idleprimate’s review published on Letterboxd:
This may be the most satisfying movie I've watched in as long as I can remember. It was dead-on satire. You would almost say too on the nose, except i see people spouting what's in the script all the time, so to the degree that there is parody going on, it's only to the mildest degree. I've been so sick and tired of the shame slinging, witch-hunting, thought police who have co-opted the left with their impenetrable victim obsessed dogma, I didn't even know until experiencing delectable glee at watching them taken down in glorious gory fashion.
Betty Gilpin was a force of nature. She has such a severe, withering attitude about her that she almost came off as a Terminator. She and Hilary Swank deliver one intensely great protracted fight that's worth the price of admission alone.
This is a movie that will give a lot of rewatch value.