Eric Proffit’s review published on Letterboxd:
Harold Lloyd gets into a number of messes in this short and direct comedy about interactions with people during a commute home and what happens when there. It opens with Lloyd attempting to catch the train while being extremely late. He meets his neighbor, who is also late for the same train. It's a simple idea that allows for numerous hilarious slapstick setups. Lloyd continues the chaos at his home which culminates into an all out war with his neighbor. Any fan of early slapstick and silent comedy will enjoy this. Every second of this 9 minute film is packed full of comedy.