Todd Malkin’s review published on Letterboxd:
Decided to front load this one after reading and commenting on Andy Summer's review. Yeah, pretty much landed where I expected...
After a promising scene where Sandlers' character easily and charmingly reveals his adept detective skills in a convenience store, we get no more of that. He becomes a bumbling fool... and a very low-key one. Sandler doesn't look like he's having much fun, but I kind of responded to that. (I, generally, liked his off-handed asides.)
The fantastic cast largely carried my interest, but I was done around the 65-minute mark. Is it me, or did this movie have more endings than any 90-minute movie ever should?
Rebecca: "Not bad."
Todd: "Solid two stars."