A good thriller of the mark "Statham".
"Blitz" is a London serial murderer is killing police officers. Chief Inspector "Roberts" and Sergeant "Brant", a tough, uncompromising and politically incorrect police detective, is responsible for trying to stop the psychopath. The murderer is a vengeful man whose character will quickly recognize in that other murderer, "Scorpio" that "Dirty Harry" (Clint Eastwood), pursued. Sergeant "Brant" (Jason Statham) is here to take the trouble to catch the murderer personally. This character is easy to recognize because Statham is left with the mark of a hard man, defiant and alone gives a remarkable result and seamless. However, "Bitz" wanted to provide it with reliable quality partner, peers look to him like good counselor but their advice will always be very prompt, and that is a tough character, but is the only one who will accompany you on tough times in your life.
The other characters involved in the film as a whole would form a police station in a television series, one with enough history and other incomplete at all, as the accompanying police officer "Falls". Finally, a good movie that starts rather cold but gathers pace as the film passes and has great action and entertainment.
Moreover, the murderer of police is admissible and minutes of action are authentic. They are the genuine features "Brand" (Statham), and the handling of the story goes at will with sufficient effectiveness to conclude in an entertaining duel.
It was an okay movie, I especially loved Aiden's performance.
Movie was a real disappointment :)
I mean, beside the main plot - which is very straight-forward until the funeral scene, where it just get lost - what are the subplots there for? The addicted police woman, the death of the boss's wife, the whole boss role... totally useless.
An then the funeral scene: maybe I felt asleep at a certain point, but how do they managed to know that the psycho was going to attend, so that they could trap him?
I like Statham, usually very funny movies. This was just very very bad :)