Henry Ankhelyi’s review published on Letterboxd:
I don't have a definitive rating of this yet as I'm not sure completely how I feel about it. Incredible on a technical level, with great cinematography (ever since seeing War Dogs I thought Lawrence Sher had a lot of potential) and a very good score, if a little overbearing at times. Really good production design as well and Philips brings some solid direction. But I can't help but feel that it was too surface level and that it didnt dive into the ideas and themes it brought up deeply enough. I might change my mind though so we'll see.