Pugsley McFly’s review published on Letterboxd:
It might not be an award-winning drama about the small guy taking a Big Energy corporation to court and sticking it to the man as we have seen with similar movies like Erin Brokovich, but I honestly enjoyed watching this movie. It is filled with plenty of recognizable names and faces, including Edward James Olmos who also directed the movie. Sure thing, it briefly pokes fun at conservative ideals in Rural America and demonstrates that several Texans have short tempers, which are nothing more than fleeting moments in the story. When I sat down to watch the movie I did not have a high bar of expectations other than view a story featuring a bunch of actors that I like seeing appear in a movie. It is a decent movie, although light on substance, which I wouldn't mind watching again on a lazy afternoon.