Adam Sandler's performance is the reason you must see this movie. Despite what people may say about this "dizzying" experience, Sandler becomes his character Howard in every way. The Safdie brothers are fierce filmmakers unwavering from the tone set in their acclaimed, 'Good Time.' Their energy is recognizable and easily polarizing. The biggest difference from 'Good Time' is that Howard, as opposed to Connie, has power and the problems that are catching up to him were created by him. It's a maddening exercise where we witness the American dream unravel into a spiral of deserved misfortune. There are no truly likable characters. The plot is scattered. The score is throbbing and distracting. Yet, the experience as a whole is unforgettable and entertaining. Theres something special about what they bros can conjure on screen. Very excited to see what they create next.