Laura Saladino’s review published on Letterboxd:
Ugh, I can't come up with adequate words, so I'll just say -- this is equally magnificent as it is horrific. The simplicity in plot allows for smaller moments to be made more suspenseful and meaningful, which is new for Nolan. And great.
I can understand why people don't like some of his work (he likes his complicated stories) but I just don't see what there would be to dislike about this.