Jacob Knight’s review published on Letterboxd:
"I remember every meal I ever cooked. I remember every person I ever served."
Went in expecting some sort of artier "JOHN WICK with a pig" bullshit, came out chewing (no pun intended) on an existential rumination regarding how people find meaning in a mostly meaningless world (only to often have it stolen away) with Nic Cage again proving why he's the most beguilingly idiosyncratic actor of any generation. Adam Arkin is also lights out with pretty much a single scene. Watch this as cold as possible and then be ready for it to set up shop in your head rent free for the next month or so.