payton’s review published on Letterboxd:
Not sure if it is "correct" to criticize a film based on a true story for being predictable, but this was very predictable. Without Hugh Jackman's performance, I don't think I would have enjoyed watching this to be quite honest. The storyline felt rather spotty and like it jumped around without explaining things at times which was rather annoying.
I didn't hate the film, but if you're looking for an exposé of malpractice within the real world I would point you in the direction of Spotlight (2015), as I feel it was much more captivating than this.