Justin Decloux’s review published on Letterboxd:
I think one of the greatest fears people have in life is the possibility of being wrong and looking like a fool. It's no wonder that a film showcasing how one of pop-culture's most popular heroes turns out to be both those things would garner such venom from a beffudled audience. If their hero is a fool, does that mean they are a fool as well? And in the film, the hero doesn't redeem himself by killing a bunch of bad guys and being a badass, but by walking the path of peace? That's just another form of admitting your wrong! Where would we all be as individuals if we did that!!!???
Also, there are two references to Terry Gilliam's BRAZIL within a few minutes. Heaven.