Time Out says
It takes the entire day to cruise the strips and slums of Los Angeles in this flashy but plodding road trip–cum–redemption thriller. Milo (Ruspoli) holds the camera for this faux documentary on his druggie brother, Leo (Andrews), who’s saying goodbye to his friends and city while scrounging up $5,000 for a court-ordered rehab stint. Never mind the unreliable Angeleno characters; it’s the director-actor who’s the flakiest, as he’s unable to decide if Fix is a real-time saga of a rebel, a loser or a victim. How many face-lifts can you give a single film?