Fluffy but good! Appropriate for kids.
This is the review that convinced me to watch this filim, taken from this 2017 wrap-up article of the most underrated films of 2017:
"Actor Frank Grillo can do no wrong when he's buckled into the classic '70s archetype of a well-mannered antihero disrupting his seedy surroundings, and Wheelman, a sentimental-yet-gun-toting riff on "driver" crime pictures, is his ultimate vehicle. With the grit of The Driver, the disembodied villainy of Saw, and the solitude of Tom Hardy's Locke, the…
It's a Woody Allen movie. I thought it was going to be about the golden age of Hollywood, but it was about New Yorkers cheating on each other. As far as his films go, it was enjoyable, but as I reached the end I couldn't help but feel there was a little "bait and switch" with the way it was marketed.