Another dark horse of "Netflix Original Film." It is one of "Cheap and haphazard crimes by ordinary people in bleakly rural America goes f**kin' messy" thriller, but Uziel adds to this cliche virture of ludicurously deadpan humor, rooted in his "22 Jump Street" career, which crashes against you like car driven by stupid drankard. And clever narrative makes this more attractive one. I love this except last sequence.
Swift and solid crime thriller with a good cast and confident direction. It feels all very Fargo-esque in its depiction of small town America filled with losers and dimwits. The narrative has a good drive and the backwards thing works well. In the end we have seen this before and better executed but this movie still entertains and engages. Worth a look for sure.