Ken Rudolph’s review published on Letterboxd:
Every year a group of variously disabled persons are brought together in Venice, CA to make a movie. This documentary tells the story of their making of a Western feature film (called Bulletproof Jackson) by following several of the participants, focusing particularly on A. J., a severely disabled young man from Atlanta with cerebral palsy who plays the town mayor.
This is definitely a positive energy, feel-good documentary which combines two Oscar bait qualities (disabled + cinema) into one inspirational film. That isn't to imply that the film is unworthy of recognition. As edited, combining personal stories with film clips from the final feature, this is fun and entertaining, as well as informative. Can't ask much more than that from a documentary.