Jason Statham, these are his best films according to critics

Jason Statham has a reputation as a tough guy and a man of action, but the English actor has a lot more to brag about.

If something has characterized Jason Statham, it is his ability to move us in front of the screen.

The English actor has garnered an impressive legacy thanks largely to his action films, but also in other genres that suit him quite well, such as suspense and even comedy.

Then we leave you with the best movies of this action-man, according to specialized critics.

The Bank Job (2008)

Self-reformed petty criminal Terry Leather ( Jason Statham ) has become a financially strapped car salesman and settled into a pedestrian life in London with his wife and children, but plunges into big crime when his ex-girlfriend, Martine ( Saffron Burrows ), shows up with an offer to pull off a lucrative bank heist. After Terry assembles his team of misfits and begins the operation, he discovers there are other agendas at play and powerful players who have plans for the vault’s contents. 

Fast and Furious 7 (2015)

After defeating international terrorist Owen Shaw, Dominic Toretto ( Vin Diesel ), Brian O’Conner ( Paul Walker ), and the rest of the team have parted ways to return to a more normal life. However, Deckard Shaw ( Jason Statham ), Owen’s older brother, is thirsty for revenge. A cunning government agent offers to help Dom and the company take care of Shaw in exchange for his help rescuing a kidnapped hacker who has developed a powerful surveillance program. Statham debuts with a great job in the iconic saga of Fast and Furious .

Spy (2015)

Despite having solid field training, CIA analyst Susan Cooper ( Melissa McCarthy ) has spent her entire career as an office assistant, working closely with handsome agent Bradley Fine ( Jude Law ). However, when Bradley is murdered, another very talented agent, Rick Ford (Jason Statham), is implicated in the disappearance.
Susan volunteers to go on her first undercover mission to help catch the killer.

Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998)

Eddy ( Nick Moran ) convinces his three friends, Tom ( Jason Flemyng ), Soap ( Dexter Fletcher ), and Bacon ( Jason Statham ) to raise funds for a high-stakes poker game against local crime boss Hatchet Harry ( P.H. Moriarty ). ). Harry cheats and Eddy loses, giving him a week to return £500,000 or hand over his father’s pub. Desperate, Eddy and his friends wait for their neighbors to rob some drug dealers and then rob the thieves in turn. After both robberies, the number of interested criminals increases, with the four friends dangerously over their heads.

Snatch (2001)

Illegal boxing promoter Turkish ( Jason Statham ) convinces gangster Brick Top ( Alan Ford ) to offer bets on boxer Mickey ( Brad Pitt ) in his betting business. When Mickey doesn’t deliver in their first fight as agreed, an enraged Brick Top demands another match. Meanwhile, gangster Frankie Four Fingers ( Benicio Del Toro ) arrives to place a bet for a friend with Brick Top’s bookies, as several crooks converge on a stolen diamond Frankie has come to London to sell. A real gem. 

The Italian Job (2003)

After a heist in Venice, Steve ( Edward Norton ) turns on his partners in crime, to keep all the loot for himself. The rest of the team, including leader Charlie Croker ( Mark Wahlberg ), talented driver Handsome Rob ( Jason Statham ), explosives expert Left Ear ( Mos Def ), and tech expert Lyle ( Seth Green ), swear revenge. With the help of an unlikely ally, they now plan to retrieve the gold from Steve’s mansion in Los Angeles.

Wrath of Man (2021)

Mysterious and wild-eyed, a new cash truck security guard ( Jason Statham ) surprises his co-workers when he unleashes precision abilities during a heist. The crew wonders who he is and where he came from. Soon, the shooter’s ultimate motive becomes clear as he takes dramatic and irrevocable steps to settle the score.

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