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Wrath of Man

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How effective is Guy Ritchie with this tonal shift from his previous crime films? How does the story work as a remake of the 2004 French film “Le Convoyeurs”? How much does the trailer spoil the surprises in the film? Joining the conversation today are our very own Jordan Petersen along with Hannah Buchdahl and Charlie Juhl from The Cinema Clash Podcast. Check it out!

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"You started by saying you’d do anything and what I’m hearing is you think you’ve done everything.”

Guy Ritchie steps out of his usual type of filmmaking and focuses on a gritty, dark crime story with his new film Wrath of Man. Sure, it’s got a lot of his usual traits and it has Jason Statham, returning to work with him after 16 years, but does this style work for him? Andy’s joined by Charlie Juhl and Hannah Buchdahl from The Cinema Clash Podcast as well as Jordan Petersen to talk through what works and what doesn’t with this new action thriller currently in theatres. It’s big and action-packed, but is it any good? Check out the movie then tune in!

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