Stath had filmed several years earlier, and is notable for being yet another film in which he stars alongside Jet Li, which is no coincidence when you know that they share the same manager, Steven Chasman, who has also produced a fair few of their movies, including trilogy and more.
Those who love the moment where Frank Martin flips a car in the air and flies it upside down in order to remove a bomb from the undercarriage on a hook, while the detonator is held by a women who’s content to wander round in see through bra, and those who think that’s a load of stupid nonsense. Be warned the language doesn’t get any prettier, in a film in which all the characters have potty mouths.
appears to be the only film directed by Hunter Richards, and information about it seems a little thin on the ground.
film, which the world needs now more than ever I’m sure you’ll agree.
Thankfully last year proved to be his most successful to date, certainly from a box office perspective, as he finally returned to the big screen as an out and out villain for the first time since might not have taken a lot of money, but it at least allowed Statham to release another of his more independent-minded movies and made for a fine blend of action and black comedy.The franchise, though, has always made for curious splits on opinions.Some loved the first, not the second, while many couldn’t get past the novelty of the original, but loved the sequel.I'm also mad that Anderson chose to eradicate any reference to the original's premise of scoring points according to what type of person you hit (men, women, children, babies, old people) and instead just chose to hold a race to the death in a prison.It has more in common with However, as a standalone action film and ignoring any prejudice, I have to admit it was a lot of fun.He started me in the business, so I owe him so much, and I’ve always enjoyed the films.