"The World Is Yours" is exactly what you might think: a throwback to the movies and ideology of Tony Montana. This is the corollary for the generations whose parents worshiped "Scarface," and had kids that made movies about it, dreamt about it, lived it.
Imagine "Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels" crossed with De Palma and Tarantino and Rodriguez, along with every stylized, twisted music score you could imagine. Then make it French.
This is that film.