Trevor’s review published on Letterboxd:
Hollywood gives Frank Grillo a good movie challenge. Why does this have a retro video game aesthetic? And why is this movie so ugly and so de-saturated? Not really a ton of action either, with a lot of iffy CG explosion work. Some of the comedy works but this never really lives up to the potential.
Also this is a weird thing to bring up but Grillo looks like he's abusing some PED's big time. He's got like 2% body fat and you can practically see his skeletal muscles popping out of his paper thin leather skin. Like bro go eat some pizza or something.