If you’re bald, losing your hair, or know it’s going to inevitably happen to you one day… take a cue from Jason Statham: Buzz it short, grow some stubble, buy some great suits, and carry yourself well.
Do that and you’ll look 10-times better than your full mane counterparts.
In The Bank Job Statham and his buzzed head plays another character that’s right in his wheelhouse. A tough, smart, bad ass criminal who still maintains an undeniable likability that makes you WANT him to break the law.
This time Statham and his band of merry thieves head after a bank vault full of safety deposit boxes. It’s not a job they’d normally try and pull, but they’ve got inside info on how easy it could be. Turns out the inside information comes with a price, because the people in the know want the contents of one box in that vault.
Directed by the man who wrote and directed Anthony Hopkins in the under-rated and far under-viewed “The World’s Fastest Indian,” Statham and the supporting cast execute a crisp, cool movie for people who love crime and heist flicks, and won’t think it detracts from the film if not everyone makes it out unscathed.