Andrew James’s review published on Letterboxd:
Fun and beautiful and entertaining with smile throughout. But...
The whole movie is just gimmick and after gag after gimmick and they started to become somewhat stale and predictable by the last third or so.
There are lots of wonderful moments and it was a good time in the cinema, but I just wish I cared more. It's not quite funny enough to make it a "wow" experience and there are nearly zero stakes or anything much to care about.
Also - this is the perfect example of why I avoid trailers these days - pretty much one of the biggest, built up moments in the movie was just kind of a waste of time because the reveal was already spoiled in the trailer.