Mathias Larsen’s review published on Letterboxd:
Okayest movie of all-time
This is the movie equivalent to furniture from IKEA, or the McDonald’s Cheeseburger.. if this movie had a son it would be called Mohammed Lee.. this is a new level of mid, it’s actually incredible of mid this movie is.
Is it bad? No.. but also.. yes..
Good actors having good performances? Yup, but that’s about it! Nothing inherently bad, nothing inherently good either, it exists in a space between acceptable and absolutely rotten. It contributes nothing to anything. Another movie in the growing number of movies..
Doesn’t even feel like I’ve watched something.. more like I’ve time traveled about 100 Minutes into the future.