Romario De la Rosa’s review published on Letterboxd:
The scenes of the robberies were filmed in a spectacular way, Al Pacino and De Niro are excellent in their roles, the dynamics between the two were wonderful even though they didn't have many scenes together. The cinematography was quite solid and the sound effects were excellent. Overall it was a very well done film.
My problem with the movie is I don't understand why it had to be so long. The first hour drags quite a bit, the second one seemed excellent and the third one drags again although it ends in an excellent way. For me the film could have been two hours long, it focused a lot on characters that at the end of the film did not contribute much.