Pugsley McFly’s review published on Letterboxd:
I rented this movie because I noticed Olivia Cooke and Colm Meaney are in it. What is the deal with Alec Baldwin appearing as an Irish Catholic priest? It made me lose a bit of interest. The story tries to be grander than what it really is. It feels like it is trying too hard to be something extra to impress the audience with a wow factor. Pixie, the main character, does spend quite a bit of time on exposition about her life and her family's mafia ties. It gets a bit drawn out sometimes. The two supporting characters are completely enamored with her, and it seems a bit over the top at times.