Bayhem without the lowbrow humor
Ambulance is a masterclass in action filmmaking from one of America's most polarizing and provocative auteurs. One can zero in on and nitpick the racial casting choices, and specifically the delegation of more heroic qualities to the black lead than to the white one (both flawed criminals), but doing so would be depriving oneself of a deeply human and absorbing story, perhaps Bay's most emotionally sophisticated. Regardless of the absence of strong male white characters, the film is refreshingly free of anti-white and anti-male rhetoric. Bay wants to entertain, not evangelize, and what marvelous entertainment his latest is. See it on the big screen while you can, as it deserves the support far more than The Batman or whatever capeshit is next on the conveyor belt.