Ryan Daniel’s review published on Letterboxd:
You guys are all talking about Batman and Spider-Man being in this, I’m talking about Dudley the asshole cousin from Harry Potter being in this.
This kind of feels like it’s trying to be a Coen Brothers movie, but it misses the mark. I had a couple problems with this movie, mainly that the voiceover was really unnecessary and expository, and the pacing was not the best. A lot happens in this movie, but a lot of it isn’t earned, too much of it feels like it’s there purely for shock value or aesthetic and that makes it very messy.
But, the performances were good, there was a strong atmosphere, and it’s an interesting and well written story, so I’m on the fence.