Micah’s review published on Letterboxd:
This was a blast! It has some of the classic good dialogue from a Guy Ritchie flick with some good action. Some decent and fun performances make it work well enough. It's shot really well and the action scenes are easy to follow. The music choices are fantastic and just add to the tension. The same score is used throughout the movie and while it can get repetitive at times, it's just too good to get mad at.
Structurally, it's kinda weird. On the one hand, I like the buildup of tension throughout but on the other it feels messy. It hurts the pace the way it's told and I felt the length. I like that the villains got more depth, though they were still just ok at best. There's a twist near the end which isn't terrible per say, but was unnecessary. Overall this is another soild Guy Ritchie film with some great action and dialogue, but messy structurally and story wise.