Christian’s review published on Letterboxd:
I liked it, I think. However, I totally get why the studio buried it, it is a hard sell. The premise was a breath of fresh air and it is always fun to watch John Goodman. To reiterate JustWrite, revolutions are hard to pull off in movies.
It succeeds at showing that any revolution is a collaborative effort. Sadly, the development of our protagonists (I think the brothers were this story's heroes?) gets lost in the shuffle. Damn shame.
Guess it is a cautious recommendation from me.