Johnson’s debut feature receives an excellent home-video package from Kino.
The film is overrun with characters, but it’s less interested in their identity than their plasticity.
It presents itself as a fair complement to Louie in that both shows concern themselves with refreshingly substantive masculine types.
An artful but soulless stunt in the tradition of Miller's Crossing.
Obsessively detailed and frequently absorbing, the film affects the form and function of a Rube Goldberg machine.