55) Homefront (2013)
A former DEA agent moves his family to a quiet town, where he soon tangles with a local meth druglord.
6/10 – Classic Statham. His accent goes from sort of American to straight up East End thuggery as he does his nonchalant “I don’t want to fight you but OK then I’ll fight you and break all your bones” shtick. It’s a predictable but enjoyable watch, with the excellent James Franco in his limited supporting role as the slimy drug dealer.
Worth a punt if you’re hungover and want to watch something that requires very little attention. It would probably rank in the bottom half of my Top 20 Statham movies.