Gh0stman’s review published on Letterboxd:
An ingeniously constructed thriller with complex performances and great scenery. At times, it almost approaches Hitchcock levels of deceit, intrigue, and manipulation. Although the narrative could have been more thematically ambitious, it's a little too self-contained for its own good, what Twohy & Co. achieve here is a lot of fun and is honestly surprising in its twists and turns. Zahn, Sanchez, Olyphant, and especially Jovovich, give astonishingly assured and layered performances where they flex all of their acting muscles and even build up new ones. After watching this and his Riddick movies lately, I think David Twohy to be an underutilized talent.