The spiralling plot becomes increasingly academic while it seems to think it's being terribly clever.
David Parkinson, Radio Times
Despite Sewell's laconic ruthlessness, Stephens's steely taciturnity and Byrne's world-weary arrogance, there's an all-round lack of conviction.
Alistair Harkness, Scotsman
The latest attempt to make a British Michael Mann-style crime epic based on a fundamental misunderstanding of what Michael Mann actually does as a filmmaker.
Rich Cline, Contactmusic.com
Sadly, there has been such a glut of gun-packed London crime thrillers, that it simply isn't enough to make one that looks good and has a fierce energy: you need a solidly structured plot that goes somewhere unexpected.
Donald Clarke, Irish Times
Everybody's a supporting player. Nobody finds a trajectory worth following. Everybody is modestly corrupt. Nobody is believably conflicted.
Derek Malcolm, This is London
[A] smartly made but twirly-plotted thriller ...
David Jenkins, Little White Lies
Oh lord, that was a genuinely complex and gripping London-set noir.
Peter Bradshaw, Guardian [UK]
It's a stylish and involving experience, with an intriguing touch of Mike Hodges. Isaac is a film-maker with a future.
Stefan Pape, HeyUGuys
All Things to All Men is relentless and entertaining in its fast paced narrative: a film that allows no respite from beginning to end.
Matthew Turner, ViewLondon
It's ultimately let down by a confusing script and a frustratingly distant approach to its characters.
Andy Lea, Daily Star
Dreary, ridiculous and utterly unfathomable.
Siobhan Synnot, Scotsman
Stylishly shot, but drained of power by flavourless writing.
Andrew Osmond, Empire Magazine
Wants to be Heat, ends up closer to a high-gloss episode of The Bill.
George Bass, Total Film
It's not often you find a crime thriller that doubles as a tourist information video.