I Am WrathA man sets out to get his own justice after police are unable to catch his wife's killer. As he and his old friend inflict their revenge, those involved in the cover up realise that the duo is more dangerous than they could ever have imagined...
Actors of "I Am Wrath"
Directors of "I Am Wrath"Chuck RussellBirthdate: 9 May 1958, Park Ridge, Illinois, USA
Creators of "I Am Wrath"Yvan GauthierBirthdate: 19 May 1969, Luxeuil-les-Bains, Haute-Saône, FrancePaul SloanBirthdate: 29 March 1970, USA
Critic Reviews of "I Am Wrath"Los Angeles TimesMay 13, 2016
Travolta, who took over the role from Nicolas Cage, and Meloni, who's looking more and more like Robert De Niro every day, have a loose, easy chemistry that goes a long way to enliven all that overworked familiarity.New York TimesMay 12, 2016
The script, besides being full of bad-guy clichés, doesn't give the actors enough opportunities to work up a buddy rapport, though the glimmers of it that they are permitted are promising.AV ClubMay 12, 2016
It's yet another entry in the endless cycle of middle-aged vigilante rampages-a formula that no one but Liam Neeson seems capable of actually wringing entertainment from, try as his various fiftysomething peers might.The Blu SpotAugust 04, 2016
I Am Wrath is about as clichéd as clichéd gets when it comes to the action/revenge genre.Reel Film ReviewsJune 11, 2016
It's ultimately rather astonishing the degree to which I Am Wrath slowly-but-surely alienates the viewer over an often interminable running time...Common Sense MediaMay 27, 2016
Predictable, derivative revenge thriller is very violent.Cairo360May 23, 2016
Generic, clichéd and exceptionally tiring.JoBlo's Movie EmporiumMay 13, 2016
A very tepid, uninspired John Wick clone.Blu-ray.comMay 12, 2016
The film dies on impact, providing a good reminder to rewatch "John Wick" instead.
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