Steven Savona’s review published on Letterboxd :
It's always entertaining, and we're never really certain of who we should root for. Michael Douglas is chilling as a cold and calculating man with temper problems, although the script allows him to be wryly funny. He reminds me of Robin Williams' Sy Parrish in ONE HOUR PHOTO. Robert Duvall is also very good as an LAPD sergeant on his final day of duty before retirement. The film effectively depicts what it is to be frustrated, and what it feels like to 'snap'. I wish the ending was stronger and not as deterministic.