Jason Statham is a beloved actor among fans of the action genre. This is evident from the success of his 2021 film “Wrath of Man,” which is currently ranking among the most-watched movies on Prime Video US.

The movie has also gained significant popularity due to its association with director Guy Ritchie, known for his productions featuring crimes, gangsters, and heists. Ritchie’s filmography consistently revolves around these elements, which resonate with his dedicated fanbase.

Regardless of whether his stories are complex or not, Guy has an outstanding ability to draw audiences to theaters. “Wrath of Man” had an initial budget of $40 million and ultimately grossed $104 million, demonstrating its commercial success.

Wrath of Man is the No. 6 movie on Prime Video US

“Wrath of Man” marks the fourth directorial collaboration between Guy Ritchie and Jason Statham. Its success is evident from its high viewership on Prime Video, propelling the movie to rank No. 6 in the United States, despite being released three years ago.

Jason Statham in Wrath of Man. (Source: IMDb)

Jason Statham in Wrath of Man. (Source: IMDb)

The film has surpassed “Top Gun: Maverick” in views, despite the latter being one of Tom Cruise’s most rewatched titles. Currently, it is in a tight competition against Zac Efron’s “Ricky Stanicky” for the fifth spot on the ranking.

The story follows “H” (played by Jason Statham), a mysterious cash truck driver who joins an armored truck company. As “H” demonstrates his proficiency in protecting the company’s cash trucks, it becomes clear that he harbors a hidden agenda, seeking retribution for a personal tragedy.

In addition to Statham, the cast delivers excellent performances by Holt McCallany, Josh Hartnett, Rocci Boy Williams, Jeffrey Donovan, and Scott Eastwood.

While not necessarily regarded as Ritchie’s best or worst film, “Wrath of Man” is undeniably entertaining. Alonso Duralde of TheWrap stated, “Ritchie’s reunion with leading man Jason Statham delivers the scheming, the shooting, and the swearing that the director’s fans have come to expect, by the bucketload.”