Björn Broekman’s review published on Letterboxd:
A chain of venomous absurdities and darkly comedic trouble. Overall entertaining yet highly flawed. Tom Hardy is great here, but the writing is troublesome, which leads to empty characters and a disappointing pay-off. Though, I was never bored with it. Beforehand I didn't know this was going to be a comedy but on that department it actually quite succeeds for most of the time.
There was a lot of potential to make this a bonkers insane, violent, demented and totally bizarre R-rated film, but unfortunately they chose to keep it safe and accessible for younger viewers. I wish they didn't but in the end I still had a lot of fun with it anyway.