Gumby Badger’s review published on Letterboxd:
A Mel Brooks-style send up of old gangster films that never really finds its footing or a decent gag. It manages to miss Brooks's success with both his heart and his bluer material. It's not bad really, certainly when compared to modern excuses for parodies, but it never lands either. It's art direction is great though, and Keaton sells the hell out of his role.