Jordan Woodson’s review published on Letterboxd:
I can not even begin to explain to you how much my little gay ass teared up seeing Brian Tyree Henry and Haaz Sleiman have a romantic kiss on the big screen for a major production like this movie. Thank you Chloe Zhao and Kevin Feige for making that happen. I need to collect my emotions because that was such a beautiful celebration of humanity that I completely vibed with through and through. This is the first MCU movie I've ever given 5 stars to.
However when Sprite breaks the Indian director's camera, I had these two teenage girls behind me going "oh no... the table... it's broken..." and snickered about their "clever" joke for a solid five minutes after that. I'm pretty sure they were just there to see that one man who shall not be named at the end. 🙄