For an independent release, this is higher quality production with an interesting cast that works well together. Vinnie Jones gives a strong and fun performance, Elizabeth Rhom is wonderful as always. I think the most interesting and comic like character would be the one played by Neil Brown Jr. Every scene he is in with Jamie Kennedy is unlike anything I have ever seen. At first I was not sure if I should be uncomfortable or laugh but ended up laughing because Neil is very funny and Jamie is...well it's Jamie Kennedy, he is often an awkward funny and this is no exception.
The film is an action crime comedy that feels like a throw back to a time when films were both fun and funny. A time when those elements mixed together were not the exception. There is action but it is not all blood, guts, gore and profanity, which is probably why it feels like a throw back to me.