Shea Gallagher’s review published on Letterboxd:
The blazing hellfire of bullets and blows, exhibiting some of the baddest squibs you'll ever see, delivers on spectacle in spades. But it is the emotion that both anchors and elevates this, the love between brothers that not even the almighty showers of gunfire can wash away. Blood money, bloodied bodies, blood ties...it is the heart that bleeds most of all.
"Be a brother."