Jason Statham

Homefront review (Blu-ray)

Truth be told, I'm a huge fan of The Stath. He's the closest thing we have now to the type of fodder Clint Eastwood and Charles Bronson were churning out...

Homefront review

Truth be told, I'm a huge fan of The Stath. He's the closest thing we have now to the type of fodder Clint Eastwood and Charles Bronson were churning out...

Hummingbird (aka Redemption) review

This one offers a slight change of pace for Statham. He still does his hard man act but Hummingbird (released as Redemption in the US) is of a more thoughtful...

Parker review (Blu-ray)

"I don't steal from anyone who can't afford it, and I don't hurt anyone who doesn't deserve it." So says Parker, a "gentleman" thief with a code of ethcs and...

Parker review

"I don't steal from anyone who can't afford it, and I don't hurt anyone who doesn't deserve it." So says Parker, a "gentleman" thief with a code of ethcs and...

Safe review (Blu-ray)

You don’t sit down to watch a Statham film expecting a taut, dialogue-heavy, cerebral drama. You certainly have a reasonable idea of what to expect: violence, one liners, a probable...

The Expendables 2 review

Clocking in at a lean, mean 102 minutes, The Expendables 2 puts right everything that the first film got so very, very wrong.

Safe review

You don’t go into a Statham film expecting a taut, dialogue-heavy, cerebral drama. You certainly have a reasonable idea of what to expect: violence, one liners, a probable bi-lingual bloodfest...

Killer Elite review ?

This rubbishy actioner has nothing to do with the Sam Peckinpah movie of the mid '70s that it shares the same title with.