Matt LaFemina’s review published on Letterboxd:
Another painful, boring and overly long Netflix movie from 2020. This film had all the potential in the world and we got this: an incredibly weak narrative where terrible things happen to a lot of people. Such a shame. We knew it was a loaded cast and they delivered. But absolutely nothing to drive the story or get you to keep watching.
On paper, Netflix had a great year in 2020 with so many people stuck at home. But I’m left with a shocking lack of Netflix movies in my top movies of 2020. They recently announced a movie for every week in 2021 so brace yourself for at least 52 mediocre to bad movies this year