The Guardian calls it "disappointing". The Hollywood Reporter says "plot improbabilities begin to mount as high as an escalating body count, ending with a whimper of a disappointingly slack payoff." Variety calls it "A so-so heist-gone-awry thriller".
Empire Online concludes, "Whilst applauding the old school ambitions of this classic style of crime caper, there's not enough quality in plot, script or character to make it hold together." Roten Tomatoes has a critics score of 39%.