Zach Gilbert’s review published on Letterboxd:
Wrath of Man is just a terrific time at the theater, nothing more, nothing less. There’s something so refreshing about a non-franchise film debuting at the start of the summer movie season, and Wrath of Man is very much a throwback to that era of 90s actioners that simply aimed to entertain first and foremost, with little else on their mind. It’s not the most original story out there, but Richie’s signature style makes it stand out regardless, thanks to both his trademark devilish dialogue and his ability to alter our perception of the narrative via different perspectives (a strength of his skillfully crafted script). The action is clean and crisp, the characters are eccentric and entertaining, and the thrills are fast and frequent. It’s nothing new, but it’s a hell of a good time.