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Ted Mills’s review published on Letterboxd :
This review may contain spoilers.
Because SS has made so many heist movies, I wonder what he's trying out in this new one. I feel mayyyybe he's seeing what elements he can leave out and still make the film work. Because it's at a racetrack (albeit a NASCAR one) I couldn't help but think of The Killing, but there's very little indulgence in the planning--we barely see them even discuss it--and there's very little investigation and (spoiler) very little punishment. There are no weak links in the crew though everybody is presented as a potential weak link. In the end, there's a sort of proletarian support of the crime by everybody save the Feds, and an ending that suggests that while justice might be just around the corner, the film could care less. Great frikkin' soundtrack, btw.