Paul Moga’s review published on Letterboxd:
Jackson Healey isn't a cop and doesn't work for a government agency, but if you have a problem he is the man to call to fix it. While on the case of a murdered porn star he teams up with a less than honest private investigator, Holland March, to unravel the case laying out in front of them. This is a case that neither of them saw coming and have no idea where it will take them into the shady underbelly of LA in the 1970s.
First things first, Crowe and Gosling have amazing chemistry together and it's what makes this whole film work. The whole theater was cracking up the entire film. The characters are really well developed and the movie just never slows down. It has a great 70s feel to it and the story is easy to follow without being a dead give away. This is just a really fun time at the theater and it will definitely be a part of my collection as soon as it comes out. I am giving this 4 out of 5 stars.