Bob McCully’s review published on Letterboxd:
Joel Schumacher really let out a loud neon fart here. I
was surprised by how bad this was, barely holding up despite all the elements involved.
I could've sworn the soundtrack was what kept this chugging along but revisiting it I feel like so much of that great music was underused by Schumacher.
Still, for such a grinding trainwreck, it's pretty fun and Jim Carrey delivers a bonkers enough performance to remind you that it's okay to just laugh and have a good time, like who gives a shit, live a little.
Would probably watch again and will probably watch Batman & Robin.