Veteran race car driver Sam Munroe and his son, a fellow driver from a small town overcome family and professional conflicts, balancing competition, ego, resentment and a racing nemesis to come out stronger on the other side.
There are two actors who've worked in supporting roles for this film who have previously done voice acting and/or motion capture work for first person video games; Christopher Meloni, (featured in Call of Duty: Black Ops III), and Patrick St. Esprit, (featured in Battlefield 4). See more »
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Alright action-thriller, nothing special. But Travolta, please lose the damn wig!
So, the worst thing about this movie is John Travoltas wig. Other than that, this is an OK little action thriller.
Nothing new here, nothing special, but it's well directed, the acting is mostly good, the action is pretty decent, all in all OK. Could have done with a tad more character build up from the start, but hey, I just wanted the action.
With just a few tweaks here and there it could have been a lot better. It feels a little bland, a little by the numbers, and like I said, Travoltas wig is not fooling anyone. For Gods sake, just accept that your bald, man! Travolta is a good actor, he always does a decent job, a shame with those horrible wigs.
This is not to be confused with a million other low budget action movies, by crappy directors, starring actors past their prime, like Wesley Snipes, Cuba Gooding, Dolph Lundgren etc, I Am Wrath is a lot better than those. Chuck Russell (The Mask) knows what he's doing.
With a little more flair to the action (although I liked the slo-mo) and without that awful wig, this could have been awesome, instead it's just alright.
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