Isaac Klak’s review published on Letterboxd:
“Good Time” presents us with one simple action: a small-scale bank robbery. It then proceeds to drag us through the dirt for the next ninety minutes as things go from bad to worse to desperate. This desperation leads to a compelling chain of events that somehow become more compelling when the irony of the film’s title crystallizes. However, when the end finally comes impossible to deny the feeling of emptiness weighing over the final scene. It might have been entertaining, but after such a predictable ending, it’s difficult not to ask, what was the point?