I enjoyed it (for Daniels and Gleeson more than the story per se) but found it too drama-tastic and annoyingly my 'main man' Comey: the blind sword of no justice.
That 28 day nothningness; with no real explanation of how that came about at such a crucial time but supposedly heavily sought after Comey in reinvestigation, had me going, Oh Billy Ray (hick!) , you're settling for, oh we missed that, perhaps we should do something? WTH! That's it. So, both Comey and Kelly supposedly just forgot and the pestering from the other law agency that were purportedly all over "the c*** Hillary" never pestered either? But we're to believe that the reinvestigation went at top speed and it was just an administration error? And they wonder why conspiracy nuts were and are going crazy in disbelief.
It was confused points that got me with Ray, who clearly, in my opinion, tries to paint Comey as neutral but then slants things further against Trump with godawful foreboding music, melodrama., needless added scenes like Trump's leering and groping at Miss World contestants, pushing away the makeup woman and showing how Comey only really went for Trump in his desperate scribblings and Kelly's push for Russian investigation after Trump had either of them in his sights.
The musings by them about how the FBIi is an immortal kind of being that can and will always exist free of intervention by anyone also had me laughing. All that was missing, was the camp fire, marsh mellows
It's muddled but enjoyable for the leads.
Oh and I liked William (Alexandre dumbass?) Sadler as General (does this beachwear make me look like a wax glow light?) Flynn a lot.