Direction: Guy Ritchie.
Performers: Jason Statham, Holt McCallany, Josh Hartnett, Scott Eastwood.
Scripted by Guy Ritchie ( “Aladdin” ), Ivan Atkinson and Marn Davies ( “The Gentlemen: The Mafia Lords” ).
Patrick Hill, named H (Jason Statham), joins the security of Fortico, a company in charge of transporting large amounts of money through the city of Los Angeles, California.
His violent and effective ways to reduce robbers will make him a hero. However, several of his companions doubt his true identity, and even label him a psychopath. Who really is H?
Film Guy Ritchie is a remake of a French movie, “Le Convoyeur” directed and written by Nicolas Boukhrief.
The film begins with the introduction of the typical antihero , sparing in words, harsh, mysterious, somewhat cynical.
A “one against all” action sequence places you in an identity dilemma in the face of public opinion and in your workplace, hero or villain?
Structured in time jumps with different perspectives on the same event, the film centers its theme on a classic revenge with confrontation between rough characters, gangsters; in a setting where trusting someone is dangerous.
Ritchie, seasoned with murderers and gangsters, handles his story with tension; Jason Statham is ideal for the role of matasiete in a meeting of characters of little chicha; and the plot, predictable in its outcome and without adding anything extraordinary to the link between robbery film and revenge thriller, fulfills its function of entertainment in a criminal environment.