Kumar R’s review published on Letterboxd:
This is a very compelling—and often troubling—story, that is told in an informative way. There are some race/class undercurrents to it (e.g. it's bonkers that Henry Hill gets out of all this better off than Michael Bowie) that are not explored at all. The beginning of the doc tries a little too hard to grab you with scenes from Goodfellas, but towards the end they actually do a good job of telling the mob part of the story.
Zoe says: "disappointing lack of Boston accents