Nolan Lampson’s review published on Letterboxd:
Aesthetically, Wong Kar-Wai's Metropolis coated with bursting colors and seamless futuristic design and mise-en-scene. Beautiful, extravagant, timeless, and his most visually striking work. Comparable to being zapped inside a rainbow circuit-board, the wonders of the world awaiting you.
Narratively, a precious and sentimental series of voice-overs and conversations that entrance and excite, entertain and exhaust, engross and engulf, all at once for two straight hours.
(it doesn't even touch In the Mood for Love, but what even does, so)