Kevin Mears’s review published on Letterboxd :
Not many harpoon versus revolver films out there, so that was fun.
The knock off Humphrey Bogart bad guy was sort of fun, in a 'I really can't be bothered with this anymore' way. Most of the character were pretty cookie cutter, and the script was pretty perfunctory. It all reminded me of a graphic novel, with some decent panels.
But then you'd miss the effect of the bonkers jazz/western fusion soundtrack.
More misses than hits overall - and I really can't decide if Stirling Hayden's 'Swedish' accent is risible or just plain fun.