Scott Kaczynski’s review published on Letterboxd :
Message, message, message, entertainment.
I've come to the conclusion that a movie can regurgitate a creator's opinions for 100 minutes, as long as I agree with the message.
Bobcat has his characters spewing out his personal manifesto on today's society in small Twitter sized monologues, all the while cleaning the streets of people that just bring this country down. The characters are likable, and the movie really just makes a person want to go pop some skulls of the stupid, self-entitled, cruel people that exist in the world today.
The only downfall I could see was that he made his characters want to move to France. Although, he did slam France in the process. Way to go Bobcat! :)