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United States · 2022
1h 43m
Director Abi Damaris Corbin
Starring John Boyega, Michael Kenneth Williams, Nicole Beharie, Connie Britton
Genre Crime, Drama, Thriller

When Marine Veteran Brian Brown-Easley is denied support from Veterans Affairs, financially desperate and running out of options, he takes a bank and several of its employees hostage, setting the stage for a tense confrontation with the police. This suspenseful film is based on a true story.

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TheWrap by Alonso Duralde

It’s a film that hits some narrative bumps along the way without diminishing its tougher observations about race, the police, and the treatment of veterans.


Consequence by Clint Worthington

There’s little to latch on here apart from its purpose as an actor’s showcase for Boyega, Beharie, and Williams, and its bittersweet status as a sendoff for the latter’s illustrious career.


Paste Magazine by Jacob Oller

Corbin’s film is brutal and sad, thanks to its brutal and sad origins and the abilities of Boyega, but its wandering eye is just the latest to gloss over Brian Easley.


The Hollywood Reporter by Lovia Gyarkye

Not only does it offer a damning lesson about how the United States abandons its veterans, but it tries, with honesty and feeling, to honor a man who just wanted to survive.


The Guardian by Peter Bradshaw

Boyega’s performance has an essential sympathy and dignity that are vital to this drama; an unshowy sense of self-worth that keeps it together.


Variety by Peter Debruge

Boyega is the most interesting thing about the movie — specifically, the way he portrays this tragic, psychologically damaged individual fighting for what matters to him — although it’s also noteworthy for featuring Michael Kenneth Williams’ final performance as the hostage negotiator.


The Playlist by Robert Daniels

The star-studded cast does good, dependable work. There are visual flairs that linger in the mind: For all its faults, this movie has a striking look to it. And Corbin’s best intentions are genuine. The ending comes with a startling bang. But what remains when the dust settles? By the end of the over-tightened 892, unfortunately, a memorialization to Brown-Easley’s plight, we know little about the actual man.


IndieWire by Siddhant Adlakha

It has so many things it wants to say about the state of modern America, but it finds no suitable or impactful way to say them.

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