A film that can't quite capitalize on the big names it has in relatively small roles.
Neil Genzlinger - New York Times
An attempted Scorsese-esque crime epic that too often feels like an underdeveloped outline.
Dennis Harvey - Variety
This dollar-store version of a Scorsese crime saga, "For the Love of Money" is consistently as trite as its title.
Kyle Smith - New York Post
Although it's doubtful that film fans walk around lamenting the dearth of Israeli characters in gangster movies, For the Love of Money nonetheless attempts to fill the gap.
Frank Scheck - Hollywood Reporter
It decelerates into an unremarkable good-guys-vs.-bad-guys tale that ends in a glaringly tension-free showdown.
Gary Goldstein - Los Angeles Times
Brent Simon - Shockya.com
Viewers have traveled this road of criminal menace before, only this time it's peppered with more exclamations of 'L'chaim!'
Brent Simon - Shared Darkness
Looks to ape Scorsese but can only muster Corman.
Brian Orndorf - BrianOrndorf.com