Tom dePerto’s review published on Letterboxd:
I was absolutely loving it until halfway through when the non-linear structure kicks in and new perspectives on the events are brought in. From that moment on, the film seemed to bite more than it could chew and it kind of becomes a jumbled mess (especially when you factor in the thinness of the plot). Entertaining nevertheless, and quite grim for a Guy Ritchie film - his trademark humor is nowhere to be found, although the dialogue is absolutely 100% him and I both liked it and thought it didn't fit most of the characters. Everyone talks in this sort of sarcastic, smart-ass way and I didn't really buy it.
A lot of people are going to love the hell out of the third-act shootout. I thought it was the least interesting part of the film, to be quite honest.