Hamid’s review published on Letterboxd:
I'm happy to say the action is much more improved here with well-executed choreography that doesn't pull any punches and is not concerned with being realistic; hence, unlike the original, it unleashes a series of set pieces that are creative and last longer. The frequency of such events is also increased. Further, the world is explored more and I like the videogame-ish feeling of it. Overall, it keeps the merits of the original and rights its wrongs. A brilliant sequel.