As someone who's seen movies made by / produced by / financed by / backed by the WWE, this was beyond the pale.
It's difficult to even start on the performances of the cast (and I'm sorry Edge / Adam Copeland, but this includes you) because the rest of the film that surrounds him is so surprisingly poor. And to that point, maybe a lot of the blame is to the director and writing. Ugh, there's just so much going wrong here.
bad effects: the guns shots are given light and spark by CGI. Blood is done by CGI
bad thought-out effects sequences (a gun being held / moved / shot by a a low-cost drone).
bad effects cause continuity errors; in one scene a man is stabbed and blood is shown, then after a shot change, the blood is gone.
A few characters are only shown in just one area. Adam Copeland's character spends a lot of his time in the cockpit, which I find strange for the top billed actor of the movie.
The score doesn't match the gravity of what's happening: in one scene a man dies by playing Russian Roulette with himself, and while it's a hokey performance by a Lawrence brother (I think that's who it was), I still don't understand why you'd play such a light, or, comedic score to a man who dies.
Did anyone else notice that Kelsey Grammar needed a haircut? It happens to many men who don't wear long hair. So, the lower back of the head develops ruffled hair that is usually shaved off after a hair cut. And here, it's quite prominent. I just find it odd to have this be a thing.
When Patrick Lamont is pretending to be McGillcutty, the movie plays a funny trope done before, but that I still like. A man who is either new to, or doesn't want to, gamble seems to be on a non stop winning streak. And it doesn't go anywhere. Usually movies use this to wrap up a story, or give a character a win after they lose everything (Like Vegas Vacation with Chevy Chase, where Ethan Embry, Rusty, wins a bunch of cars, and they use them to leave at the end). And the comedy of it never lands, of course. They're trying to make too many jokes.
I think this is a movie that would happen if I thought I could write and produce a movie, and had the means to. I would think of all these ideas and just patch them together and go with it. Just, wow. Anyway, that's all I got for now; I can't wait until they sink their teeth into this.