I have had many conversations about Jason Statham. He has a screen presence that mesmerises me... even when he makes shit movies, they're still easy to watch. There's just something about him... and his latest is a fast paced mob thriller called Safe. He plays a former cop, turned cage fighter who finds himself on the wrong side of two mobs when he rescues a young Chinese girl who holds the numerical code to a secured safe which both the Triads and Russian Mafia are racing to open. This is mostly a pursuit thriller, packed with violence and loads of car chases. I found the story to be convoluted when it didn't need to be. There's too much happening at once which (for me) was distracting. Statham puts on his cruddy American accent but thankfully he doesn't talk much. LOL. Keeping a level of cred to the film is a support cast of actors like Chris Sarandon, Robert John Burke and James Hong. It's a mediocre affair and not one I would recommend you rush to see... but if you stumble upon it and there's little else to watch then you might just enjoy it for what it is. I was surprised to see Kevin Spacey's name attached as producer...