Bill Arceneaux’s review published on Letterboxd :
Utterly deplorable. Horrid melodrama with a time and setting used only for dramatic exploitation. Nothing new is revealed or anything found within us, just people weeping, bickering, coughing and yelling like Nolan's Batman. When you use green screen, cgi smoke and desaturated lighting to indicate fiery conditions, you're telling me how cheap and uncreative you are. Rushed through to ... make a buck? To capitalize on ... that sweet 9/11 nostalgia we all share? Why was this movie made? It came out of a void, unwanted, thrust into existence by natural forces and elements alone. Nobody was at the wheel.
Truther Charlie Sheen is at his Nicolas Cage wannabe worst here, trying to play the cool wise guy but settling for sweaty "let me think out of my skull" mannerisms. Everyone in and behind this should be ashamed.