Leesah Sea’s review published on Letterboxd:
ANNETTE starts off on a truly spectacular note as the cast is there singing and dancing. It's an opening that I'll always think fondly of. The rest of the film is just random scene after scene for the sake of making of film? This felt dreadfully long as there were only a few subsequent scenes (a al the conductor friend becoming a conductor) that I really enjoyed. I can enjoy an abstract film, but I still need to feel some sort of connection with at least one of the characters and that was lacking for me here. The music throughout was great...so there's at least that. Watch the opening and then listen to the soundtrack. You're welcome.