Lorenzo Ladogana’s review published on Letterboxd:
The tone is hit and miss, but it doesn't really matter: the story is really powerful and hold up by itself.
Lakeith Stainfield is one of my favorite actors working right now i did enjoy his portray of the back-stabbing, emotionally wrecked O'Neill.
Kaluuya, Fishback, Plemons... all the cast is terrific.
The last fifteen minutes are probably what really stand out from the rest of the film: it felt so real, so bleak, and it was really gutwrenching.