Angelina Jolie’s new movie Those Who Wish Me Dead is a 2021 action thriller by Taylor Sheridan. Even though the premiere was first in South Korea, it didn’t take long to go to America. The film stars Angelina Jolie, Jake Weber, Nicholas Hoult. As well as Aidan Gillen, Jon Bernthal, Finn Little, and many others.

The film released Warner Bross under New Line Cinema. However with an agreement to go through HBO Max a month after the premiere. Like other films, this one also got various reviews.

Angelina Jolie’s new movie story

The plot follows a boy who witnesses the murder of his father. Even more, he escapes with a smokejumper from two killers. Furthermore, these assassins were sent to kill him. Hanna Faber has had problems in her life for a long time. She is tormented by the death of three young campers, which she could not prevent. However, she now works as a fire lookout in Montana.

Meanwhile, Owen Casserly finds out about the boss’s death and runs away with his son Connor believing they are the next targets. Unfortunately, Owen suffers from the killers. However, as he dies, he hands his son evidence against Blackwells. Soon Connor encounters Hannah. He follows her to the tower so they can contact help. In conclusion, to prevent the killers Hannah must use her survival skills. In other words, cover their tracks to protect the boy and escape from those who want to kill them.

Those Who Wish Me Dead review

The action queen is back! Just say it so you can see the bigger picture. In other words, Angelina did show why she is such a good actress. Furthermore, this is why many see her as an action heroine. There are a lot of action scenes in the film, enough tension just enough to watch a good part without blinking once.

Although the story has holes, it certainly won’t detract from the overall experience of watching the movie. Furthermore, all thriller fans of the 90s here will finally come to their own. Some parts of the film may be fetched, but the acting is as good as the scenery. This standard popcorn thriller will delight many, despite its lack of depth. All in all a good way to spend an hour and 40 minutes.