Johnny Barrett’s review published on Letterboxd:
I kept saying to this movie "Yes, I get the symbolism and the points you're trying to make. And now..." and I got no response. Generally, these are the kinds of movies that irritate me the most: ones that take their sweet time to make points that are not nearly as profound or original as they think they are. Even at the time and place this was made, I'm sure there were other directors making more exciting or shocking commentaries on the stifling nature of the modern working man's life, and their definitely have been better movies around people's inherent want or desire for violence. I don't need to watch a guy cook dinner and play with a gun for an hour and a half with an obvious conclusion to understand points like these; other people have done it better. Next.