We rate the action mans bone-crunching output from Guy Ritchies cockney geezer to the Fast & Furious movies
39. In The Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale (2007)
From German shlockmeister Uwe Boll, this tepid fantasy yarn tasks Jason Statham’s sturdy yeoman with slapping down evil sorcerer Ray Liotta. The undisputed low point.
38. Turn It Up (2000)
In his little-seen US debut, Statham convincingly plays raspy heavy Mr B in a tale of Brooklyn rapping and drug-dealing gone awry, endangering Ja Rule’s face with a deli-slicing machine.
37. 13 (2010)
This bumpy remake of a bare-bones French thriller thrusts desperate men into a life-or-death Russian Roulette tournament; Statham has little to do as a rich businessman betting on the result.
36. Chaos (2005)
Wily bank robber Wesley Snipes taunts a familiar-looking rough-and-ready cop while greenhorn Ryan Phillippe delivers a TED talk on chaos theory in this listless would-be thriller.
35. Mean Machine (2001)
This clunky Vinnie Jones time capsule – a soccer-focused redo of The Longest Yard – features a young Statham as mercurial goalie Monk, daydreaming of making cartwheeling saves against a team of lousy screws.