Leighton Trent’s review published on Letterboxd:
It's nice to see a movie where you can tell the people on the screen had a good time making the movie. Meryl Streep gets major props for finally getting in a musical like she always wanted. She can deliver both showstoppers and pratfalls. Everybody else seemed to be able to carry a tune (well, except for Brosnan), too. While I enjoyed it somewhat, a far cry from a good musical.