HandsomeLad’s review published on Letterboxd:
Although I liked Good Time more, this movie is still very thrilling and entertaining, and I know some people may not like that movie (my sister included). Adam Sandler disappears into the role of Howard Ratner, but still maintains his witty vibe, which isn't too distracting. The Safdies managed to capture the chaotic world of the Diamond District, blending in non-actors to make the whole experience much more immersive and authentic. The music composed by the talented Daniel Lopatin plays a big factor of this anxiety-inducing nightmare of Howard's misfortunes in his journey to earn the big score of his lifetime.
I honestly can't wait for what Safdies are making next. Their aesthetic is very original and unique.
Arno, what the fuck is this shit? You're sending collectors to fuck with me at my office, are you out of your own fucking mind?